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Print mixing was definitely this season's zaniest street-style trend — the only rules to pulling off this style? More is more and brighter is best.
Print Mixing: Print mixing was definitely this season's zaniest street-style trend — the only rules to pulling off this style? More is more and brighter is best.Daniel Zuchnik—Getty Images
Print mixing was definitely this season's zaniest street-style trend — the only rules to pulling off this style? More is more and brighter is best.
Jenna Lyons and Courtney Crangi mixed and matched a floral pajama set to perfection.
Street Style - September 2016 New York Fashion Week - Day 1
Monochromatic: Head-to-toe colorways reigned on the street-style scene this season. Bold hues and sleek silhouettes ensure that this trend will help you stand out, no matter what the occasion.
An edgy all-black look gave rocker vibes at the shows.
An all-white ensemble felt fresh, not prim, thanks to a playful leopard print handbag and voluminous silhouettes.
Layering shirts with dresses: This season brought the return of the shirt-dress combo. Give the beloved '90s look an update by pairing a crisp white tee with a dress in this season's whimsical shades and prints.
Elaine Welteworth gave her silky slip dress an edge with a leather jacket and mirrored sunnies.
Caroline Issa took this trend in a bohemian direction with a flowy maxi dress and flat sandals.
Voluminous Blouses: Flowing sleeves and pneumatic bodices were trending hard outside of the shows. The key to pulling off a puffy shirt and not looking like Jerry Seinfeld in the pirate blouse? Play with the proportions of the rest of your look.
Street Style - September 2016 New York Fashion Week - Day 4
Street Style - September 2016 New York Fashion Week - Day 1
Embellished Denim: Denim is a fashion girl's staple, durable and insouciantly chic. This season, it gets a rebellious update with embellishment, patches, and embroidery for a look that's both sweet and daring.
Alessandra Codinha's floral high-waisted Levi were casual chic at its best.
Sarah Owen's dark blue Canadian tuxedo got a playful update with colorful splashes of "paint" embellishment.
Print Mixing: Print mixing was definitely this season's zaniest street-style trend — the only rules to pulling off this
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See the 5 Best Street-Style Trends From New York Fashion Week

Sep 13, 2016

New York Fashion Week kicks off a month of fashion shows that will take place in London, Milan, and Paris, but for spectators and industry insiders alike, the first week in the Big Apple is the most exciting.

But not all the action is happening on the runways; in fact, looking to the style on the streets can be an even greater indicator of where trends will be at for the next season in real time, on women in the street.

Here, we've rounded up the top five best trends we spotted from people walking outside of the shows at NYFW.

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