Where to Buy More Extremely Specific Accents We Saw at Fashion Week

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It’s day seven of New York Fashion Week, and if those street-style stars have gotten you inspired, we went and found some (not quite literal) Strategist interpretations of the looks on display. Today, it’s all about (more!) extremely specific killer accents.

Wire-Frame Aviator Specs

That studious wire-rimmed look that’s a cross between an aviator and a square frame.

Warby Parker Holme $145, Warby Parker

Green Midi Skirt

An emerald pleated skirt gets toughened up with a pair of casual sneakers.

Miss Selfridge Satin Crepe Pleated Midi Skirt $70, ASOS

Sequin Wide-Leg Pants

Shimmery with every step you take, these could be your basic black office pant — if you work at VFiles.

H&M Wide-Cut Sequined Pants $50, H&M

Angled Sunglasses

Not quite round, not quite square-shaped, but a twisted-up combination of both.

Gentle Monster Black Love Punch Sunglasses $315, Ssense

Tights That Talk

These tights from Alexander Wang’s capsule collection say “No After Party,” which, ha.

No After Party Tights $125, Spring

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Where to Buy the Extremely Specific Accents We Saw at Fashion Week
Where to Buy More Extremely Specific Accents From NYFW