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Neutral Is The New Black

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Finally toning it down a little

On the fourth day of NYFW, attendees pivoted toward neutral tones with the occasional pop of color that caught our eyes. The collective coat game has remained so strong, and has me wishing my closet was at least four times larger to fit all the new outerwear I want to snag.

Below, we've rounded up some of the best street style from day four.

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Varying textures liven up a neutral look.

Hot pink leopard print is a neutral, right? (JK).

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Look, ma, it's me!

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This caramel-colored coat and bag tone down the blue coordinating set in the best way.

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Oil slick is the new gray.

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Don't come near me, or else.

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So many gorgeous details: Those sewn-on coins? The spray-painted heel? Perfection.

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This metallic jacket is definitely an attention-grabber.

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Might not be a neutral, but this muted lilac jacket is so pretty.

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I'm going to need a link to this bag, stat.

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Friends don't let friends forget trends.

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Leopard print is a neutral.

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I'm living for these shades of olive.

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Cow print is making a comeback.

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NYLON fashion and beauty editor Jenna Igneri is rocking this gorgeous inky-blue puffer.

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Excuse me, but I want that sheer trucker jacket. Gimme.

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Okay, I know I said neutrals were the name of the game, but these mixing patterns are too good to miss.

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Can't keep it toned down? A pop of lime will do.

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Like I said, dashes of green change the look entirely.

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Don't have any green? Red will do just fine.

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Or a good color-blocked jacket will incorporate a splash of color nicely!

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