Milan Fashion Weeks Eclectic Street Style

Milan’s Fashion Week is officially over, but we are not over admiring the eclectic looks the many attendees have provided us with over the past three days. Italy’s fashion capital was bursting at the seams with some of the world’s most fashionable men this week. There was no lack of self-expression this season; this was obvious from the get go. Milan lived up to its name of Italy’s fashionable capital with a melting pot of fashionable men of different ages, shades and who embodied different styles and trends. There were no stops as to what was worn. Some of the looks could only be pulled off in the beautiful city of Milan.

The past couple of days were the epitome of diversity. There was no shortage of brightly dyed hair, attractively patterned shirts and layers to pass around. The two styles that seemed to stick out from the crowd the most were grunge and the casual sides of fashion also known as Atheleisure. There were copious amounts of deconstructed jeans, trainers, tagged jean vests and edgy bomber jackets walking around. With all of the expressiveness going on there was still a good amount men who decided to go the traditional route in expressing themselves. Perfectly fitted suit and ties and blazers paired with tapered trousers was the featured attire of those who chose to express themselves with a more subdued selection.

The expressiveness of the off duty models, show goers, etc. were extensive examples of the casual comfort many of them exhibit in their free time. There were plenty of people already appreciating the simplistic style. Don’t wait for next year to try the looks when there are plenty of familiar options to choose from.

Try brightly hued bombers to take part in the atheleisure trend that is so apparent this season. However, if you prefer a more formal finish a wide-leg trouser with your blazer is a perfect way to classically take part in this summer’s trend. Regardless of your look, try to have fun and recreate some of the styles for a smooth summer.