#NYFW F/W 2019: The Trends I Spotted!

Sharing the top trends I spotted at #NYFW! What are your favorite New York Fashion Week Trends?

Faux Leather Jacket: Lysse || White Tank: Target || Gold Skirt: J. Crew (super similar) || Tights: Loft || Black Sparkle Heels: J. Crew (similar) || Earrings: Zenzii

Morning y’all! Back in action again today sharing the next post in my NYFW series- the New York Fashion Week trends I spotted!

While I was in New York, I was able to attend three great fashion shows- Fashion Hong Kong, CAAFD (Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers), and Oxford Studios. Each show featured multiple designers and they each had a segment of the show to share their looks. I really loved this format because it gave Annaliese and I the ability to see so many different looks and points of view- and also so many trends! By the end of our weekend, there were some pretty clear trends that emerged and I thought it would be fun to share them with you and see which one sounds like your favorite!

Faux Leather Jacket: Lysse || White Tank: Target || Gold Skirt: J. Crew (super similar) || Tights: Loft || Black Sparkle Heels: J. Crew (similar) || Earrings: Zenzii


COLOR– Y’all know this was the trend I was most excited to see! Several of the designers were showing bold, bright colors for fall – and some were unexpected like a gorgeous lavender dress that we saw at Heaven Please. Chaahat Thakker also showed the most beautiful bold dresses and skirts with color blocked solids. Yes bring on the color!

HOODS & FULL BODY BLANKETS– This was a super interesting trend, but we saw it at multiple shows so I definitely think there will be an interpretation of this for Fall/Winter fashion this year- there were tons of hoods & full body blankets (almost a snuggy but more fashionable) layered over the base layers the models were wearing. I’ll be interested to see how this one is interpreted for mass appeal!

FACE COVERINGS/MASKS– In line with the trend above, there were a ton of face coverings and mouth “masks” walking down the runway. A lot of these pieces matched back to the head-to-toe look and some were even worn with the full body blankets! We saw a few attendees wearing this as well- one was even chain link! Not sure if you’ll see this one here on Girl Meets Bow 😉 But definitely interesting!

EMBELLISHED and MENSWEAR JACKETS– Now this was a trend I was into! It makes sense that for fall/winter we’d be seeing tons of jackets but I was excited to see pieces with gorgeous embellishment- think pearls and lace- as well as menswear style pieces that were layered with tailored trousers for a polished look.

LONG SLEEVES- A final trend I noticed in a smaller was was “long” sleeves… like so long they went past the hand! This doesn’t seem like the most functional trend (how do you type)- but it was a wow look so I expect to see it popping up among some high-fashion bloggers this fall!

What do you think? Which trend is most interesting? Which can you pass on? Sound off in the comments!




  1. February 22, 2019 / 9:07 am

    I love your look, Gentry – it’s so adorable! I’m honestly not looking forward to those trends, especially the blanket & face covering ones! haha

    Felicity | http://oliverandmoose.blogspot.ca

    • girlmeetsbow
      February 23, 2019 / 8:19 pm

      I can get behind ALL the color- but everything else scares me a bit! ha

  2. February 26, 2019 / 12:07 am

    Sooo cute on you dear! Loving the skirt, really pretty with the leather combo.
    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

    • girlmeetsbow
      February 26, 2019 / 7:06 am

      Thank you Jess! It was fun to step out of my comfort zone for fashion week!

  3. February 26, 2019 / 12:36 pm

    It’s always really interesting to see how things go from the runway all the way down to the general population. It seems like the runway is always so extreme!

    • girlmeetsbow
      March 1, 2019 / 9:50 pm

      The runway is definitely extreme! Not sure how I feel about all the trends but it was fun to see them live!

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