Milan Fashion Week SS19 Street Style Flaunted Streetwear Staples

Waist packs, bucket hats and chunky sneakers.

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Milan Fashion Week has wrapped up its Spring/Summer 2019 womenswear season, leaving us with another round of bold street style. This time, the Italian fashion capital’s show attendees leaned towards the streetwear side of the spectrum, opting heavily for bright hues and statement patterns such as plaid, leopard print and the Burberry check.

Street style regulars Off-White™ x Nike, Balenciaga‘s Triple-S, Burberry and Prada‘s printed bowling shirts came through with their newest editions, while branded waist packs and bucket hats populated the accessories section. Many outfits relied on color statements, with particular emphasis on the purple, blue and pink shades for tonal pieces, as well as neon accents on footwear, such as the highlighter-yellow touches on the Louis Vuitton Run Away Pulse sneaker and Triple-S, as well as the all-over neon green Reebok and “Hi-Res Orange” adidas YUNG-1s.

Check out our Milan Fashion Week SS19 street style shots above and be sure to follow our coverage for Paris Fashion Week, which is taking place right now.

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