Fashion - February 26, 2019

STREETSTYLE INSPO: The hottest trends from MFW 2019

Global capital of pret-a-porter, Milan is during every fashion week a breeding ground for the hottest trends of the coming seasons to be found out.

Milan Fashion Week 2019 just came to an end and declared again the streetstyle one of the most reliable trendsetter. The trends from the runways are, indeed, reflected in the streets and worn by all the super updated IT-girls who unanimously announce an oversized and colorful style for the next winter. No worries about the fate of our beloved bike pants that, if for this season just gave a shy anticipation of their infinite variants, for the next seasons will be the real protagonists of the streets, starting from this spring.

In particular the trends that inspired the most photographed looks of the Milanese streets have been four:


Leaving behind the old tradition that wants it as a mere summery shade, baby blue (above all in its allover variant) is a keyword for your Autumn outfits. Underlining again the trend that wants pastel shades as must-haves colors, candy pink will be your spring ally and light blue in its lightest nuances will be the perfect partner for the colder seasons. From Caro Daur to Linda Tol and Xenia Adonts, many have been the fashion addicts who made of this palette a real for your coming wardrobe. It is super cute in allover when it deals with suits or jumpsuits but if you can’t deal with the obsession of looking like a cool version of Smurfette, don’t worry you can try it in its coolest matches with: denim, white and brown, possibly in an animalier texture.



The most elegant combo is back on track: black and white during the last mfw has been the most photobombed of all. An evergreen that never goes out of fashion both mixed both in its most classical patterns like check or pied de poule. It’s perfect for your mix-and-match options combining not only colorblock patterns but also different textures and volumes: try to match black vinyl pants with a pied de poule coat…glam will be the keyword.



The leather coat is undoubtedly the coolest outerwear for next Autumn. No throwbacks to the traditional leather biker jacket that left its place as a mid-season statement to oversized and trench coats. It is absolutely cool in its vinyl variant with a waist belt and trendy nuances like petrol green, peach, camel and flame red with the possibility of considering even a dark blue option. Wear it with sneakers for a more casual look or match it with over the knee boots for an absolutely glam effect.



Despite for years fashion has wanted the bag as an invisible and unnecessary accessory, this year rules “the bigger the better” trend. The more we see it the more we like it! The maxi bag is again a must-have as well as the protagonist of every fashion approved look. To prefer, sacrificing comfort for something more a la mod, handbags and clutches. Their maxi versions are indeed on the whishlist of the most fashion conscious personalities and together with Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Celine, the most wanted is the new Margiela Glam Slam clutch with its voluminous texture.

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