6 Cool Street Style Looks From Milan Fashion Week

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We have just come to the end of Milan Fashion Week, so we have brought together 6 of the best street style looks from the Italian fashion capital to give you a little outfit inspiration!

Milan Fashion Week occurs twice a year, sandwiched between London and Paris Fashion Weeks, and hosts runway shows from the likes of Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Miu Miu, Versace, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and many more.

Celebrities, influencers, and fashion editors from all over the world turn out to witness these incredible fashion shows, which allows us to see a whole host of gorgeous street-style photos as these celebrities head to and from each fashion show. We have brought together 6 of the best street style looks straight from the streets of Milan to give you a little insight into what is trending and what you need to be wearing for the upcoming season.

Some of these looks you could recreate for yourself or you can take inspiration and incorporate some of your favourite pieces into your everyday outfits – let’s get started!

MFW Street Style For Spring ’24

1. Bejewelled Mini Dresses

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Take inspiration from this gorgeous bejeweled mini dress for your next evening out! As the weather begins to warm up, it’s time to think about adding mini dresses back into your wardrobe – especially ones that are covered in embellishments and really sparkle in the light. Pair with a glossy red handbag and delicate jewelry to let the dress take center stage.

2. Stylish Layering

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Layered looks are always super stylish but can take a little more work. It’s key to work out which silhouettes and colors work best together to achieve a chic layered look. This outfit begins with a black sweater, tucked into a grey wrap-style mini skirt, then a blue-grey coat is layered over the top and the outfit is finished with a grey handbag and pale blue boots. The clean, sharp silhouettes and blue-grey tones work so well together in this outfit.

3. Shades of Lilac

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Tonal outfits are always on trend, but this season, go for lilac and purple pieces. This lavender and lilac outfit is just stunning, with a sophisticated blazer, featuring bejeweled buttons, and a luxe satin maxi skirt, accessorized with white shoes and a silver and gold handbag. Play around with contrasting textures and fabrics to create your own striking tonal look.

4. Half + Half Blazers

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Chances are you already have a blazer in your wardrobe, but this season it’s time to go for a half-and-half blazer! This striking blazer has one side in dark grey and the other crafted from a brown pinstripe fabric to create a unique and eye-catching look – Havre Studio is a great place to go for similar blazers. This blazer has been styled with a white tank top and floral patterned pants, but you could opt for wide-leg pants to make this look work-appropriate.

5. Bold Red

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Red continues to be one of the most fashionable colors, as you can see from this gorgeous bold red and white outfit. This super stylish look includes red leather pants, red pointed-toe heels, a white button-up shirt, and a crochet red crop top layered over the top. Why not take inspiration from this outfit, layering crochet tops over button-up shirts or adding red leather pants to your own wardrobe?

6. Grey on Grey

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This chic grey-on-grey outfit fits perfectly with the no-pants trend that has been seen all over designer catwalks. The tiny, bejeweled grey shorts have been styled with a chunky grey turtleneck sweater and a long grey wool coat, then accessorized with silver shoes and a pale grey handbag. If you love the no-pants trend, then this outfit is perfect for you as it shows you how to easily style it in a wearable look.  

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