We Styled A Girl in Streetwear | PAQ Ep#33 | A Show About Streetwear
33 Styling Tricks to Steal from the Fall Runways
One of the hard truths about Fashion Week is that as much as we’d love to snatch full looks right off of models’ backs, few of us are going to be walking around in head-to-toe Chloé or Dior anytime soon. But while the price of the pieces themselves might be prohibitive, there’s nothing stopping us from riffing off a particularly cool runway outfit with clothes and accessories we already own (and, OK, maybe a few new-season buys we can actually afford).
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The catwalk (or presentation as the case may be) is where designers first present their vision for the season, which often means they’ve styled the looks in interesting ways that might not make it all the way down to department-store floors or e-commerce images. As such, it’s usually an excellent resource for thosehey, why didn’t I think of that?ideas that take an outfit from just OK to so-good-you-have-to-leave-the-house-immediately.
Click or scroll through the gallery for 33 styling ideas to inspire you this coming season—and feel free to bookmark the page for a few months down the line when you start to feel yourself sinking into a cold-weather fashion rut.
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If anyone can make the fanny pack cool again, it's Phoebe Philo, and her version this season—a classic black leather pouch—has us feeling tempted to swap out our belt for something with a little more storage space.
Ankle-length outerwear can feel a little stuffy, but not when it's worn with your shortest mini.
Silk slip dresses: good with sandals, great with sneakers, unexpectedly awesome with knee-high boots.
Way more glamorous than any evening gown, a luxe duster coat and printed wide-leg pants will make you look like the most interesting person at the party.
A wacky thrift-store knit is the perfect topper for this season's hodgepodge print mixing.
Wear a zip-up sweater over, rather than under, a pair of overalls if you don't want them to be confused with regular old pants (bo-ring!).
Supersize hoodies—sans pants—have become standard going-out attire for Kylie's crew, but we like them even more layered over a long sheer skirt or dress.
Consider this your permission slip to pile on the pearls this season.
Mesh sleeves are a great early-season alternative to a thermal layering top.
You too can be #STYLEDbyMonicaRose this season—or at least look like it—by wearing your jacket shrugged low off your shoulders. Impractical? Perhaps. But so much more conducive to showing off what's underneath.
That off-the-shoulder crop top you've been getting so much mileage out of this summer doesn't have to get stowed away till next year—with a little clever layering, it can breathe new life into a plain long-sleeve dress.
Top your party dress with a leather jacket and tiara, and, in the immortal words of Drake, turn your birthday into a lifestyle.
The last time a skirt suit looked this cool was when Michelle Pfeiffer rocked one as Elvira in "Scarface." With a hoodie rather than a wide-brim hat, however, the vibe is infinitely more 2019.
A lace-up vest is less Renaissance Faire, more rock-star-in-training in the able hands of Kym Ellery. Follow her lead, and you can get the look, too.
Proof that you can anchor just about anything with blue jeans—including your fanciest, special-occasions-only silk jacket.
A pantsuit in a muted color—dusty pink, warm beige, slate gray—deserves a jolt of energy, best delivered via an electric-yellow top.
Is it time we considered the sash? This look at Claudia Li makes a strong argument for the asymmetrical accessory.
You know that old adage about taking off one accessory before leaving the house? Yeah, you can ignore that—especially if Loewe has anything to say about it. If you have an adjustable cuff bracelet (or a particularly tiny arm), try wearing it up above the elbow.
Sling a belt low over your hips and throw on a pair of Vans to give a loose-fitting jumpsuit a skater vibe, no Thrasher tee required.
Now that you've mastered the silk neck scarf and bandana for summer, swap 'em out for a skinny, floor-skimming knit version for some added drama.
What's better than one '90s trend making a comeback? How about two '90s trends—chiffon blouses and tube tops—paired together?
Mix business with pleasure by pairing a voluminous silk top with office-friendly gray slacks.
Sure, you could try to find a nude bra to wear under that semisheer new top—or your could play up the glitz with a metallic bandeau.
Let a half-tucked shirt peek out under a sweater for a look that's off-kilter in a good way.
Give your girliest florals a little bite with a loud, guitar-strap bag (which, BTW, you're about to be seeing everywhere).
Cutouts don't have to be synonymous withKardashian—on a crewneck sweater, they can be an opportunity for a pop of print underneath.
Another solution to a majorly holey piece? Throw a dress over it.
It's true: Capelets have gotten cute again, and for the first chilly nights of the season, they're an unexpected alternative to a jacket or knit scarf.
Undo the buttons at the cuff of an oversized shirt and let your sleeves do their thing.
Why is it that an oversized infinity scarf looks so much more elegant slung over a single shoulder?
Stack colorful bracelets halfway to your elbow. Repeat.
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