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This past week, the fashion world turned its eyes towards the Italians for Milan Fashion Week.
Interestingly enough, the colors were somewhat muted and tended to gravitate toward more basic colors such as black, white, and gold. Even the red wasn’t a bold red for summer, but closer to a rust red for fall. The clothing across designers still had the light airiness of warmer weather. There were many interchangeable basics that could be layered for those cooler spring nights. Most pieces are staple pieces created by many designers so you could definitely get the look for less. I almost selected 3 pieces under $100 below, but I would splurge on a nice blazer and it’s still one of the most reasonably priced blazers I could find that is still reminiscent of the designer look.
I selected a few pieces from top designers that inspire what I’d want in my wardrobe now:
Dolce & Gabbana polka dot skirt
The pattern is timeless and I love it in a longer length!
Tod’s rust red shirt
A shirt in an easy, breezy cut and bold color are a wardrobe must!
Red pinspot shirt, Wallis, $49.99
Emporio Armani white blazer
A generously cut jacket in a neutral color is so versatile!
Tibi Piqué blazer, The Outnet, $214.99