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We have already revealed the main codes of "Parisian chic", in turn for the no less fashionable capital. Milan it girls keep up with their neighbors. Renowned style icons Giovanna Battaglia and Chiara Ferragni were joined by new street style stars - Gilda Ambrosio and Georgia Tordini, the creators of the Attico brand, the very girls who gave the world the most “instagram” cape dresses. We found out what is behind the dolce vita style. We warn you right away, business is not limited to dresses in the Dolce & Gabbana style for a long time.
Lack of rules
The most important rule of Italian style is the absence of rules. As Giovanna Battaglia shared in an interview: “Be yourself as much as possible, don't be afraid to express yourself and wear what you like, even if it looks wild. Fashion is a tool that helps us enjoy life. " So, the inhabitants of sunny Italy act precisely on this principle.
Play of colors
Calling Italians minimalists will not turn your tongue - they are never afraid of color. It's easy to combine all the colors of the rainbow in one bow. And most importantly - it looks completely organic on them, because fashion is a fun game for them.
Combination of textures
In a country famous for its textile industry, it is a sin not to take advantage of the abundance of fabrics. Embroidery, fur, velvet, silk - Italians skillfully combine all textures.
It should be not just bright, but eye-catching. Whether it's a bag, brooch, sunglasses, necklace or earrings. The image shouldn't be boring.
Beauty requires sacrifice. Minor but demanding. Feminine Italians never miss a chance to walk graceful heels. And it doesn't matter - with jeans, sweatpants or a dress.
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