Style Inspiration: NYFW Street Style FW15

Feb 17, 2015

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Fashion month has officially kicked off in New York City and based on the images gathered below, it looks quite chilly. All the more intrigued I am to see how the fashionable dress for the weather. And I’m not surprised that they know how to make warm and chic work beautifully well together. While some days offered rays of sunshine in the frigid temps, others offered picturesque snowflakes that no doubt are preferred to be enjoyed as a viewer, not a participant.

From playful stocking caps to layered large lapeled coats cinched at the waist, boots over knees and fur trimmed accessories, the ideas of style abound. Have fun perusing for ideas as you pull your winter outdoor wear together.



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~Style Inspiration Posts from the Archives:

~NYFW Fall 2014 – Street Style & More

~NYFW Spring 2014 – Street Style

~The Shift to Fall


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5 thoughts on “Style Inspiration: NYFW Street Style FW15

  1. Oh dear… I’m afraid the only outfit that looks right to my eyes is the navy jacket with blue lapel and monogrammed bucket bag. Everyone else looks like they got dressed in Carrie Bradshaw’s closet. The winter whites are quite crisp, though, and this sherpa-lined jacket trend is interesting. Thanks, as ever, for the wonderful post!

  2. Wow, It DOES look cold! Great photos and it’s fun to see how these ladies are expressing their style AND staying warm:) I always enjoy the layers of the season and the whites and faux fur are so chic. I’m seeing a lot of over-the-knee boots and love them (have a pair and worn them a lot this season). The first image is pretty. I like the fringe on her sweater and the jacket is darling. j

  3. Love the first coat with the high knitted collar–it looks like it could keep one warm in those sub-zero temperatures.

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