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NYFW Street Style Ended With An Array Of Patterns

Fashion Week

The limit does not exist when it comes to pattern mixing

New York Fashion Week has once again come and gone, but the styles we saw all over attendees will hold us over until next season. Attendees brought out all their patterned clothes and accessories, and the mixes and layers did not disappoint. Apparently, one can never have enough zebra, especially when it comes in multiple shades of chic.

ICYMI, slime green is still here, but we're slowly starting to substitute in chartreuse, so all your brightest 'fits will only see a subtle—but definitely good—shift. Below, we've rounded up the best street style from the final day of NYFW SS20, which has plenty of inspo to keep your 'fits fresh until next time around.


Photo by Matthew Sperzel

This monochrome texture mixing is *chef's kiss*.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Slime green for life.

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The bigger the patterns, the better the mix.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

The best remix of the Canadian Tuxedo I've seen all week.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Hair clips aren't just for your hair, as this perfect pseudo-brooch just proved.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Chartreuse is our favorite new slime substitute.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Zebra is the new leopard.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

You can never have too many patterned bangles.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Friends coordinate their zebra 'fits.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Simple, but still regal AF.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

Plaid mesh over plaid is my kind of trippy mix.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

All eyes on this bag (literally).

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If the impressionists designed a zebra look.

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Where can I find this crown?

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The chain choker really pulls together this look.

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I stan a statement bag.

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Classic and chic.

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Scarf prints and florals, all in one glorious dress.

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Your denim skirt of yesteryear has reached peak form.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

I spy NYLON fashion editor Jenna Igneri looking like a cute picnic princess.

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Whimsical and fresh.

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I'm pretty sure these patterns were cosmically meant to be paired together.

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I heart NY almost as much as I heart this look.

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No pattern left behind.

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Hot pink and lime green? Legendary.

Photo by Matthew Sperzel

It's never too early to break out your favorite velvet.

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