After an intense week pouring our hearts and souls into New York Fashion Week, it's about time we actually enjoyed a few of the high-end trends we've been covering.
Even if your NFYW knowledge isn't quite at a Vogue reading level, it doesn't take Anna Wintour to point out that fringe was the most prominent feature from the spring 2016 catwalks. But that's not to say that cutesy clutches weren't popular as well—hello, have you seen Kate Spade?!
Newbie designers don't always hit the mark with their debut NYFW shows. Although, not all newbie designers are Lauren Conrad. The Hills alum set the bar sky-high with her first-ever runway presentation, to the point that we immediately flocked to Kohl's to stock up on all of her latest goods. On the flip side, you know what to expect from an established line like Oscar de la Renta (which is, ahem, nothing short of mesmerizing). No, we can't afford to go out and splurge on the collection, but we can enjoy it from afar.
Now, don't be shy folks: You can absolutely try these trends at home!
LC Lauren Conrad Runway Collection Lace Open-Back Jumpsuit, $56
"Immediately after attending Lauren Conrad's NYFW show last Friday—which was positively dreamy, by the way—I rushed back to my hotel so I could log on a buy everything. Well, OK I wish. Instead I settled on my top three gotta have pieces which were the velvet skirt, pink pants, and my favorite item in the entire collection: This ultra-ladylike lace jumpsuit."—Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor
Monrow Fringe Maxi Skirt, $135
"Sorry designers, but I've been on board with the fringe trend for a long time now. Still, I'm happy that its coming back in a big way for spring, so I can repurpose a few of my favorite old accessories (hello, fringe purse!). Now that fringe is bigger than ever before though, I'm branching out and adding it into my wardrobe in an even bolder way with this gorgeous Monrow skirt. Serena Williams sported a similar version from her HSN runway collection, which got me inspired to get this skirt."—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor
Kate Spade New York Blaze a Trail Fox Clutch, $298
"I've been on accessories patrol since the start of New York Fashion Week, and nothing is getting me more excited than kitschy face clutches in springtime hues for next season. But for now, I'm toting Kate Spade's adorable, almost cuddly Fox Clutch, which satisfies the face-on-bag trend while keeping the color scheme for fall. Plus, does anyone do handheld better than KSNY? Judging by the brand's spring 2016 presentation (rife with ice cream bags and honey bee totes), not a chance."—Nicole Adlman, Style Writer
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2016 Collection
"I look at pretty much every single outfit that comes down the runway for NYFW, and this season has been stunning! There are about a thousand dresses that I desperately need of course, but of them all, this is the look that could tempt me to sell my kittens into a contract at Paramount."—Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor