Hello 1970s! Milan Fashion Week was all about the organic, relaxed vibe. Flared pants, neck scarves, suede, fringe, ponchos, tie dye… we saw it all!
Flared trousers with tucked-in shirts, both in bright colors, create a long and lean silhouette that make your legs look miles long. Patterned neck scarves bring all the attention up to your face and go with everything!
The best thing about ponchos? You can’t get much more comfy! Today’s ponchos are all about the fringe, which gives them fantastic movement.
With its crazy bright combinations of swirled colors, tie dye is right at home at summer festivals. But at work? These dresses from Milan are decidedly tie dye inspired, but with tasteful color choices these dresses are more reminiscent of a watercolor print instead of street fair swirls.
Imagine your coat dramatically billowing out behind you, with oversized lapels framing your face. Say hello to the duster! You’ll feel like you’re walking the runway yourself in these light-weight, knee-length (or longer!) coats.
The 70s influence continues with bouquet belted jackets and coats. These aren’t your ordinary belts: this year it’s the wider the better and simply tied. These relaxed belts are an easy way to pull an outfit together in an organic way.
Chic and versatile, python print is all the rage! In nude tones it can be paired with almost anything, and it easily transitions from the workplace to your night out. Want these designer looks without the designer price tag? Check out Altuzarra’s target collection – it’s full of this fabulous print!