Shop the 5 biggest street style trends we saw at New York Fashion Week

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New York Fashion Week is just about wrapped up, and after a whirlwind week of runway shows, presentations and more than a few viral moments, we are looking back on the past six days and picking out the biggest style trends of week.

While the Spring/Summer 2020 runways already have us looking forward to next spring, there are a few street style trends that we plan on taking with us into the fall. Keep reading to see this season's biggest street style trends and where you can shop them!

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1. Plaid blazers and suiting sets

There was not a fashion show that we attended that didn't have a few guests in matching sets, but, more often than not, these matching sets (mostly comprised of a blazer or bomber and shorts or a skirt) were plaid with menswear-inspired details. We are obsessed with this trend for its versatility -- pair a set with your favorite sweaters this fall, add tights in the winter or wear your matching sets separately to expand your wardrobe.

Shop the trend:

1. SHEIN Button Up Plaid Tweed Coat And Skirt Set, $17
2. Express x Negin Mirsalehi Plaid Bomber Jacket and High Waisted Plaid Shorts, $148 and $88
3. Pretty Little Thing Grey Checked Boyfriend Blazer, $45

2. Pops of neon

Neon was a major trend this summer and it appears that this fad isn't going anywhere. This fall, we plan on wearing neon in the form of sweaters, skirts and accessories. While the bright hues may seem overwhelming at first, if you keep the rest of your outfit relatively simple, you'll be in the clear.

Shop the trend:

1. Line & Dot Neon Alder Sweater, $96
2. TOPSHOP Utility Midi Skirt, $33.99 (orig. $68)
3. LES REVERIES Turtleneck Top, $198

3. Headbands and hair clips

Hair accessories were everything this fashion week, and we are definitely here for this trend. Whether headbands or hair clips are more your thing, you can't go wrong by adding a little bit of flare to your outfit. P.S. this style of headband was overwhelmingly the front runner for this trend.

Shop the trend:

1. Anthropologie Doris Hair Clip Set, $24
2. Lele Sadoughi Crystal Headband, $170
3. AQUA Simulated Pearl Hair Clips, $28

4. Mint and peach hues

While fall automatically makes us think of a moodier color palette, this season we expect to see a few pastel colors making their ways into our wardrobe -- namely mint and peach! We love the idea of a few lighter-colored clothing pieces and accessories being added into the mix of our darker cold-weather clothes.

Shop the trend:

1. ASOS DESIGN Wide Fit Penley slingback high heels in peach, $56
2. Rhode Ella Dress, $375
3. Kate Spade margaux medium satchel, $179 (orig. $298)

5. Utility-inspired jumpsuits

Utility-inspired jumpsuits were the unsung hero of fashion week this season. These jumpsuits are perfect to wear with boots, sneakers or heels and are honestly the lazy girl's dream outfit. Think of these jumpsuits as fall's answer to your favorite romper.

Shop the trend:

1. Madewell Denim Slim Coverall Jumpsuit, $168
2. Express Twill Utility Jumpsuit, $88
3. UO Victory Zip-Front Coverall Jumpsuit, $89