Three Things We Loved Today: New York Fashion Week Day 3

We woke up on the third day of New York Fashion Week to a winter wonderland! While part of us wished we could stay cozy with a cup of hot cocoa, we bundled up in our cold weather gear and attended a busy day of fashion shows. (Life: it ain't so bad.) From awesome nail art to red carpet-worthy gowns, check out our favorite three moments of Day 3.

Rebecca Taylor's menswear-inspired fall show

1. Boyfriend gear at Rebecca Taylor

The typically ultra-fem designer swapped her light silks and florals for more masculine pieces this season. Are you the type who loves stealing your man's clothes, but wish they fit your body better? Us too. We'll be trying this out.

The rad nails at Libertine

2. Gemstone nails at Libertine

The fall collection was inspired by art, and the fingertips were no exception. A gold lacquer served as the base for dozens of crystals of assorted colors and sizes We wish we had the patience to do this at home! If you do, use two coats of metallic polish and apply crystals from the cuticle cascading upwards, leaving the tips clear.

Christian Siriano Fall 2013

3. A night at the opera with Christian Siriano

The former "Project Runway" designer told us the golden age of Russian Opera houses served as his inspiration this season. Many shiny gold pieces went down the runway--from guilded jumpsuits to sequin gowns. But this simple black dress, with embellished shoulders and a tulle cape, really caught our eye.

And there you have it! Stay tuned for our daily recaps right here, and be sure and follow our daily antics on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest!

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