The New Tailoring Sported at MFW FW18

Dana Mortada   |   27 - 02 - 2018

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The souped-up suit trend was seen at both Milan and Paris Fashion Week last year, and today we are starting to notice a transition into the occasional power dressing with major new tailoring. This masterful mix-and-match trend was even more vivid last week in Milan, where street style stars sported their best show stopping suit ensembles to attend the hottest runway FW18 shows in town.

 

Some opted mono-toned classic options, like all-in bright red, mustard yellow or mint green, others went with bold plaid and subtle patterns. The key to pulling it off is in the styling- dress it down with a fun T-shirt worn underneath or for after dark elevate your tailored look with statement accessories like pointed pumps and an evening clutch.

 

Get the maximum style out of your favourite tailoring with the best street style looks straight from Milan Fashion Week.

 

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