This is exactly how (over the top) we want to dress for the rest of the year


We all love to play a game of "Could I pull off something like that?" when looking through Fashion Week street styles. There is always a sure chance you'll see a colourblock look, a touch of Fendi and lots of leopard print. 

However, Milan is a different ball game. The city with no shortage of great wine and food, is just as focused on family and eating as they are with their street style. 

There are the usual suspects in style when it comes to trends but there are always those who create their own lane. Milan street style never fails to inspire and we love the style curveballs that get thrown our way.

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Here are some of our favorite street style looks from Milan Fashion Week. 

Who knew cotton candy braids and a bright orange leopard print jacket could work so well?
We love this ensemble, from the bucket hat to the printed green and gorgeous green heels paired with socks.

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There is no such thing as too much print. We are living for this 80's inspired suit paired with a crop top.
The bold jewelry and embroided clothing is a win with us!
Both outfits just work, perfectly.

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In the words of Nicki Minaj: "Fendi prints on"...
Mixing a variety of trends can either be a hit or miss and we think this outfit is a definite hit!
This stunning Kalina Kocemba dress is the stuff princesses dream of.
I'll take both of these suits please.

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We love the winged detail of these Sophia Webster heels paired with a Danny Reinke neon green coat and soft pink Chloe bag.
Does anyone know where I can get that Obama/Matrix t-shirt? It's an actual need.

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