Despite the first major update to Pokémon Go being poorly received, the phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down as the app tops 20 million users in just the first month of releasing.

Paying tribute to the colorful pocket monsters that now virtually inhabit every corner of the globe, we've taken some of our favorite street style outfits and paired them with creatures from (mostly) the original 150. A man wearing adidas Stan Smiths nearly gets tripped by Shaymin, while a Thrasher T-shirt-wearing skater nearly has a run in with Charmander. Pink Vans are complemented nicely by a chance appearance from Chansey, while the world's most famous Pokémon, Pikachu, shows up alongside the likes of matching Snoopy outfits.

Peep the full series above and let us know how many Pokémon you can name in the comments section below.

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