What could be more perfectly timed with the arrival of fall than the rising popularity of the midi? While we’ve been dabbling with dropped hems throughout the spring and summer seasons, the street style scene at New York Fashion Week celebrated the official inauguration of dresses and skirts in longer lengths; nearly every style influencer of note could be spotted sporting the look.
Nowadays New York Fashion Week is just as much about street style as it is about the looks coming down the runway. Last week, denim abounded, embraced in excess by women all over the city; denim worn with a white tee or oxford, or paired with a leather jacket — a nod to classic all-American style; Canadian tuxedos co-opted by the chic elite; mixed washes reconstructed and patched together for outfits that are remarkably put-together. From how to pull off the perfect front tucked top to the best ways to update your favorite pair of skinnies, this fall we’re taking notes from some of NYFW’s stand out street snaps.
Classic style and artistic flair and come together perfectly in this versatile skirt by Triste. Summery strokes of green give way to fall’s most on-trend colors: rich eggplant and slate blue hues, making this a great anchor piece for any transitional outfit. Add the Patchwork Paint Skirt to your closet to pull style inspiration from our 3 looks below.