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5 Wearable Trends from Milan Fashion Week That Will Upgrade Your Style

See our favorite looks from the runway!
5 Wearable Trends from Milan Fashion Week That Will Upgrade Your Style
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See our favorite looks from the runway!

Straight from the city that gave birth to some of the most beloved designers like Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni, and Versace, Milan Fashion Week gives us new sartorial directions to swing into this coming spring! Apart from the show-stopping runway extravaganza that Versace put up this season, below are six trends that we're mostly looking forward to:

Disco decade

We're still on the ride back to the retro decade as designers continue to pull inspo from the colorful '70s. Studio 54 silhouettes are given new life with structured cropped playsuits, plunging velvet onesies, and shiny jumpsuits. They become renewed and revamped by the accompanying accessories as seen in the statement sunnies and textured bags and shoes that came down the runway.

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Gucci

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Bottega Veneta

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Laura Biagiotti

Sheer showcase

It seems that in Milan, showing off your knickers is the latest trend to follow—as long as it's done in a tasteful way, with barely-there dresses that make a case for clever layering. Use your underpants to mix prints a la Fendi, or to get away with a fishnet-like textured dress as seen in D&G. Or, if you're quite on the conservative side, you can always make use of slip dresses to cover up a little.

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Fendi

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Dolce & Gabbana

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Blumarine

Feathery flight

Taking cues from Prada's feathery accents last spring, more feathers have emerged on the runway this season. Whether you like them stitched on dresses with subtle wisps or full on fluff of a statement, these are guaranteed to provide texture and movement in your every step.

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Alberta Ferreti

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Dolce & Gabbana

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Marni

Sock it

The humble sock gets the spotlight this season. It leaves its functional role for a more decorative one, either by providing a stark contrast or by complementing the overall look.

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MSGM

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Missoni

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Fendi

Print parade

Milanos echo the same mantra: the more prints, the better! This time, the print on print (on print) trend gets a revamp with tamer hues, quirkier prints, more mixed textures, and more experimental silhouettes.

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Daizy Shely

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Stella Jean

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Versace

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