Bold Street Style From Milan Fashion Week
Paris fashion week may be coming to a close, but we're still ogling over the creative, bold looks spotted on the streets of Milan last week. No doubt, you'll get inspired to revamp your own ouftits and use classic pieces in a new way.
Take a look at some of the most inventive outfits we've seen in a while.
Not only was this mustard and maroon color combo popular with the fashion set in Milan, but wrapping and knotting sweaters, dresses and oxford shirts also popped up frequently.
The '90s fashion-fascination continues, as evidenced here by a Nintendo Gameboy-inspired clutch and track pants.
This is certainly a lot of look, but the color-coordinating prints work together instead of clashing. Also, keep an eye out for sheer turtlenecks this fall; they're an up-and-coming trend.
A simple, unassuming bag would lookly oddly matched with this bold striped set. Here, bright, furry details actually enhance the texture and color of this outfit.
Don't stow away flimsy tulle dresses for winter. Make them work in cooler months too by throwing on a chunky sweater in a complementary hue.
Ruffles, flared hems, fur details and bell sleeves are trending in a big way for fall. Leonie Sophie Hanne nails all four trends effortlessly in one look.
Remember what I said about wrapping and knotting? The technique popped up again, creating a flattering, nipped-at-the-waist silhouette that adds polish to a less-structured skirt.
Metallic pleated skirts have stolen the hearts (pun intended!) of fashion girls around the world.
The "exposed shoulder" trend is still going strong. Although, an asymmetric cut-out shoulder is slightly more practical for chilly fall weather.
Comfy and chic?! Win-win! Matching sets instantly make you look stylish and put-together.
MILAN, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 22: German fashion blogger Nina Schwichtenberg wearing a white dress from self-portrait, JW Anderson sweater, Patrizia Pepe bag, Paula Cadematori sandals outside Max Mara during Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 on September 22, 2016 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
Not ready to let go of summer dresses yet? (It's ok. Me neither.) Use a slim turtleneck as a base layer to get more wear out of those flirty, sleeveless frocks.
The bubble skirt makes its triumphant return.
Who said you should only wear one statement piece at a time? To stand out, you have to break the (fashion) rules.
The gorgeous pale pink color, boxy-cut jacket, loose-fitting pants and bold, black-and-white striped pockets elevate this from a simple suit to a stand-out ensemble.
Silver, strappy flats soften an edgy shirt-and-pants pairing.
One more demonstration of how you can turn a classic piece into something interesting and structural. Here, Sarah Ruston layers a voluminous midi skirt under a crisp shirtdress, creating a multi-dimensional, unexpected look.