StylistNomad's Top 20 Milan Streetstyles A/W 16

Milan Fashion Week style recap on the Italian streets, with curtasy images by Phil Oh, Harpers Bazaar and Vogue. There are so incredible styles this season, but I narrowed it down to my selected Top 20 favourite looks for autumn 2016. 

This look is so effortlessly chic, and simplistic. Its perfect for a casual everyday look. I also enjoy the use of colour selected... the burnt orange is very popular this season.

Now, one of the main reasons I love this look, is the 70s inspired style. I have seen a lot of this era on the runway as well as on the streets. With touches of fringe 2015/2016 style, the Gucci satchel is adorable, the camel colours for outerwear is a popular colour trend, and the added john Lennon's make this outfit complete.

This is a really cool style, with the asian inspired street wear. The shades make this outfit look trendy, and of course the gold and black chained clutch. 

As I mentioned earlier, the camel colour is an essential colour for this season. Its warm and cozy and is such a smooth contrast against the black handbag, and grey sweater underneath. 

Wow, now I honestly wouldn't have thought of these two styles mixed together, and the colour choice. But I think it looks stunning, so chic, so trendy and the heels are beautiful with the outfit. The horizontal lines on the top, really coordinate well the with large pockets on the skirt and the black diamond print stilettos. 

Prints Prints Prints! I see a lot of gorgeous styles in check prints, horizontal/vertical plaids, and geometric this season. The pop of red and white is so classic, especially paired with the sophisticated stilettos, and then the chocolate statement clutch. Absolutely love.

These two are definitely the fashionistas, with the choice of a geometric printed dress in cobalt on the right. Then the over-coat with "hopefully" faux fur, and the rose-gold shades are flawless. Then her friend on the left is wearing a simple black sweater, and taupe trousers. Then for accessories she is wearing a gorgeous satchel in clementine orange, a gold-metallic choker (super trendy) and some classic black shades. 

I really enjoy this dress...a lot. It reminds me of the current collection in Zara, but also elegant like Valentino. The ruffles under the dress are classic, and very chic and the touches of red are incredible, especially on the lips and pumps. 

This look is very sophisticated and I very much enjoy the print selection and the blush-pink heels. The style brings me back to the 50s, and is very fashionable for the streets of Milan. 

What really caught my eye was the colour, and the lips on her bag. I love the colour of deep purple, and the plaid print is super trendy this season.  

Have I ever told you, I absolutely love lace? It is one of those materials that never looses its trend, it always works with multiple textures and colours and looks effortlessly chic on tanned skin. This is a very sensual look, very trendy and classic.

The layering in this look is on point. A lightweight dress-shirt, layered with this incredible grey toned dress. The slit on the side makes it so classic and sexy. Also with the added jeans underneath in blue is a hidden detail I adore. The camel coloured pumps are a perfect element to this look, and the clutch was made for the outfit.

Military green is my true love. Especially for the autumn season. I love the suit, paired with the black dress shoes and cream-coloured bag. 

This is a great look, and really gave me an inspired idea for my next outfit. I love the fish-net lace detailing on the skirt, and the simplicity of the white dress-shirt. The shades add a pop of excitement and of course the metallic loafers.

Really interesting choice of colours paired with the navy/rust clutch. It looks like a very comfortable sweater dress, and the vertical lines are super figure flattering. 

Ah, lovely Chiara wearing a gorgeous printed dress. This is a great mix of colours and the hidden small black wallet on the side is a really cool and trendy idea this season. 

The chocolate-leather coat is perfect for this autumn, and the added blue bow scarf is very stylish. My favourite part of this look is definitely the burgundy and black handbag.

Bring me back to the 70s boho chic, and tribal hippy prints. Loving the fringe on this poncho, it's definitely a great piece to own in your wardrobe. The print is so clean and fresh for the season, and those camel-coloured heels are adorable!

Finally, my favourite colour. It's so clean and effortless, the texture on the balmacaan coat is very classy with the added shades of grey,  and the white coloured clutch is flawless. The rounded shades are also super trendy in Europe right now.


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