Milan Street Style Is An A-To-Z Lesson In Italian Designers

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If you're wondering whether every person in Milan owns a Gucci Marmont bag or Princetown velvet slippers, we're right there with you. As the third stretch of the fashion month circuit gets underway in Italia, it's becoming easier to spot just what trends reflect each city. Where New York saw puffers and a whole lot of see-through bags, and London had Burberry trench coats aplenty (of course), Milan's style set is sporting a lot of Fendi (hello, return of the double-F logo) and Moschino (whose latest collection subtly gave the middle finger to President Trump). We're also seeing some of the season's overarching looks filter in — from the practical parka to yellow, the color of the moment.
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But just because we're on day who-even-knows of this month-long whirlwind doesn't mean the street style is any less inspired than it was on day one. In fact, the over-the-top Milan aesthetic is just the jolt we need to get us through the home stretch.
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White boots, always and forever.
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Gucci Gs from head-to-toe.
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There's nothing better than a piece of outerwear that's actually practical.
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Top your look off with a chunky cardigan.
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Balance out a mini dress with some ankle-height sock boots.
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Nothing breaks up a printed midi dress quite like a colorful belt.
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Long live leopard, the print that keeps on giving.
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See what we mean?
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Do we spot...a...brooch?
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Here's how to wear a Canadian tuxedo and look pretty damn cool.
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Peek those Gucci socks. It's the little details that make the biggest difference.
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Yellow is the color of the season. Embrace it.
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Bet you never thought to tuck your sweatpants into socks and style with strappy heels. Yeah, neither did we.
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Crop top, mini skirt. Leave it to Joan Smalls to put her own twist on model off-duty style.
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With so much talk of floral dresses, feast your eyes on these floral pants.
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Swap out your classic trench for a colored version. It'll do wonders for your wardrobe.
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Sasha Lane, forever our style icon.
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How good are those outrageously sparkly Converse?
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Always offering up new ways to wear/tie/accessorize with your coat.
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Match your bag to your coat, because why not?
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We can't tell where the tights end and where the sock boots begin. A good old fashion illusion.
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Like we said, the old school Fendi logo was unavoidable.
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We're trying to get our hands on Burberry's rainbow collection, stat.
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Model off-duty style done very, very right.
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Play with textures by pairing a lacy party skirt with a more demure trench.
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Bright accessories let even the simplest of looks pop.
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Go monochromatic with a shade that isn't black or gray.
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Winter is better with a technicolor dream coat.
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Bet you've never seen sock and sandals look this good.
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The dad hat, still going strong.
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Black and white and red all over.
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Take that floral slip hanging in the back of your closet and layer it over a turtleneck.
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Boots as pants. Only Gilda Ambrosio. And Kim Kardashian.
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Exposed stitching takes denim from basic to inspired.
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Kurt Cobain-inspired sunglasses are still going strong.
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Pillow or a clutch? You decide. (Though we prefer one that can double as both.)
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Corduroy is fashion's comeback texture of the season.
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How cute is this matching set?
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Two jackets are better than one.
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Balance out a fancy floral skirt with a chunky knit and combat boots.
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Hello, pom-poms!
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Shirt too long? Knot it up in the front.
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A hint of neon takes this outfit to the next level.
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How many different prints do you spot here?
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Twinning, to the nth degree.
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A floral dress and leather jacket. A timeless combination.
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Golden Barbie, taking the slip to daytime.
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We're eyeing that vintage Dior bag. Paging Carrie Bradshaw.
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Proof neutrals look just as good as piling on the color.
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Leopard, head-to-toe.
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Why go for a camel trench when you could have a floral version instead?
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Staying warm and cool at the same damn time.
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Marabou feathers make for the perfect accoutrement.
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We love a good basket sighting in the dead of winter.
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Yes, matching your shoes to your bag is still very much a thing.
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