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Street Style, New York Fashion Week 2014

Jennifer Cooper, E!

Take it outside, ladies!

We're talking about the killer street style off the runway at New York Fashion Week, of course. The curbside outfits haven't disappointed, and if we didn't know any better we might confuse the sidewalk with the catwalk.

The first trend we've noticed? Menswear, with Jackie Swerz leading the pack styling a tuxedo-esque blazer over a feminine ruffled dress. Leaning towards the ultra-feminine end of the spectrum is Naya Dem in a navy fit-and-flare dress with a white zipper detail.

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The '70s have also made a comeback, with fringe and jumpsuits popping up everywhere. We're talking Carlita's groovy all-white ensemble and Felicity Sargent's boho-chic black frock. There's one common thread that strings these sartorial looks together though—a monochromatic color scheme.

For even more street style from New York Fashion Week, check out the gallery below!

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