With another turbulent year nearly behind us, our weekly #Snobshots roundup has endeavored to bring you the most comprehensive look at how our readers carefully craft each and every fit. Despite this post marking our last for 2017, we will be back next week, looking to push our Snobshots series even further as we enter the new year.

In this week’s roundup, “oversized” is the word, with perfectly styled pieces from Vetements x Canada Goose, as well as a selection of more tailored looks featuring brands such as OFF-WHITE and Raf Simons. And what is any outfit without a complimenting pair of kicks? This week our users brought out minimalist Nike Air Jordan 1 grails, lauded Ozweego silhouettes, and Balenciaga’s 2017 success story — the Speed Runner.

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.

Spots of sunshine

Join my roster, you a scholar [email protected]

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Coordination masterclass

Color Block ? | ? @urbanoutfittersmens @allendanielphoto

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More is more

He keeps an eye on us !! ❤️ #louisrubi

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The dynamic duo

Incoming fire @mariaxgulina ?

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Sport clash


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Posted up


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Lean back

Red with love

flexin’ at home @yasws

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Layered up


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In other fashion news, OFF-WHITE just released a range of steezy cycling caps.

Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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