New York Fashion Week Fall 2014 Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Fashion is a form of art, and this theory is never more alive than at New York Fashion Week. Runway models and street style stars alike opt for their most eye-catching, unique outfits, hoping to get noticed. That means you see a lot on the streets of New York that you could never wear to the office — bunny ears, anyone? And while street style is endlessly interesting and often entertaining, it's hard to pick out looks that are actually wearable. 

If you're seeking inspiration for your everyday wardrobe, check out these street style outfits that we'd actually wear. (No bunny ears or sky high platforms, we promise!)

Images: Rebecca Shinners

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Here’s a great way to change up your wardrobe while staying warm: try wearing printed shorts over tights. Tamara’s pastel shorts and neon pink purse add just the right amount of color to her neutral sweater and black tights. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

From her striped scarf and plaid jacket to her floral pants, Sam mixes prints like a pro. To get the look, keep each piece of your outfit in the same color scheme. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Lindy’s effortlessly cool look pairs track pants with an edgy jacket. This is the comfy Fashion Week outfit you could also wear to run errands. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

This black and white checkered print is fun while sophisticated enough to wear to work. I love how it’s repeated not only on the shirt and pants, but in larger form on the jacket as well. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

This fashionista makes a mostly black outfit more interesting by incorporating different textures like leather and fur into her look. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

To mix prints like Camesha, choose a larger geometric print on your sweater than on your pants. She repeated the same colors on top and bottom to make the look more unified, while her blue coat helps the outfit pop. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

This fashionista’s printed moto jacket, leather pants, and fringe bag make for an unexpected combination that works whether your style is edgy or more classic. It’s the ultimate weekend outfit, perfect for shopping with friends or going out to eat with family. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Ripped jeans paired with knee-high boots make for a look that’s very LA-meets-NYC while being easy to recreate. Plus, fedoras help make any casual outfit more trendy. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

A black and white color-blocked coat like Carlota’s makes any outfit look more polished. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Looking for a way to make your work wardrobe more unique? Try a leather knee length skirt in a fun color like red. 

New York Fashion Week Street Style Outfits We'd Actually Wear

Yoshi described her outfit as affordable, which is always nice to hear at Fashion Week. Put a collared shirt under a graphic sweater to get the look.