New York Fall Fashion 2022 – World Water Day

New York street style has spoken: it’s time to bundle up.

As temperatures drop, New Yorkers are bringing back their A-game outerwear with key jacket trends like shearlings, belted camel coats, and a nice array of fall colors.

While tracksuits remain a constant trend on the runways, menswear-inspired clothing was ubiquitous across the city in the form of outerwear in traditional masculine prints, such as Glen plaid and Prince of Wales in long proportions, while that sleek trench coats and belted camels signify a return to dressing. with timeless styles.

Shearling and leather layers, in both long and short silhouettes, offer an instant cool factor, enhanced by the fall favorite: the chunky leather boot. Elsewhere, the casual puffer jacket plays with volumes while providing undeniable street cred, especially when paired with the ubiquitous denim jean.

As seen on the spring runways, the tiny bag trend (see Jacquemus “Le Chiquito” mini clutch) is taking on the XXL effect as the next “It” bag. On the streets of New York, oversized bags—ranging from backpacks and hobos to a variety of totes—demonstrate the trend’s functional-chic appeal.

When it comes to winter accessories, knit scarves are the perfect complement to the knit blast going on underneath, while furry beanies and beanies add a textural element to any fall look.

In all categories, fall tones (terracotta, brown, red, beige) and neutral tones send a message of warmth in the face of the imminent winter season. The idea of ​​pairing shoes with coats, or hats with coats, is also emerging from the streets as an intriguing style item for the fall season.

Here, WWD’s They Are Wearing highlights the best layered fall looks on the streets of New York in 2022.