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These three colors were all over the NYFW runways — here’s how to wear the shades this fall

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New York Fashion Week is coming to a close this week, as the final runway shows and presentations take place around the city. From showstopping looks and celebrity sightings to totally-transformed venues, there was no shortage of unique and memorable moments this season.

While each designer brought their own style and vision to their respective show, there were three hues that seemed to be on everyone’s mind for the Spring/Summer 2023 season: Tangerine orange, fluorescent green and cobalt blue.

Keep scrolling to shop pieces in these popular shades that you can wear now and all fall long!

Credit: Julia Webb for In The Know
Scenes from NYFW S/S ’23 at Rebecca Minkoff, Alice + Olivia, Bronx and Banco
Credit: Julia Webb for In The Know

Tangerine Orange
Spotted at: L’Agence, Altuzarra, Alice + Olivia

Orange can be a tricky color to wear, but there are plenty of variations to choose. Whether you want to go punchy or subdued, there are tons of pretty orange styles that you can wear this fall without straying into the pumpkin/Halloween area.

Maeve Ruched Shirt, $78-88

Credit: Anthropologie
Credit: Anthropologie

$78-$88 at Anthropologie

UGG Fluff Yeah Genuine Shearling Slingback Sandal, $100

Credit: <a href="" data-ylk="slk:Nordstrom;elm:context_link;itc:0" class="link ">Nordstrom</a>
Credit: Nordstrom

$100 at Nordstrom

Free People Fuji Thermal, $68

Credit: Free People
Credit: Free People

$68 at Free People

Fluorescent Green
Spotted at: Bronx and Banco, Cos, Fendi, SIMONMILLER

While fluorescent green might not seem like the easiest color to incorporate into your wardrobe, this season, designers were all about the highlighter hue. An approachable route to try out out this color is via accessories and jewelry.

BABYGOLD Cord Charm Bracelet, $130


$130 at BABYGOLD

JW PEI Eva Shoulder Handbag, $59

Credit: JW PEI
Credit: JW PEI

$59 at JW PEI

APM Monaco Single Neon Yellow Chain-Link Earring, $79

Credit: APM Monaco
Credit: APM Monaco

$79 at APM Monaco

Cobalt Blue
Spotted at: Prabal Gurung, Marni, Jason Wu

Perfect for fall and winter, cobalt blue is truly a flattering color on everyone. From colored denim to cozy sweaters, this hue is also pretty easy to find. You can’t go wrong when adding anything in this rich blue shade to your wardrobe.

Boden Chunky Ribbed Sweater, $130

Credit: Boden
Credit: Boden

$130 at Boden

Mango Bow Gown, $79.99

Credit: Mango
Credit: Mango

$79.99 at Mango

Urban Outfitters BDG Cowboy Corduroy Pant, $69

Credit: Urban Outfitters
Credit: Urban Outfitters

$69 at Urban Outfitters

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