Shop 5 Electric Looks from Milan Fashion Week Street Style
Say arrivederci! to monochrome dressing. This season in Milan, street style stars came to play in highly electric looks made up of striking prints, ultra-cool color combinations, and practically every vibrant hue of the color wheel. Cherry red skirts were paired with electric cobalt tops, while ultraviolet jackets were worn over neon orange shirts. Even the accessories packed a punch, be it lime-colored leather gloves or rouge-tinted cat-eye sunglasses.
After the plenty of color-blocked looks we saw throughout the collections last year, it’s no wonder these hues wound up on the streets. Though no one does it better than the Milan set, who have clearly fully embraced wearing color this season and the immense joy it can bring—just look at their smiles for proof.
Shop 5 stand-out looks from Milan Fashion Week street style below.
Why wear one color, when you can wear them all? It’s the 2022 way to neon color block.
Sergio Hudson long wool-blend coat
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Christopher John Rogers open-back striped ribbed-knit maxi dress
Valentino V-logo signature acetate cat-eye frames
Mulberry Softie cornflower blue pillow-effect nappa leather bag
Color coordinate with a stylish friend, or pick up a few style tips from both looks and make them your own.
Zara oversized blazer with pockets
Gucci x The Hacker Project Balenciaga flora skirt
Bottega Veneta 52mm round sunglasses
Loren Stewart safety pin single earring
Combine bold colors with polka dots, the more, the merrier!
Gucci Jackie 1961 small printed coated-canvas and textured-leather shoulder bag
gLoveMe women’s leather gloves
Bottega Veneta fringed open-knit cotton-blend mini skirt
Squeeze in a bright-colored layer between your skirt and jacket for an unexpected pop of color.
The Attico Anja Prism violet bomber
MM6 Maison Margiela stretch-jersey turtleneck top
Jacquemus white La Montange Le Bambino clutch
Chopova Lowena pleated stripe skirt with green belt
Paint the Town
Stop traffic in eye-catching outerwear, like Marni’s graffiti-style hand-painted coat, and work in accessories in similar hues.