5 Trends From New York Fashion Week You Can Rock

As much as we'd all love to go about our days in swathes of Marchesa tulle and sequins, it's pretty clear that runway trends aren't the most practical. Street-style trends, however--that's where the real inspiration is. Join us in our semiannual ritual of unadulterated people gawking, and take away a few styling secrets in the process. Dresses Over Pants Have no fear--there's a ladylike way to pull off this resurged trend. Take a solid-colored shirtdress, button it up and pair it with tailored cigarette pants. Instant sophistication. (A killer lace-up heel never hurts, either.) Bell Sleeves Bell sleeves--which will be huge for 2016--may seem like they have to wait for spring. Au contraire. Bust these babies out now by layering them under a moto jacket--and unzipping the wrists. Winter Maxi Skirts Yes, you can do this. To pull it off: First, step into delicate, pointed boots. (Nothing too chunky.) Second, choose an overcoat that is either cropped at the waist or hemmed just above the ankle. (Anything around the mid-thigh area will look dowdy.) Boho for all seasons! Prints with Textures This one's admittedly a bit more kooky (but c'mon, so dope). If you have a loud base layer, try to find a topper within the color family that also has an interesting touch. (A faux fur chubby it is.)