NYFW Street Style Day 7: To New York, With Love

Photo by Charles Caesar

And now, we rest

We did it. We made it through another New York Fashion Week with our sanity intact and inspiration for weeks. The bags under our eyes are worth it. Between all the metallics on the runway to the parties that made us feel like celebrities, this season was one for the books. Is it just us, or was this one of the least fussy fashion weeks? Perhaps it has something to do with keeping everything downtown. Perhaps it has something to do with the team mentality that vibed throughout the streets. Either way, it's over, our feet hurt, and a weekend of self-love and TLC awaits. Oh yes, sweatpants are most definitely in order. But first, a beret purchase because that was most definitely the accessory to have this season. New York, we love you. See you next season!

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Photo by Charles Caesar

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