While we’re constantly calling out street style outfits and moments that catch our attention, seeing as 2016 is quickly coming to a close and we’ve entered the time for reflection, we thought we’d round up the ones that stood above the rest this year. Call it a trip down memory lane, if you will.
With some standout snaps coming from the F/W 16 shows at the beginning of the year, others from this most recent, S/S 17 shows, and a few more that were sprinkled in between, at the very least we know you’re going to enjoy re-seeing these key looks as much as we did—and you can even shop them too.
From Attico’s big debut to the Saint Laurent heart-shaped fur coat seen round the world, scroll through the gallery to take a look back at the biggest street style moments of the year...
Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini made a splash at Paris Couture Week by debuting their clothing line, Attico, on the streets and on themselves.
The stylish rapper turned heads wherever he went with his perfectly put-together looks and enviable sense of style.
Who wasn't jealous when mega-blogger Chiara Ferragni stepped out in this statement-making backless Dior top at Haute Couture Week?
Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème
Far ahead of everyone else, Julia Sarr-Jamois was a trailblazer of the oversize puffer trend when she stepped our in this pink style by Chen Peng in Paris.
When Palermo sported this affordable (and reversible) Topshop bomber in London this February, it sold out within days, naturally.
Not only was this statement-making fur a hit at fashion week, but later it was also spotted on Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and a slew of other It girls who also couldn't resist.
Naturally, Pernille Teisbaek was among the first of the street style stars to sport Vetement's patchwork jeans, and was later followed by everyone looking to make a statement at fashion week.
Christian Vierig/Getty Images
Saks Pott's multicolor and cozy coats were an unsurprising hit at New York Fashion Week in chilly February, with countless street style stars sporting them, and Leandra Medine herself seen in two different colors.
Between Joanna Ortiz, Rosie Assoulin and countless other designers backing the style, there seemed to be a ruffle top in every direction at every fashion week this year.