Perhaps the last leg of New York Fashion Week has allowed showgoers to let loose with their sartorial decisions, or maybe a full schedule of shows has caused them to just DGAF when getting dressed. Regardless, we've started to notice showgoers get a little more experimental with their looks as the days progressed. On day one, it was polished plaid blazers, followed by pretty printed dresses, then lots of pink and so many pairs of white boots. Monday, however, brought twinning looks upon the street style crowd and on day six, a slew of outfits were made up of mismatched prints, from pairing camo with stripes or florals (à la fashion editors Nikki Ogunnaike and Sarah Brody) to a vacation-ready motif teamed with polka dots, as seen on — and perfectly pulled off by — artist Petra Collins.
Being matchy-matchy is overrated.