POPSUGAR Fashion

Consider This the Street Style Edition of Who Wore It Best

Mar 4 2014 - 10:18am

Fashion Week often gives way to some of the most creative outfits [1] we've ever seen — so what are the chances you'd see the same piece twice? It turns out, they're pretty high. Regardless of styling prowess and the ever-expansive wardrobes of the fashion elite, sometimes the fashion-savvy just have their eye on the same It bag [2] or great coat.

The best part is seeing who turns up to the shows sporting the same styles — and after nearly a month of street style in full swing, we've spotted quite a few. Flip through to see what hot-ticket items we've seen on more than one fashion insider — and of course, tell us who you think wore it better.

Source: IMAXTREE [3] and Tim Regas

Anna Dello Russo was the first to take this cheeky Moschino [4] look for a spin in Milan, but Soo Joo Park showed off the same jumper not too much later in Paris.

Source: Tim Regas and Getty [5]

We spied Ella Catliff and another showgoer sporting the same blue suede Acne jacket.

The common denominator for both Hanneli Mustaparta and this attendee's Winter style was a belted pastel pink overcoat.

Danielle Prescod and this LFW attendee outfitted easy bottoms with a striped furry topper for the ultimate in statement coats.

Source: Melodie Jeng/The NYC Streets [6] and IMAXTREE [7]

Both Leandra Medine and Taylor Tomasi Hill were on the same wavelength when it came to selecting quirky-cool Junya jeans and structured blazers to top them off.

Source: Tim Regas and IMAXTREE [8]

Giovanna Battaglia and Helena Bordon both made use of Prada [9]'s Spring '14 collection with their bold face-emblazoned coats.

One showgoer in NYC shopped the same plaid coat as this attendee in Paris. We can hardly blame them for being drawn to the chic topper.

Source: Tim Regas and IMAXTREE [10]

Yasmin Sewell tempered her color-splattered skirt with a black turtleneck, while this showgoer turned up the statement factor with a printed top.

Source: Tim Regas and Getty [11]

Eva Chen and Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz both took cover in Prabal Gurung [12]'s fur-trimmed, fit-and-flare anorak.

Source: Tim Regas and Getty [13]

We got three times the plaid from this trio in checked coats.

Source: Getty [14] and Melodie Jeng/The NYC Streets [15]