We all lust after the new designs that debut on the runways of NYFW, but it’s the street style stars who really steal the show outside the tents.

The street style “look” is all about a mix. Not of high and low—NYFW is all about high, high, high—but a mix of pieces you can wear everyday paired with pieces you’d wear never-yday.

For example, we love a good fringe. Whether it’s a boho-inspired crossbody, a frayed-hem skinny jean, or a term we use oh-so poshly to describe a Brit’s new bangs. But a fringe top paired with frayed denim and finished with an exaggerated cuff AND an embellished sandal? Save it for the Fashion Week photogs, ladies.

It may seem far from imaginable to pull off the impossibly effortless ensembles the models, bloggers, and editors wear without looking like you tried too hard (the exact opposite of the whole “effortless” goal), but with the guidance of Hampden and your clothing gift cards, it IS possible to steal her style

Her = The street style girl who’s been taking over your Instagram feed this week.

We’ve styled four outfits (all of which can be purchased with your Hampden gift cards) inspired by SS16 street style. We suggest you warn your bank accounts.

See all of the gorgeous looks that had us drooling over on

Look #1


Rag & Bone Vest | Derek Lam 10 Crosby Dress | Marni Block Heels | Sophie Hulme Crossbody

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Mother of Pearl Top | Mother of Pearl Culottes | Proenza Schouler Crossbody | Stella McCartney Shoes

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Marni Top | Stella McCartney Denim | Karen Walker Sunglasses | Lizzie Fortunato Bag | Ancient Greek Sandals

Look #4


Alexander Wang Top | Carven Mini | Loeffler Randall Loafers | Alexander Wang Sling | Lizzie Fortunato Necklace

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