NYFW Street Style Trend Highlights

Well style lovers, it's February and we all know what that means: Fashion month is officially amoung us. It's such a magical time of year watching our future wardrobes unfold before our very eyes, and even more so when the streets are just as chic as the runways. With a mighty snow storm taking over New York City, you would think this would put off any high fashion street style antics. Think again folks. From the chicest puffer coats to chunky snow boots, all of our layered winter dressing goals have showed up a year early, and it's only the first week! Here's some of our favourite trends we spotted across the snowy streets of Manhatten.

ARE YOU FAUX REAL?

Let's face it, faux fur will never fade and with all these incredible shapes, colours and sizes, it would be crazy to not let these cruelty free beauties shine during a snow storm.

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EMBROIDER IT

We all knew that embroidery would be a major thing this year, but this is how you work it in even the worst weather conditions

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GET POLITICAL

It appears the fashion industry isn't holding back when it comes to expressing its political views on Feminism, Trump, immigration rights and diversity this week. And long may it continue!

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BFF COORDINATION

If ever was a time to ditch your boy and grab your BFF this is it. Girls who slay together, stay together.

COLOUR ME HAPPY

You would never think that black would be the secondary choice with the fash pack but this season it's go big, go bright and have fun.

SUPERSIZE IT

Be it faux fur, tailored or puffed, in jacket, jumper or scarf form, XXXL is all you need to stay warm and look chic on the snowy streets.

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Header Image by [@streetstylegallery] (https://www.instagram.com/p/BQWD2gFhYGI/)

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Sheri Scott, also known as the orange hair and glasses behind leading Scottish based fashion and lifestyle blog, Forever Yours Betty.
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