5 NYFW Trends To Wear To The Office


Now that NYFW has ended, trends are being identified and we’re all trying to figure out how to wear these high-fashion looks IRL. To save some time and worry, here are a few key trends that are super easy to replicate in the workplace.


The Victorian age has been influencing collections for a couple years now, and it’s becoming more modernized with each year. This season, the ruffles were seen on everything from tops to dresses to even pants.

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Madewell Studio Ruffle Hem Silk Top

Chelsea28 Ruffle Crop Pants

Vince Camuto Ruffle Sheath Dress

Fur Collars

There was fur on just about everything this season, including collars. Statement coats with fur collars were seen in every color and size.

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Lauren Ralph Lauren

Dorothy Perkins Faux Fur Collar Coat

Dorothy Perkins Coat with Faux Fur Collar

Pink and Red

The pink and red combo is one trend that seems to be sticking even after a couple years. While some may shy away from combining two very similar hues, the look is actually becoming quite popular.

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M Missoni Sleeveless Colorblock Rib-Stitched Dress

DVF Colorblock Intarsia Dress

AKRIS PUNTO Colorblock Wool Top

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Unexpected Leopard Print

Leopard print is not always tacky. The designers this season showed us that the animal print can be rather chic when worn the proper way – perhaps in red.

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Leith Longline Leopard Print Coat

J.Crew Cheetah Print Merino Wool Sweatshirt

Amuse Society Don’t Be a Cheetah Satin Top

Floor-Length Florals

Midi and Maxi dresses dominated the collections this year, and almost all of them were covered, head-to-toe, in florals. This is probably one of the easier trends to replicate.

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Eliza J Chiffon Maxi Dress

Love Like Summer X Billabong Floral Print Maxi Dress

City Chic Rose Play Maxi Dress