9 Street Style Trends That Have Defined 2018 Thus Far

The street style trends of 2018 have made themselves clear by now—just see the last round of fashion shows and the adjacent street style scene. We were early to uncover telltale signs of the trends that were going to be big—and all of the below looks are still going strong. From the print everyone will adopt (you know it's polka dots, right?) to the boot style you won't be able to avoid this festival season (clue: not bikers), scroll through the gallery below to see what the most prominent street style trends of 2018 look like.

1. Cowboy Boots

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Western-style boots have already been trending over the past few months.

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Yes, you can wear them with skirts.

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Snake print is key to this trend—especially if you want to go for a more '70s vibe.

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There are some extreme versions out there, like Vetements' slanted boots, which have already sold out.

2. Yellow

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Purple may have been Pantone's colour of the year for 2018, but in all honesty, it's yellow that the fashion crowd has adopted.

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Giovanna Engelbert wasn't shy about tackling this tricky colour. Adding other primary and secondary shades for a total look.

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Make like Camille Charrière and use yellow to add interest to a plain outfit.

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Leopard and yellow is our new favourite thing.

3. Brash Logos

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This trend isn't out of steam for 2018—logos are plastered over everything.

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From motif tees to logo bags, this trend is going to be everywhere.

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Supreme is the insider's logo of choice.

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Watch out for Paco Rabanne—this label is experiencing a comeback.

4. Statement Trench Coats

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Spring 2018's trench coats are quite experimental.

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Not all trench coats are plain beige—plastic finishes and prints are also available.

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We want need a leopard-print trench coat.

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Even if your trench is traditional, you can still style it to look unique.

5. Straw Accessories

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From boater hats to raffia bags, straw will be trending yet again.

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Didn't jump on this summer's basket-bag trend? There's still time.

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The whole "carrying a straw bag in the city" thing isn't going anywhere.

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Cult Gaia's Ark bags now come in more colourways, but they still keep selling out.

6. Polka Dots

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Gingham ruled 2017, with polka-dot prints being introduced later into the year. 

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Although polka dots do come in other colourways, black-and-white versions win.

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Polka dots don't have to look retro. Look to this sportswear twist.

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Spots often act as a netural backdrop to vibrant accessories.

7. Midi Pencil Skirts

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This longer-line pencil skirt is set to be a ladylike option for 2018.

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Your new workwear combo has just arrived.

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Pencil skirts don't have to be stuffy—see this deconstructed one as proof.

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Feel free to channel another era—the '40s, for example.

8. Big + Baggy

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Gigantic cuts have been tested out by the bravest ladies this year.

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Sometimes all you need is a huge pair of trousers to get in on the look.

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Up things up a notch with a tent-like dress or jumpsuit.

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Wide-leg trousers are the classic partner to a white shirt.

9. Eighties Redux

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Think bold shoulders, visor sunglasses, short hemlines and crystal earrings.

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A power blazer is a chic homage to the '80s.

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There's always room for one more accessory in an '80s look.

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Sharp shoulders, a nipped-in waist and a short hemline: an ultra-retro formula to beat.