Day 3: NYFW Outfit & Show Recaps
I've been really inspired by the street style looks that I've seen during NYFW. I love the brightness and personality everyone brings, but most importantly, the street style. Pairing more feminine items with casual pieces like this Rhipped sweatshirt not only make sure that you stay comfy, but also create the perfect juxtaposition. They match, but they don't. I think this catches the essence of what NYFW street style is. I need to give a shoutout to Rhipped because without them, this look was a no go! They sent me tis sweatshirt last second for the shows and I'm so appreciative for that! Thank you! Shop the whole look below.
This show was slightly different than I was used to or had seen before. This show wasn't a presentation or on a runway, it took place at the Gotham Comedy Club. While I think this made it difficult for many to get a solid photo, I give them an A for trying to be different!
The collection was full of floral prints and flowing layers. I loved watching the evening pieces walk down the runway! I saw a lot of velvet textures and low backs. I wish I had some sort of event to go to where I had to wear a low back oxblood velvet dress!
I liked how the designer combined feminine silhouettes with masculine ones. There was a solid combination of pants/blazers and dresses/skirts. The collection as a whole was interesting and is definitely made for luxury events and consumers.
Overall, I thought the Yuna Yang experience was pretty cool! They finished off the sow with a live performance while the models took their last stand on stage. I like how the designer thought outside of the box in terms of presentation.
This show was by far one of my favorites of the week! The collection was full of lace and street style layers that I felt I needed in my closet immediately. The lace pieces were done perfectly and I love how she layered the delicate pieces with things like corduroy jackets or bomber jackets.
There were so many items that I would 100% wear regularly, especially when it came to the jackets. The looks were so chic yet had a certain pop to give variance. The mix between heavy and light materials helped to balance out the show.
Bold colors took center stage periodically and I think that helped to keep the show "awake" if you will. These pops of color kept things moving and visually interesting.
Overall, I was obsessed with this show and so happy I got the opportunity to see it! I want so many of her pieces in my own closet.