7 Fabulous Street Style Trends We've Seen All Over Milan This Week

There are very clear street style DNAs for the Big Four fashion cities during fashion month. New York is polished, London is eclectic, Paris is chic. But Milan? Without a doubt, the Italian fashion capital is the most fabulous of the four. There's no print, fabric, colour or detail that goes unworn. Clashing prints are mandatory and bold and showstopping colours are ideal. Throw in a few feathers and a smattering of sequins and you've nailed the Milan street style look.

This season is no exception and guests attending the shows have not disappointed with the array of beautiful and fabulous ensembles. The highlights so far have been a bold pink (a trend we also saw in New York) worn in various different outfit styles. Then there's the colourful take on the co-ord that injects fun into suiting.

But even Milan can throw a curveball sometimes, as this season we've spotted more pared-back trends than usual. The most surprising was the head-to-toe neutrals look. Foregoing the usual bright hues, there were plenty of street stylers who opted for this full-white and off-white outfit.

Pockets were an important detail too, which is much more utilitarian than we're used to seeing on the streets of Milan, but that doesn't make them any less pleasing (after all, who doesn't love a pocket?). And if you're worried that the city is about to go full new minimalism, fear not, as there's enough to keep the most die-hard maximalist happy.

Ready to see all the trends up close? Keep scrolling to see all the street style looks from Milan.

1. Pretty in Pink


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Bring out the pink in your outfit by wearing a white bag. 


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Another trend in Milan? Not being afraid to show your sass. 


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Not ready to go for the hot-pink look? Try pastels for a softer take on the trend. 


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Clashing pink and orange is one of our favourite colour combos. 


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Don't underestimate the double-pink look. 


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Offset pink with pastel blue. 

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2. Showstopping Prints


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Highlight your printed dress with accessories that bring out the colours. 


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Romantic dresses for the win. 


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Don't save prints for dresses, try it in a suit too. 


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Keep your accessories to a minimum if you want your print to speak for itself. 


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Leopard print and green florals clashing are classic Milan. (And we love it.)

3. The Fendi Bag Reigns Supreme


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The beige suit is made all the most chicer with the addition of this brown Fendi bag. 


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A classic blazer is the best way to show off your bag. 


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Go full monochromatic and match your bag to your outfit.


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To really make your bag stand out, try clashing colours. 


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Keep your outfit minimal to show off this bag.

4. The Bold Co-Ord


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Make your co-ord more elegant with the addition of a belt. 


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Clash an orange suit with purple shoes and blue shirt. 


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A black suit is 100% less boring with the addition of green accessories. 


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Such a dreamy skirt suit. 


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A cropped checked jacket with fitted trousers is a much cooler take on the suit. 


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This jade suit with brown accessories is one look we're definitely stealing. 

Related: We Kept Seeing This £45 Handbag at New York Fashion Week

5. Pockets Are the Best Details


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Just a couple of pockets on a shirt can make all the difference. 


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A chic way to do this trend. 


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Model Winnie Harlow goes full utilitarian with this Prada outfit. 


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A gilet can be cool. Oh, yes, it can. 


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Trust Pernille to make cargo pockets to look this incredible. 


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Pockets upon pockets looks better than we could ever imagine. 

6. Head-to-Toe Neutrals


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Olivia Palermo never fails to look polished. 


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Not only does this outfit look comfortable but it's also super elegant. 


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Nail this trend with sophisticated tailoring. 


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This white-shirt–and-trousers combo works even better with the addition of the Bottega clutch in brown. 


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Ensure your accessories are also white. 


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Don't be afraid to pair off-white colours with white. 

Related: 7 Street Style Trends We've Seen All Over London Fashion Week

7. Coloured Sunglasses


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Rose-coloured glasses look even better when matching your outfit. 


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White-rimmed sunnies are so glamorous. 


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If your outfit is more pared-back, inject some pizzaz with some bold shades. 


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These pink-and-white shades are made even more interesting by the '60s-style shape.


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Red shades to match the red trousers. 


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This full-white outfit stands out even more thanks to these red sunglasses. 


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Match your sunglasses to your skirt. 


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A yellow tint in the glasses is a good way to gentle nudge yourself into the trend. 

Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2019 trends you need to know. 

Elinor Block