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5 NYFW Looks to Inspire Your Fall Wardrobe

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UNL chapter.


For some people, New York Fashion Week is like a Christmas that just happens to come around four times a year. Not only do your eyes get to feast on the Spring/Summer lines, Fashionista’s come out to play and kill the street style game. Here are 5 NYFW looks to incorporate into your fall wardrobe:


1. The Band Tee

Word of advice: NEVER throw away your band t-shirts. This season proves you’ll never known when you’ll want to break them out again. Layer them under jackets or over a turtleneck and you’ll be ready for the cool weather.

2. Slip Dress Perfection

Slip dresses are no longer meant to be hidden. Don’t be shy and break those babies out in full force. Whether you’re using it as a layering piece or just keeping it simple, your favorite slip is now your favorite fall dress.


3. Pajama Time

Wearing your pajamas in public is not only a lazy girl’s dream come true, but this season it’s also extremely chic. Pair a silk button up with a pair of jeans and loafers and you have yourself the perfect Sunday afternoon outfit.



4. Florals for Fall


 “The Devil Wears Prada” taught all fashionistas that florals weren’t exactly “groundbreaking,” but fall florals are changing that. this fall is all about feminine trends like floral and light colors.

5. Velour Everywhere  

Velvet is one of the biggest trends of the fall and it shouldn’t be ruled out anywhere, especially on your feet.  This cobalt pop of color catches your eye and gives this outfit some luster.

New York or Nebraska, these looks are perfect for this fall season. Recycle some of your favorites like your band t’s and your slip dress, throw on a jacket and stay cool. 

Bailey M. Ernst, Nebraska native, student at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln, but always itching for adventure. I am always clicking a camera and I always have a Vogue in my purse. I believe in the good in the world and hope to bring that through in my art.