Milan Fashion Week: Favorite Looks Part 2

mfw favorites part 2


Emilio Pucci: I picked this look because of the chicness in its simplicity. The top is really beautiful and soft and looks so frothy and light. I love how they paired the feminine top with beautiful shorts and those gorgeous T-strap heels. This is a look any fashionable woman would love to wear for a night out on the town.

Bally: I love this look because of the gorgeous jewel tones combined with classic elements of trousers and an overcoat. It gives it a fun and fresh take on a classic look. Perhaps, this will be some outfit inspiration for a certain fashion law attorney!!

Roberto Cavalli: This gown is the definition of boho chic. The fringe combined with the flowy silhouette of the dress gives it an easy and fresh feel. It’s the perfect dress to throw on for a casual summer dinner in a coastal town.

Ermanno Scervino: Give me a ’50s silhouette ballgown with a sweetheart neckline in a gorgeous color and fabric, and I will tell you its the most beautiful gown I’ve ever seen. And, this really is one of the most beautiful gowns I’ve ever seen. It’s flirty in its flounce and elegant in its royal blue color. Beautiful gown!

Jil Sander: This look is really elegant and chic and is such a versatile look and can be changed up based on the accessories. I love the peek-a-boo cut out in the chest that is simple and gives it a touch of sexiness. It’s the perfect canvas for any number of looks and is a dress that will last a lifetime.

Aquilano.Rimondi: Another great coat from a fall/winter collection. I really love the color combined with the beaded detail on the inner sleeves. It gives the coat a touch of fun and sassiness. I’d love to add this little number to my collection of coats!

Dolce & Gabbana: Dolce & Gabbana is one of my favorite brands because of the use of lace, embroidery, and patterns that the design duo uses in their collection. No one does elegant Italian chic quite like this brand. I love this dress because it’s feminine and beautiful, but it doesn’t look dated. Only Dolce & Gabbana can reinvent lace and embroidery every season.

Salvatore Ferragamo: When I imagine a fashionable, New York working woman running to her fabulous job in the fall, this is what I imagine her wearing: an fun, yet professional skirt, paired with a great top, all in deep colors. This is what I aspire my work attire to be!

Trussardi: This is my favorite look of Milan Fashion Week. I would have never thought of combining two different fabric elements into one look: sumptuous, thin leather with a warm, thick knit. And, the result is just gorgeous.

Missoni: When a brand is known for its patterns, it can be hard to reinvent its look and stay fresh. But, Missoni takes its iconic zig zag print and makes it fresh. I particularly like this look, because the zig zag print on the coat is subtle, but the zig zag print on the pants is quite obvious so combining the two together creates the perfect balance of Missoni perfection!

Dsquared2: I chose this look because it’s different and it’s fun. I particularly like the marching band-esque jacket and the amazing printed tights. Pairing these two elements with a simple black skirt creates a fun look that isn’t too over the top.

Giorgio Armani: I love this top so much!! The combination of the peter pan collar and the colorful sequins with the key hole creates a top that is adorable and fun but also sexy and elegant. Love it!


Paris Fashion Week starts tomorrow! Stay tuned for my favorite looks from each day of Paris Fashion Week!


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Beeta J.

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