Milan Fashion Week has come and gone, and the street style that came with is a whole different league of it’s own. Truly proving that the city is all about the art of dressing, MFW street style saw hot pinks, fun prints, and tons of chic fall looks to give you some real shopping inspiration. Read on for a curated list of the coolest fashion moments from fashion month’s third event.
A look for fashion week, and the office…
Crocodile, beige—this look is a total mood for fall. Both fashionable and easily wearable, with separates that are sure to earn their worth in your closet.
Perneille Teisbaek wears a Zara mock neck tank, The Attico pants, Bottega Veneta shoes and carries a Fendi bag and Bottega Veneta coat.
A look that says pistachio is definitely in…
Pistachio has been everywhere lately—on runways, in the frow (a.k.a., the front row, where you can find the chicest of the chic), and on the streets, and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon.
Camille Charrier wears a blazer by The Attico, Raey jeans, and Bottega Veneta sandals.
A hot pink look that proves the colour is fashion-girl approved
You saw millennial pink—now, meet hot pink, millennial pink’s fun, younger sister and the perfect colour to jazz up any outfit, be it for daytime or night.
Bettina Looney wears a Bernadette dress and Manolo Blahnik shoes
You can never have too many prints, as demonstrated by this look…
You might think a three-print look is only suitable for fashion week, but mixing prints can make for a surprisingly chic and coordinated outfit. Try mixing small prints in similar colours, like Jenny Walton does, to get a similar effect.
Jenny wears Prada and carries a Miu Miu handbag
This fashion editor demonstrates how to wear animal print like a pro…
If you thought animal print was a fast-fading trend, think again. The print seems to just get better and better, and is surprisingly good for all-season wear. The Zoe Report’s senior fashion editor Aemilia Madden shows us how it’s done.
Aemilia wears a Rachel Comey top, Kowtow pants, Prada shoes, and carries an Old Celine bag.
A look that says “buy it in a size up”…
It seems like this season is all about the oversized look, now maybe more than ever. An easy way to achieve it? A leather overcoat that you can throw on over lighter separates as the hot days begin to cool off, and layer over chunkier knits when it gets colder.
LouLou de Saison wears louloustudio and Bottega Veneta boots.
A look with crocodile finish is always a look well done…
Crocodile is the finish to own this season, be it in boots, bags or belts.
Mary Leest wears Max Mara, Karen Walker sunglasses, and carries a Polene bag.
Fashion Month is still going strong, but MFW definitely set the bar high with its street style looks. Hopefully, you’ve gained some inspo from the style set on how to dress for the coming season—I know I have. See you next time, Milan!
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