5 Vintage-Inspired Looks We’re Wearing To NYFW

It’s that most wonderful time of the year. That’s right, we’re less than three weeks away from New York Fashion Week, and — no shocker here — we’re already planning our outfits. And because every woman can benefit from having her friends weigh in, we’re giving you a preview of five tent-worthy looks we put together using some of our favorite standout vintage pieces — set against the iconic Lincoln Center backdrop, no less. 

The best part? You can shop them all right over atR29 Shops with plenty of time to style your own NYFW ensemble…and practice for the street-style photogs. We don’t know about you but we’ve never been this prepared.

 

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Overalls, $70, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Blouse, $40, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Blazer, $70, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with Friend of Mine clutch, Alessandro Oterishoes, and House of Harlow 1960 sunglasses.

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Feathered Brooch, $48, available at R29 Shops.

3

Chanel Logo Sweatshirt, $140, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Gap Skirt, $70, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Earrings, $45, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with DKNY socks, TopShop shoes, Friend of Mineclutch.

4

Oscar de la Renta Dress, $150, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with House of Harlow 1960 sunglasses, BDGvest, Camilla Skovgaard bag, and TopShop Shoes.

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Vintage Monet Coin Necklace, $55, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Pendant Necklace, $44, available at R29 Shops.

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Vintage Cropped Sweater, $45, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Striped Blouse, $40, available at R29 ShopsTracy Evans Skirt, $55, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with H&M hat and TopShop bag.

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Guess Blouse, $55, available at R29 Shops; Vintage Slacks, $65, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with House of Harlow 1960 sunglasses, Irosweater from A. Turen, H&M jacket, Topshop bag, andMango shoes.

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Vintage Skirt, $65, available at R29 Shops.

Styled with House of Harlow 1960 sunglasses, Jonathan Simkai sweatshirt from A. Turen, MCM briefcase, and Charlotte Olympia shoes.

Photographed by Mark Iantosca

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