How Not to Look Like a Tourist in New York City

How Not to Look Like a Tourist in New York City

NYFW is truly a space for all. If going all-out isn’t your thing,
don’t feel like you have to change your aesthetic just to get noticed!

After carefully planning my outfits,
I’m happy to report that I ended up wearing almost none of my pre-planned ensembles.

This year maximalism has become popular in the street style and home decor spheres,
I am paring down my closet to basics, down to style a few neutrals into a sleek, versatile ‘fit.
Sheer lace is a year-round wardrobe essential. Styling a femme mini dress with over knee-high boots makes for an edgy-yet-sweet combo every time.

Ribbed knit and a straight-leg jeans is the ideal off-duty look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 




Wrap silky dress is a year-round wardrobe essential.
A pair of black pumps makes it feel more warm-weather appropriate.

There’s just something about a party dress paired with a classic Dior blazer that never gets old.

When in doubt, pair with distressed straight-leg jeans with a cropped turtleneck shirt.
It’s a match made in fashion heaven.

A midi silk dress makes it look like you put a ton of effort into your look, even if you didn’t.

Featured Items

Zella Blazer | Gelato Heels | Nadeen Mini Dress | Isadora Mini Dress

 


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