7 Fashion Weeks Looks You Can Wear Right Now

By Kait Clark | February 17, 2017 | Style & Beauty

NYFW is over, but you don’t have to wait until fall/winter to wear the hot trends you just saw. We’ve rounded up seven looks we saw on the runways that you can wear right now.

Bell Sleeves at Alice + Olivia

Alice and Olivia bell sleeves.

Bell sleeves are making a comeback in a huge way. Although many designers capitalized on the trend, Alice + Olivia’s take was simultaneously modern and sultry. The peek-a-boo top and bell sleeves take a look from office to evening in a snap.

Bold Prints at Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin.

Dramatic, colorful, and bold prints at Rosie Assoulin are a safe bet to wear now through winter 2017—the more daring, the better. This colorful floral print on white would work well for spring.

Tailored Blazers at Prabal Gurung

Prabal Gurung.

Waist-cinching, structured blazers are no longer just for working girls. Every fashionista from Victoria Beckham to Gigi Hadid is rocking the workwear look, and you should, too.

Statement Tops at Public School

Public School.

Statement tops were everywhere this NYFW, and Public School’s graphic tees took a pro-NYC stance. Take a cue and make a point with lettered tees, or pair bold graphics with a bomber jacket—perfect for the in-between-weather we’ve got coming up.

Sheer Tops at Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler.

Sheer tops are here to stay, as evidenced by Proenza Schouler’s latest line. Take a turn for the sultry by putting your sheer center stage, or go classic by wearing a sleek black blazer over top and letting it subtly peek through.

High-Slit Skirts at Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind.

High-slit skirts are having a 2017 moment. For now, balance the look with a cropped sweater for a chic silhouette.

Turtlenecks at Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs.

Marc took a style from his own FW 2017 line and turned a usually fussy turtleneck cool with tailored jeans and eye-catching jewelry. Try a short-sleeved version come spring.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images (PUBLIC SCHOOL); Randy Brooke/WireImage (ROSIE ASSOULIN; PRABAL GURUNG; ALICE + OLIVIA); Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images (PROENZA SCHOULER; CREATURES OF THE WIND); Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs (MARC JACOBS)

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7 Fashion Weeks Looks You Can Wear Right Now

By Kait Clark | February 17, 2017 | Style & Beauty

NYFW is over, but you don’t have to wait until fall/winter to wear the hot trends you just saw. We’ve rounded up seven looks we saw on the runways that you can wear right now.

Bell Sleeves at Alice + Olivia

Alice and Olivia bell sleeves.

Bell sleeves are making a comeback in a huge way. Although many designers capitalized on the trend, Alice + Olivia’s take was simultaneously modern and sultry. The peek-a-boo top and bell sleeves take a look from office to evening in a snap.

Bold Prints at Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin.

Dramatic, colorful, and bold prints at Rosie Assoulin are a safe bet to wear now through winter 2017—the more daring, the better. This colorful floral print on white would work well for spring.

Tailored Blazers at Prabal Gurung

Prabal Gurung.

Waist-cinching, structured blazers are no longer just for working girls. Every fashionista from Victoria Beckham to Gigi Hadid is rocking the workwear look, and you should, too.

Statement Tops at Public School

Public School.

Statement tops were everywhere this NYFW, and Public School’s graphic tees took a pro-NYC stance. Take a cue and make a point with lettered tees, or pair bold graphics with a bomber jacket—perfect for the in-between-weather we’ve got coming up.

Sheer Tops at Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler.

Sheer tops are here to stay, as evidenced by Proenza Schouler’s latest line. Take a turn for the sultry by putting your sheer center stage, or go classic by wearing a sleek black blazer over top and letting it subtly peek through.

High-Slit Skirts at Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind.

High-slit skirts are having a 2017 moment. For now, balance the look with a cropped sweater for a chic silhouette.

Turtlenecks at Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs.

Marc took a style from his own FW 2017 line and turned a usually fussy turtleneck cool with tailored jeans and eye-catching jewelry. Try a short-sleeved version come spring.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images (PUBLIC SCHOOL); Randy Brooke/WireImage (ROSIE ASSOULIN; PRABAL GURUNG; ALICE + OLIVIA); Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images (PROENZA SCHOULER; CREATURES OF THE WIND); Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs (MARC JACOBS)

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