The top Milan Fashion Week street style moments
We’re sooo upset that fashion month is almost over, but also totally excited by all of the amazing street style we’ve been seeing – talk about wardrobe #goals! The looks showcased on the streets of Milan were bold but elegant – very European.
Here are our fave Milan Fashion Week street style moments:
Alexia Niedzielski and Natasha Goldenberg’s BFF style:
Socialite Alexia and designer/stylist Natasha are giving us some serious retro vibes. Alexia’s button-down skirt and free-flowing hair is so seventies boho, while Natasha’s crop top is super nineties. Can we also just say how much we love the idea of layering a crop top over a white tee? It’s like the high-fashion version of when Gwen Stefani used to wear bikini tops over her tees!
Diletta Bonaiuti’s patterned dress:
A long-sleeved maxi dress with an allover print could be overwhelming, especially on a small frame. But Diletta masterfully keeps her accessories minimal, allowing her to totally rock this look.
This girl’s vintage-inspired dress:
She looks like she’s wearing a Victorian nightgown, and it looks completely amazing. We love the contrast between the prim gown and the beat-up bag.
Laura Love’s silky jacket:
That jacket is amazing, and so is her expert-level pairing of it with an all-black outfit.
Giulia and Camilla Venturini’s matching outfits
The edgy models prove that the best accessory is sometimes an identically dressed twin sister. If one gorgeous girl with a buzzcut and a cool outfit turns heads, two make jaws drop.
This whimsical coat
Honestly, it’s so cool we just stared at it, mouths agape, for like a full minute.
Veronika Heilbrunner’s doll vibes
The fashion editor looks downright adorable in this look, from the bibbed top to the elbow bracelet to the woven bag.
Jo Ellison’s quirky style
Reporter Jo is as savvy a dresser as she is a writer. We love that she rocked a knit dress over cuffed jeans – so clever!
Natalie Hartley’s supersized sleeves:
We’re not TOTALLY sure how we feel yet about the resurgence of overalls, but fashion editor Natalie sure makes them look cool. The real showstoppers here, however, are those dangling sleeves. It makes us want to go home and stretch out all of our tops. (JK…mostly.)
For a (much) more subtle effect, try our Cher Horowitz Sweater in Aubergine. It comes with thumb holes!
Daria Sharpovalova’s ladylike mixed prints:
The Ukrainian fashion insider makes mixing patterns look like a walk in the park. Want to try it yourself? Check out our guide to mixing prints.