Milan Fashion Week Street Style Is 90% Gucci

Scrolling through hundreds of street style photos will never get boring. Why? Because each season, and really, each city, has such a distinct aesthetic. New York keeps things cool and casual — hoodies with pleated skirts, tulle dresses with beat-up sneakers, a satin blouse with some high-waisted mom jeans. London, too, knows how to mix the high-low: Topshop with J.W. Anderson, H&M with Rejina Pyo, Zara with Erdem. It's all about balance. But when it comes to Milan, well, there's no sweatpants in sight. That's right: In Italy, they're not afraid to get fancy.

Despite the cyclical nature of trends, the street style at Milan Fashion Week this season, once again, is packed with items that are so recognizably Gucci. Trousers with the brand's iconic red and green stripe, embellished loafers, and pussy-bow adorned dresses reminded us that in some cities, one label can reign supreme. And in Milan, Alessandro Michele seems to be the undisputed king of dressing both on- and off-the-runway

We love seeing something as summery as a white floral dress paired with something as wintery as a thick gray cardigan.
There's a lot to take in here, but our eyes go straight for that five-finger ring.
Gucci florals: the most recognizable and easiest to pull off.
The bedazzled skirt suit! The gem-adorned tights! The flower-embellished gloves!
You can always count on a band tee to help dress a look down.
If you're going to wear a fanny pack, might as well let it double as a belt.
Classic tailoring, but with a twist.
Lots of different stripes can look really awesome together.
Business on the top, athleisure on the bottom.
Bell-sleeves add drama, even when you don't mean to.
A singular earring can make a major statement.
We're getting vacation vibes from this and we obviously don't hate it.
Pleats, please.
Red, head-to-toe (minus a pop of purple, of course).
Spotted: Gen Z yellow in the wild.
Let your hems hang low (and save money by skipping the tailor).
Grommets are typically reserved for accessories, but we love how the silver rings cover this suede midi skirt.
Never underestimate the power of a long-sleeve dress and a pair of boots.
More red-on-red. We're sensing a trend.
Sea foam green is one of those shades that seems hard to pull off, but in reality, anyone can wear it.
Play with primary colors.
Insert *heart eye emoji* here.
A simple black bodysuit goes with just about everything.
Take that white skirt you've been wearing all summer and style it for cooler days with a knit sweater and pointed-toe mules.
Play with different hemlines by pairing a calf-length coat with some short-shorts.
Those lace-up combat boots have us thinking about our winter shopping list.
How cute is this mini bag?
Maribou feathers! Our favorite fall accessory!
Millennial pink, still going strong.
Break up an all-white look with a simple black belt.
Now that's a bag we can get behind.
"No smile, no service."
Is Anna Dello Russo wearing a party ribbon as a belt?
"Gucci loafers." We love a good pun.
Power dressing to the nines.
This one's all about the details (and textures, and colors).
Hair tuck, check. Shirt tuck, check.
Asymmetrical hemlines are just more fun.
Zoom in closely and you'll see that isn't your average Hawaiian shirt.
Polka dots will never go out of style.
Contrasting patterns? Layering a dress over pants? This outfit does it all.
If you're sick of the classic tan trench, try a colorful, printed version.
You can never wear too many florals at once.
Contrasting patterns make for an eye-catching look.
We'll forever love a party dress paired with sneakers.
Gang's all here.
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