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Wildfox's New York Fashion Week Fall 2014 Show Was Basically Your Cool BFF's Style

You may have spotted Wildfox's dreamy/hippie wares at Urban Outfitters or Nordstrom before, but you've never seen a slew of Wildfox-clad models tromp down the New York Fashion Week runway — until now. Wildfox Couture debuted their first-ever NYFW collection on Thursday, and the show, a Jane Austen-inspired hipster/hippie/Brit Invasion daydream titled, adorably, "Sense and Eccentricity," was everything we want in a stylish best friend. Our favorite looks kind of brought us back to the days when we spent all afternoon outside with our favorite pal, who was always little older and a little cooler than us...

Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

She’d always had a great eye for detail, but the day she decided to wear flowers in her boots was one for the history books.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

You were more like sisters than best friends — as evidenced by your matching pajama sets.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

When you were still preteens, you stole her dad’s long johns and cut them into shorts. “I want to design clothes someday,” she whispered.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

While reading Price & Prejudice to each other under the covers, you became obsessed with the scandalous goings-on at Brighton.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

The only difference between your lounging-in-front-of-the-TV wear and her adventuring-in-the-meadows wear was a pair of killer black boots.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

She always knew that springtime colors were best balanced out with a wintery hat.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

She came home one day with a large shopping bag. “I found the perfect t-shirt,” she said. Inside the bag was a shirt for her…

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

…and a matching one for you. “We can share him,” she giggled.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

You both went through a serious Union Jack phase right around the time you discovered your dad’s stash of British ales.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

God spare the kid who teased you on the playground. She’d beat up anyone just for looking at you crooked.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

The two of you spent hours perfecting your Cockney accent. You were always a little better at it, but naturally you let her think she was.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

Your mom said she was a bad influence. “That girl dresses like a street urchin,” she hissed.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

She ripped your favorite sweater climbing into the treehouse, but you forgave her immediately. After all, you couldn’t deny that it looked a lot cooler that way.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

You were both obsessed with stealing her cute older brother’s hats.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

Grandma’s vintage afghan collection didn’t last long when the two of you discovered the charm of long, fringy sweaters.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

Today, even when life gets insane, you always make time to meet each other for happy hour.

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Wildfox Couture Fall 2014

Because, as they say, well-behaved English roses rarely make history.

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