Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 Street Style You Can Shop Now
Welcome to the third stop on the fashion month tour: Milan. It's evident that each city has a different approach to street style during the month. In New York, head-to-toe leather ensembles were a go-to, London was all about the timeless trench coats and handbags, but Milan Fashion Week's Spring/Summer 2020 street style has a certain aesthetic of its own. The past five days in the city proved that Italians (and those visiting temporarily) hold nothing back when it comes to fashion.
Milan is home to some of the biggest luxury powerhouses in the game: Prada, Gucci, Fendi, Max Mara, and Missoni to name a few. It's not unusual for show-goers to arrive sporting designs from each house at hand. Prada's abstract, bold printed items were worn by a handful of attendees, and influencers mixed and matched Missoni's iconic crochet-knitted prints. Other attendees criss-crossed through the streets in colorful tailored suits, bright puffer jackets, and monochromatic ensembles (green was a crowd-favorite). Generally, the attendees weren't shy of wild prints or bold hues — colors like hot pink and vivid turquoise were on full display.
But beyond just noting the trends on the street, many of the pieces worn by attendees are actually readily available for you to scoop up and make your own. Below, shop all the street style you loved during MFW.
Liz Uy illustrated how to easily pull off more than one of Prada's abstract printed pieces. She finished off the exciting look with a bright green pop of color via her purse.
Erika Boldrin brought out maroon leather in not just one, but three pieces in her look. She left the rest of her attire simple with a comfortable ribbed wool sweater.
Don't retire your summery fruit prints to the back of your closet *just* yet. Teen Vogue's editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner brought out her brightest pieces in Milan with much success.
Why wear one shade of green when you can wear four? Lisa Aiken displayed the perfect way to mix together multiple shades of the ever-so-popular hue.
Florals were out to play in Milan. Chloe Hill paired a lovely Kate Spade midi dress with a lace-up studded sandal from Prada and a Fendi bag.
This show-goer coupled two of Missoni's loud, quirky prints together, creating a visually striking look.
If a poncho is your thing, check out Adrianne Ho's luxe option from Fendi. The model kept the rest of her look in the same neutral color family for a cohesive look.
Another lesson on incorporating different green shades into an ensemble was shown by Linda Tol, who paired a dark olive green zip-up with a lighter version of the color in her leather trousers.
This skirt from Prada made an appearance during LFW on Lisa Aiken, and continued to win over the hearts of fashion girls in Milan. Pernille Teisbaek coupled the multi-pocket skirt with a strapless ribbed-knit top from Khaite and finished off with lace-up heels.
Coupling two contrasting shades together creates an eye-catching look, as displayed by Tamu McPherson. Experiment this fall with pink and blue, just like the trend-setter did above.
Try out a vintage-inspired piece in your look, like this lace top from Zimmermann. Xenia Adonts paired the top with a pair of mustard yellow shorts and chic lace-up booties.
Pistachio green is on the rise, so consider trying it out this season. This attendee paired her cool minty green pieces with a simple white midi skirt and stylish leather knee-high boots. Plus — she showed a scrunchie is just as cool on your wrist as it is in your hair.
Reese Blutstein looked laidback-yet-cool in a red wool mini dress from Gucci. The street style star paired the dress with the designer's platform loafers and a pair of olive green high socks.