The Biggest Street Style Trends of Fall 2018

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The Fall 2018 shows ended last week in Paris, where editors, buyers, and models faced some of the lowest temperatures in recent memory. For street style photographers like Vogue's Phil Oh, inclement weather is usually a recipe for disaster-but we were pleasantly surprised this season. Scrolling through his photos from New York, London, Milan, and Paris (a whopping 787 of them!), we discovered a wide range of new trends to try, from the practical to the fantastical. Several women dealt with New York's rain showers with waterproof PVC accessories and trenches, while others seemed to anticipate a few of the season's top runway trends: ultra-miniskirts (sans tights!), rainbow motifs, and colorful plaids. Below, we've distilled a month of street style photos down to the trends you're about to see everywhere in 2018.

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Buckets of rain gave New York women an excuse to rip the tags off the PVC hats, totes, and boots from Chanel's Spring 2018 collection. Clear plastic trenches were popular, too; armed with one of those, you almost don't need an umbrella at all-and everyone will still be able to see your outfit underneath. Street style gold.

What's Old Is New Again

Skeptical of the flashy logos you're seeing on the runways? Us, too. But you can't go wrong with heritage logos and motifs, like Fendi's interlocking F's, Burberry's classic Nova check and '80s crest, and Coach's stacked C's. All of these made appearances on the streets, along with canvas Gucci G's and a few Tommy Hilfiger flags.

Legs for Days

Flipping through these photos of Laura Harrier, Teddy Quinlivan, and Sora Choi out of context, you might not realize they were taken during winter. Despite the subzero temperatures, we saw tons of women in ultra-miniskirts and frocks like these, which feel pretty daring after years of flow-y maxi dresses and midi skirts.

Animal House

Leopard coats have been a street style mainstay for years now, and designers like Victoria Beckham, Raf Simons, and Tom Ford put them on the runway this season, too. On the streets, the look has evolved into head-to-toe animal spots and stripes-they're better mixed together-from leopard slips to zebra-striped pants and men's tiger coats. Think of them as your new neutrals.

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