NYFW Spring 2014 Trend Report: Sweatshirts Galore

Finally! The day has come when sweatshirts are as chic as they are comfortable, as evidenced by the sporty trend takeover on the runways at New York Fashion Week. See the 15 best looks that topped our list, right here.
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Finally! The day has come when sweatshirts are as chic as they are comfortable, as evidenced by the sporty trend takeover on the runways at New York Fashion Week. See the 15 best looks that topped our list, right here.
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Alexander Wang

Sweatshirts were reinvented on the runways at this past NYFW. The classic heather grey knits made an appearance, but so did fun sheer, color blocked, printed and embellished sweatshirts. This trend is as chic as it is cozy. Here are some of the best looks straight from the runways.

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Theyskens' Theory

This slinky silhouette is the perfect way to dress-up a sweatshirt.

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Prabal Gurung

Printed silk isn't just for scarves anymore.

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Peter Som

Sweatshirts and skirts are an adorable duo, but what's better is having matching prints to pull the look together.

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Tommy Hilfiger
This crop-top-and-shorts combo is the definition of tomboy chic.
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3.1 Phillip Lim

Texture-blocking is the new color-blocking.

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3.1 Phillip Lim

The subtle peek-a-boo design of this printed sweatshirt is sheer perfection.

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Milly

With a mesh sweatshirt, you get that beloved sporty style, but can still see the rest of the look that lies beneath.

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Rebecca Taylor

A little animal print adds a lot of flare to a subtle outfit.

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Joie

A simple (yet chic!) nautical sweatshirt adds character to this casual outfit.

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J. Crew

An everyday heather gray sweatshirt with a fun pleated skirt gives the look of an effortless style.

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Jason Wu

The appliqué on this top would-be-too-plain sweatshirt makes it memorable.

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Elie Tahari

There is always something sexy about a snake skin print and that sexiness reads loud and clear on this jumpsuit.

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Karen Walker
Layer up in contrasting pieces for a fun look.
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Trina Turk

The Birkenstock-inspired sandals and warm colors give this look an earthy, yet still modern vibe.

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