NYFW Street Style | Winter Inspiration

Catherine’s five favorite blogger looks from NYFW

Amidst the frightful weather in Manhattan, a who’s who of the fashion world has flocked once again to the style capital for a week of shows, parties and everything sartorial. Some of us are watching the shows broadcast live on brands’ respective sites; some of us still can’t pronounce Hervé Léger. Regardless of our relationship with high fashion, we can find inspiration in the increasingly popular street style snaps of editors and stylists alike. Read on for some of our favorite winter looks from our blogger staples.


Wendy Nguyen | Wendy’s Lookbook

Luxe Layers. Braving the cold doesn’t have to mean wearing a bulky overcoat (though don’t underestimate the power of a great winter coat!). Take a cue from Wendy by piling on strategic layers that keep your warm weather wardrobe functioning.



Samantha Hutchinson | Could I Have That?

A little edge, a little texture. Samantha has a way of making a woven sweater badass by pairing with leather and cool shades.



Blair Eadie | Atlantic-Pacific

All Black Chic. Monochrome is not boring when done right, and the mastermind behind Atlantic-Pacific has a talent for making a knit beanie high fashion.


CAPTION: Damsel in Dior.

Jacey Duprie | Damsel in Dior

Winter is in the details. I love the ability of cold-weather accessories not just as functional but as a way to add color and personality to your outfit. What’s more elegant than a well-tied scarf?


PHOTO: 9 to 5 Chic.


Anh Sundstrom | 9 to 5 Chic

(Faux) Fur Is Always A Good Idea. There is nothing more luxurious than fur or the idea of it. Throw it over an otherwise standard outfit, and minimal jewelry is required to feel fully dressed up.


Who’s wearing your favorite look on the streets of NYFW?



Catherine Abalos is founder and editor of The Single Diaries.

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