We wave goodbye to January’s #Snobshots series, and welcome in February with ten more curated street style looks that caught our eye on Instagram this week. If you are unfamiliar with our Snobshots series, it’s our global street style roundup, highlighting the best in user-submitted imagery.

Documenting the finest looks from our thriving online street style community, this week’s selection boasted an assortment of minimal outfits, a considerably subdued color palette in comparison to last week’s feature, and subtle patterning throughout. Featuring pieces from Jerry Lorenzo’s sought-after Fear of God line, as well as a pair of his collaborative Vans sneakers, the roundup also goes on to feature some defining Balenciaga layers, as well as timeless Kappa tracksuit options.

To participate, all you have to do is use the #Snobshots hashtag on your Instagram street style posts, along with the #city you’re in, and the #brands making up your fit.

Get involved, try it out for yourself, and enjoy ten of this week's best entries below.

Less is more

Branded up, from the floor up

#squadgoals

Stretch it out

Easy like a Sunday morning

Wrap it up

Lessons in coordination

Play safe

Subtle, but powerful

The perfect selfie wall

For more fashion news, mastermind JAPAN & Anti Social Social Club just announced a new collaboration. Read all about it here.

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