Fashion Month's Top Street Style Trends, All in One Place

As your now less redundant Instagram feeds have likely indicated, fashion month is officially over. No more daily updates about designer’s latest collections or buzz-worthy front row looks again until February 2017. However, one thing we can count on seeing more of before that time rolls around is street style. Glorious street style.

Familiar faces like Pernille Teisbaek and Miroslava Duma hit the circuit all throughout fashion month from New York to Paris, and in return, we get to see hundred of photos showcasing truly inspiring outfit ideas. Within this treasure trove, we’ve identified a handful of key trends we think will prove to stick around.

See below for our predictions, and shop our picks to get the looks before everyone else does.

As much as we love a stylish mini purse, these oversize totes and bags have stolen our hearts. Also, what’s to complain about a little extra space anyway?

Contrast leather feels fresh and elevated.

Circular Cutout

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Collage Vintage and Style du Monde

It’s too cold for crop tops now, but bare a little skin with these strategically placed cutouts.

Corsets

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Christian Vierig/Getty Images and Collage Vintage

Back in August, we predicted bustiers and corsets would be popular, and after a slew of stylish women were spotted wearing the trend throughout fashion month, we now know it’s a trend to try.

This version feels fresh but also not overly intimidating.

Eastern Influence

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Christian Vierig/Getty Images, Style du Monde, and Collage Vintage

Perhaps it’s the ripple effect from the Met exhibition China: Through the Looking Glass, but women like Gilda Ambrosio and Binx Walton wore beautiful, intricate kimonos, dresses, and the like.

A splurge, sure, but we’d wear this season after season.

This classic fabric emerged in covetable shapes and silhouettes, like ruffled skirts and tailored trousers.

Menswear

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Collage Vintage

A masculine-meets-feminine trend that always circles back around in divine fabrications.

Mango Check Suit Blazer ($130) and Check Pants ($80)

We can totally see Caroline de Maigret in this duo.

Shiny Leather

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Collage Vintage

Patent leather makes a bold return as seen on women wearing it on coats, skirts, boots, and beyond.

This British-based designer introduced outerwear for fall, and thank goodness, because it’s perfection.

Ladies infused their outfits with a little daytime sequin sparkle, which makes us rethink keeping our cocktail dresses captive in the closet.

Statement Knit

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Collage Vintage and Style du Monde

A handful of classic sweater shapes is always a plus, but why not also invest in a knit that makes a statement?

See, you can still wear color during fall!

Stirrup Pants

Photo:

Collage Vintage and Style du Monde

Ever since we spotted stirrup jeans come down last season’s Balenciaga runway, we’ve had a slight obsession with the look.

There’s always a plaid of the moment, and this time around, it’s tartan. 

Wear with a pair of wide-leg trousers and platform sneakers.

White Shoes

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Collage Vintage

For perhaps the most dominant street style trend of fashion month, ladies in all four cities skipped black boots and slipped into crisp white heels instead. 

These have the makings of a major It shoes—don’t you agree?

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