Happy Friday, y’all! Fall does not seem to know whether it’s coming or going, but that hasn’t stopped the fashions from streaming our timelines and it certainly hasn’t stopped you from double tapping the looks you liked most on Instagram. Here’s who you were into this week:

1. Rihanna in Tom Ford: 14,226 Likes

Look at those legs!! Rihanna strut her stuff on the streets of New York this week in a full monochromatic look by Tom Ford. Then she hit us with the 90s tinted framed that just sealed the deal. The slouchy boots and the gathered sleeves of the jacket kicked the look up a notch. Tom Ford hit it on the nail with this one. Who better than Riri to show us how to do it?

2. Draya Michele in YSL: 12,319 Likes

Draya kept it cute and simple with this high-low ‘fit. She gave us the cold shoulder in this Zara top and gorgeous YSL boots; coordinating the hues effortlessly so not to overwhelm. I love how she slicked her hair back allowing for the décolletage.

3. Ciara in Marques Almeida: 9,453 Likes

Ciara served in this mini dress by Marques Almeida. The long tresses, middle part, and billowy sleeves, gave me 70s vibes. No better way to complete this look than with a killer pair of thigh high boots. Cici, did not come to play.

4. Kourtney Kardashian in Orseund Iris: 8,482 Likes

Gotta admit that Kourtney is one of my favorites of the Kardashian clan; she just always seems to get it just right no matter what style she’s going for. She dressed this silk Orseund Iris top down with a pair of high waisted denim pants that hugged her petite frame to perfection. Add to that, a vintage Chanel fanny pack and classic Balenciaga boots, and you’ve got one hot mama!

5. Yara Shahidi in Prada: 8,063 Likes

Yara continues to “Do it For the Culture” by using her platform to speak against social injustice. Aside from using her intellect, she also makes a conscious effort to let her fashion choices speak for how she feels; donning a long sleeved t-shirt by HSTRY that says “Respect Existence or Expect Resistance” whilst still killing the game in a printed Prada skirt. What a clever way to evoke a message. Bravo, Yara!