The Best Street Style Trends of 2017, According to You, Our Followers

Wondering how to mount out this winter? We have dual difference for you: matter outerwear. There’s a reason a trend has persisted for so long; not usually does a notice-me cloak tie your outfit together in a snap, though it looks flattering good in photos, too. And who says we need to collect only one? When we asked a Instagram supporters to opinion on their favorite travel character cloak of 2017—a puffer contra a feathery mistake fur—the formula were an even 50-50 split. Maybe we couldn’t confirm on a favorite, though here’s a advice: Invest in both, since they’re guaranteed to be trending this time subsequent year, too. Below, see a formula from a other travel character matchups, from a tone a year to a best hats.

Camille Charriere in Marques’Almeida outward a Spring ’17 Couture shows; Hanne Gaby Odiele outward a Fall ’17 shows in New York

The Coat of a Year: Puff vs. Fluff

Your half-and-half formula prove that dual coats competence only be improved than one. A lady needs options, right? Wear your marshmallow puffer during a harshest blizzard—likely to start during New York Fashion Week—and haven your feathery cloak for reduction severe (read: reduction soggy) weather.

Karlie Kloss in Dior outward a Spring ’18 shows in Paris; Yumi Lambert outward a Fall ’17 shows in Paris

Hat Trick: Newsboy Caps vs. Berets

Flipping by a travel character slideshows, it competence feel like each lady is wearing a newsboy cap—and if we live in New York, a trend has already held on with a downtown crowd. But a classic, constantly stylish French beret won out in a end—just barely!—with 53 percent of a vote. Prepare to see a lot some-more of both toppers on a streets of 2018.

Naomi Shimada in Marques’Almeida outward a Spring ’18 shows in London; Elle Fanning in Miu Miu outward a Fall ’17 Couture shows in Paris

Is Orange a New Pink?

Orange was a standout tone on a streets of 2017, though does it have a energy to mount adult to millennial pink? Apparently not. Despite a conform set’s quick welcome of a bizarre color, it turns out we have an devotion to a pastel; it got 60 percent of your vote.

Aymeline Valade outward a Spring ’18 shows in Paris; Diletta Bonaiuti, Georgia Tal, and Chiara Capitani outward a Fall ’17 shows in Paris

Monochrome Dressing: Crayola Brights vs. Neutrals

Along with orange, splendid colors in ubiquitous enjoyed a lot of courtesy on a streets this season. We saw tons of primary colors, like a expertly concurrent coats above. Crayola brights are positively photogenic, though 55 percent of we voted opposite them, in preference of head-to-toe neutrals. Who can disagree with a undying interest of an all-black (or all-camel, or all-white) outfit?

Caroline de Maigret in Petar Petrov pants outward a Spring ’18 shows in New York; Hailey Baldwin outward a Spring ’18 shows in New York

The Great Pant Debate: Party Pants vs. No Pants

This season, if we weren’t wearing jeans, that sojourn a go-to breathe for many of us, we were expected wearing bold, party-ready trousers . . . Or no pants during all. We can’t utterly explain a “pants-less” trend, solely that Rihanna is unequivocally into it. Still, we adored a some-more picturesque choice in a end: Party pants warranted 58 percent of a vote, with 42 percent of a supporters voting for a risqué option.

Teddy Quinlivan outward a Fall ’17 shows in Paris; Teddy Quinlivan in Louis Vuitton outward a Spring ’18 shows in Paris

Teddy Quinlivan’s Best Street Style Pose of 2017: By a Statue vs. On a Steps

This was Teddy Quinlivan’s year. The distinguished beauty is a favorite of Vogue photographer Phil Oh, though she also done headlines with her trans rights advocacy in September. Choosing a favorite Teddy pic is scarcely impossible, though we voted for a one where she’s in emerald immature Louis Vuitton and operative a camera. That print got 56 percent of your votes, and we 100 percent adore her.

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