These are the fashion and beauty looks that killed it in 2016.
Literally all of our favorite stars don Fashion Nova. Their Instagram presence is serious.
Holographic, ombré and bejeweled, shiny nails stood out.
Even North West got in on this action.
Fly casual wear was everything in 2016.
Lush, brushed brows took over for the ’16.
Zendaya is just one of the stars who rocked this accessory this year.
From tops to dresses, cold shoulders add instant smolder to any look.
Whether in two large braids or alternating sizes, braids were a big deal.
They work day and night, in every shade of the rainbow.
Majorly pigmented hues popped this year.
Short, long, tan, patterned — they got a strong silhouette.
There’s no hiding this sparkly trend.
In multiple fabrics and colors, pleats ruled runways and red carpets.
Black, purple and deep burgundy lips were major.
From inexpensive and cropped to luxe and screen-printed, these sweatshirts were everywhere.
This look was braided, sewed and dyed in everywhere you looked in 2016.
Unexpected cuts and silhouettes punch up this classic print.
Whether tousled or sleek, high or low, this simple look won in 2016.
Unusual shapes and nontraditional color choices make fur feel modern.
(Photos from Left: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Michael Kors)
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