5 fashion week street style trends you can wear this fall

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5 fashion week street style trends you can wear this fall

After seasons of skinny pants, it's time to give 'em a break. Our street style photographer spotted quite a few cool girls wide-leg trousers in a variety of lengths, from cropped, to floor-skimming. Pair yours with this season's cropped top or a cool blazer.

Natalie Joos, New York Fashion Week 

Leigh Lezark, New York Fashion Week 

Laura Stoloff, New York Fashion Week 

TOPSHOP Slouchy Wideleg Trousers

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eg trousers with small dots

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Mango Wide Leg Denim Pants
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Perhaps it seems obvious to be touting plaid for fall, but this year, you're going to want to wear it on a lot more than just shirts. Try on a plaid tank, skirt, pair of pants, a sweater, matching separates...the list goes on. 

Jeannie Lee, New York Fashion Week

Danielle Bernstein, New York Fashion Week 

Eleonora Carisi, New York Fashion Week 

THAKOON ADDITION Checked gabardine top
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SEE BY CHLOÉ Checked stretch-seersucker skirt

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MANGO Check crepe blouse
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Isn't 'borrowing from the boys' really just the best? We love a little oversize action, and we've been seeing tons of sized-up blazers on show-goers. Pair yours with anything from ripped jeans to a dress, and for bonus points, let it hang from your shoulders like a true fashionista would. 

Jenna Lyons, New York Fashion Week 

Caroline Issa, New York Fashion Week 

Aimee Song, New York Fashion Week 

ZARA Long blazer
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TOPSHOP Slouchy longline blazer

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JOIE Hannae Blazer
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This ol' classic is getting a makeover this fall. While we saw plenty of voluminous midis and flowing maxis milling about the shows this week, we must say we found the girls sporting the knee-length pencil skirt to be the coolest-looking. Now, don't equate the pencil skirt with dowdy or boring -- spice yours up with an unexpected detail like a high slit, a wild print, or pretty embellishments. We promise you'll keep it in your wardrobe for years to come.

Kate Davidson Hudson, New York Fashion Week

Noelle Sciacca, New York Fashion Week 

Kiara Schwartz, New York Fashion Week

A.L.C. Tonne Skirt

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ELIZABETH AND JAMES Lima skirt
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LUCY Paris Tube Skirt
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Again, this is another classic wardrobe staple that never goes out of style, but one you very well may have forgotten about. Never underestimate the power of a white button-down shirt for fall. It easily adds sophistication to any playful look. 

Martha Graeff, New York Fashion Week 

Sheryl Luke, New York Fashion Week 

Kelly Framel, New York Fashion Week 

EQUIPMENT Signature Blouse
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One of the best parts about New York Fashion Week is the copious seasonal street style inspiration via the editors, buyers, and bloggers who attend the shows. While we can't exactly wear the spring and summer clothes being shown on the runway right this minute, we sure can cop the look we spotted on the girl sitting in front of us at the BCBG show.

Our street style photographer has been on the hunt all week long for #NYFW's most stylish girls. We've noticed several recurring themes already, from the wacky to the sophisticated, so we put together this handy guide to help you decipher the most attainable looks. The best part, of course, is that you can start wearing them right now -- all you need is a quick trip to Zara.

Click through the gallery for the 5 fashion week street style trends to try right now.
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