♥Today we’re talking about Milan Fashion Week, but a little different. I’m not talking about fashion week itself, but about my week in Milan and fashion: what did I wear in Italy?
Milan Fashion Week
To stay in the Italian vibes, I’ll start this article by saying Ciao again! Monday I gave you tips on ways to save money on holiday, plus I showed you quite a few pictures from Milano already. Today we’re talking about Milan Fashion Week, but a little different. I’m not talking about fashion week itself, but about my week in Milan and fashion: what did I wear in Italy?
Milan Fashion Week is also very close by the way. I saw lots of models walking down the streets, it’s not really hard to recognize them. Mostly walking in plain jeans, black top, a cool bag and an iPad with Portfolio in their hands.
My Milan Fashion Week started by, of course, the first day which was traveling to Italy and going out.
It’s funny, because I brought a lot of clothes with me, but I wore only half of the amount of clothes.
Am I the only one who does that?
♥ For traveling, I always like to wear layers. In the airplane it’s usually quite chilly, so I like to wear a vest and scarf (which I can take off). I wore my Quay Sunglasses and Demontz Scarf which I eventually used as casual belt. The bag I took with me, was the Tommy Hilfiger one. The top I bought in a small shop in town, trousers from H&M and Vest from Voorwinden.
♥ This outfit, I bought in a cute shop in Italy. The top is super soft and flowy and the trousers have this.. jogging pants feeling, but they don’t look like the usual ones. The sandals are from Gabor, which I really recommend by the way. I remember buying them last year. I spotted them in a magazine and needed to have them. I had two days before my holiday and NO shop had them, until … I arrived at one shop that did: one last pair, in my size. I felt so lucky! They give your feet great support and they are super comfortable.
♥ These pictures were made inside the Church of the Duomo (everyone made pictures, so apparently it’s allowed) and on top of the Duomo. When you go into the Church, you have to be covered. So I put on my vest, closed shoes and long trousers (and changed my clothing in the afternoon). We went on Sunday, which is a great day to go, because you’ll experience a real Church service. I don’t recommend the Duomo Museum. (creepy statues and unkind guards who sush you when you laugh too hard. They were having a concert outside, so this was ridiculous) But of course it’s on you whether you want to see it or not.
♥ This outfit was on the day we went to the Parc. I bought the top at the Italian H&M, só many cool clothes now… love the new collection. The shorts are from Vera Moda, the top underneath the Marmer Top is just a plain white shirt and sandals from Gabor again. How cute is that little pigeon next to me?
♥ Last outfit, but definitely not least. Most pictures shot at the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. You’ll probably recognize the outfit from my video: rusty vest and sexy dress. When we were shooting, there was this hyper gay guy who came to us. He said he could read our hands and he started saying things about us, that were actually all CORRECT… Really funny to experience!