Ciao Milano Fashion Week! It’s time to step into our glittery heels, accessorise with an oversized pair of earrings and grab a statement bag.
We’re waving in the glamorous new trends from MFW and showing you how to get the look with George.
1. High and dry
When it comes to being stylish during wet weather, it’s important to remember that grey skies don’t have to mean boring outfit choices. You can always jazz things up with a colourful anorak as they did at No 21.
Being comfortable, dry and warm can easily be accomplished with a lightweight raincoat. It’s a great ‘throw in your bag’ item and a colourful anorak will put a spring in your step.
2. Easily suede
For an extra dose of luxury, tactile suede like fabric is all you need. Alberta Ferretti showed a matching two-piece suede suit but you don’t have to go the whole hog.
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If you want to dip into the trend, wear one statement suede piece. Our biker jacket from George is just the ticket.
3. Graphic gingham
Gingham is here to stay a little longer. The evenly sized square print flooded the runways during fashion month. Bottega Veneta made work wear cool again.
We love trends that are easily worked into our daily lives. This red and white gingham blouse is the 24/7 top, taking you from day to night.
4. All gather together
So this season Dolce and Gabbana repurposed the ruched trend (simply known as gathering.) It’s that subtle design detail that elevates your basics.
In this seasons it colour, our George skirt is figure flattering and adds extra va-va-voom.
5. Walk on the wild side
Looking to have some fun with your outfits then why not complete your look with a leopard print item just as Gucci did.
If you’re a novice, start off small by accessorising with a leopard print camera bag. It’ll add that finishing touch to your get-up.
By Michael Temprano and Karan Rai