STREET STYLE: FASHION WEEK FALL 2019 EDITION
Phil Oh is a name to remember. He is the quintessential street style photographer for Vogue. I love taking my time the post fashion weeks to comb through street style pics /my favorite runway shows.
This year’s fashion week did not disappoint. The street style was different than year’s past by means of anything goes. Seriously everything. From athleisure to menswear and a hybrid of them both- creativity was key this season.
A mix of all decades past with loose to tailored fitted pants make this an exciting time for fashion. You can’t mess up! Plus, individuality is en vogue.
For this FW write-up, I chose my favorite looks from each New York, Milan, and London. All three looks I found an incredibly affordable dupes. This way our so readers could channel these pieces without stressing. Also, once you are done reading this post I created a Pinterest board here for inspo and all things FW Fall Collections 2019.
Neutrals with a pop of color made this ensemble one of my favorites. The pop of orange takes this what would be minimal outfit to fab. Not that minimal doesn’t have its place. My wardrobe on most days is just that, but it is nice to have a little fun once in a while. Plus, I found a dupe for the $700 Theory skirt she is wearing.
Maybe it’s the east coast in me, but I fucking love a good leopard print. It never fails to make the rotation every few years. I have pieces I refuse to get rid of because I know sooner or later they are coming back. I found great dupes for this one.
I featured this photo as last week’s inspo for The Barton Edit, our weekly newsletter. I love how colorful these looks were. Especially due to the fact that London fashion week was a sea of khaki and muted tones.
Enjoyed this post? Here are a few other of my past write-ups of street style and all things fashion week.