Whether you go to Fashion Week in New York, London or Paris, one thing’s for sure: there’s no shortage of outfit inspiration. And with New York Fashion Week just done, there are lots of exciting and out-there outfits to see. The only problem is, can you actually wear them in real life? It goes without saying, some of the street style outfits are better in pictures. Luckily for us, there are some looks that translate into very wearable fall ensembles. Here are seven outfits New York Fashion Week to copy.

Black leather skirts and white teas

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If you like bold and striking minimalism, step it up a notch with a figure-flattering black leather skirt and an every day basic tee. 

Plaid jackets and straw bags

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Summer might be over, but it’s not too late to carry your favorite straw bag with you. 

Bold prints and pastel pants

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This combo is definitely not for the faint of heart, but if you have a fun, bold top, it can be overbearing for the rest of your outfit. But if you pair it with a light-hearted color, like these pastel pink pants, it keeps everything looking fresh and current. 

Maxi dresses and cowgirl boots

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Don’t put away your favorite maxi dress just yet. Slip on a pair of cowgirl boots (and even blazer for cooler temps) for a stylish outfit.

Keep it simple

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An oversized, classic white shirt looks perfectly cool and effortless over black shorts or a pencil skirt. If you want to add a little color to this outfit, slip on some flashy shoes and you’re good to go. 

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