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4 Styling Tips from Liz and Laureen Uy's Milan Fashion Week OOTDs

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4 Styling Tips from Liz and Laureen Uy's Milan Fashion Week OOTDs
Score styling tips here!

Liz and Laureen Uy's snaps from Milan Fashion Week were rife with styling tips, and we couldn't help but gush over the sisters' serious street style. Here, we've rounded up their looks, plus a few fashion tricks you can employ this season. See for yourself below!

1. Jeans, jeans, jeans.

Liz makes it official: jeans are a fashion girl's best friend. Check out how Liz spruced up the closet staple and turned them into a fashion week hero:

Baggy jeans are in! To balance out their loose silhouette, style them with structured pieces and geometric prints.

Double denim still works. But give it a contemporary twist by going for logofied pieces, a cute belt bag, and a polarized oversized sunnies.

Give your mom jeans a stylish retro vibe with a brightly-colored vintage button-down.

2. Turtlenecks are a fashion must.

Trust Laureen to turn this basic garment into a stylish piece you'll want to wear over and over again, especially when you travel.


Tonal dressing never looked this polished. Take a look at how she paired different silhouettes: To keep her oversized jacket from overwhelming her petite frame, she wore a deep brown turtleneck that fits close to the body. 

The brighter the look, the better, according to this highlighter-inspired outfit from the younger Uy sister. Who knew lemon yellow could look so cool paired with an emerald turtleneck?

3. White accents are this season's hottest add-on.

Forget about how high maintenance white-colored garments can be for a minute, because an ivory-hued accessory is the quickest way to update your current look.

4. When in doubt, go print on print.

Throw a powerful fashion punch via a print-on-print pairing. While this styling trick has been around for a while, you can update the technique by reaching for a tropical print. But this simple tip in mind to avoid looking like a hot mess: Add a solid-colored piece to break up the pattern-filled look. You can do this through your bag, as Liz does, or by layering a shirt underneath like Laureen.