The best street style that we’ve spotted at Milan Fashion Week so far….
By Carlene Thomas Bailey

Bright and bold, quirky, eclectic: the street style in Milan is a lesson in not letting the grey skies dampen your look. WGSN reports

Feb 25, 2016
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Milan has only really just revved into first gear as global editors flew in for the shows yesterday, after a delayed flight that meant most of them nearly missed the Gucci show. Luckily the fashion stars were aligned and most editors made it.

While all eyes were on the stunning looks showcased on the Gucci catwalk, where historical inspiration was mixed with street style to provide a tantalizing collection (subscribers can see the full in-depth review here), there was also some serious outfit inspiration to be had outside the tents.

Here are our favourite street style looks so far:

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