Milan Fashion Week Fall 2021 has come to an end. Some brands held runway shows sans audiences. While others presented their collections digitally. Regardless, there were plenty of buzzworthy looks from the designers showing in Italy’s fashion headquarters.

The week started off with Kim Jones making his ready-to-wear debut at Fendi. Fausto Puglisi also presented his first collection for Roberto Cavalli. At Max Mara, Ian Griffiths took inspiration from Queen Elizabeth II offering quilted gilets, tartan skirts and headscarves. Jeremy Scott created two digital showcases for Moschino featuring numerous models, including Amber Valletta and Shalom Harlow.

We were soon digesting the second Prada offering from Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada, which was basically a reinterpretation of the fashion house’s signatures. Pierpaolo Piccioli gave us a mostly black Valentino collection, while Dolce & Gabbana gave us pops of color.

Keep reading for all the hits and misses of Milan Fashion Week Fall 2021. At least according to our forum members.

There’s no doubt we’re utterly enamored with French-girl style here at Who What Wear—from the items they prioritize in their closet to the lingerie brands they love as well as the subtle differences between French and American style. And as we continue in quarantine, we’re especially curious as to what exactly these chic girls are wearing at home right now. Are they sporting sweats and leggings as much as we are?

Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.

Steve Jobs

As I previously showcased with this story here, I live for the perfect handbag. What can I say, that ideal pick can instantly tie an entire look together like that. Given my adoration for bags, I often peruse my go-to stores and the feeds of some of my favorite fashion follows to inspire my handbag shopping.

And let me say—there’s currently quite the smattering of silhouettes on my dream wish list. Yes, this includes those gorgeous designer styles. And while I certainly can’t swing most of what I have my eye on, I do sometimes consider an investment style now and then that has strong cost per year. To give you a sense of the designer picks that are knockouts in my eyes, I curated a beautiful edit for you below for inspiration.

But of course, you don’t actually have to spend that much to secure an A+ bag. So I also rounded up all of the more affordable options I’m loving just as much. I’m talking everything from cute crossbody bags to functional totes.

Okay, enough talking. Let’s get to it. The best spring bags are coming your way now.

Louis Vuitton Coussin PM

This is the latest It style from Louis Vuitton. Striking and elegant.

Bottega Veneta Jodie Mini Knotted Intrecciato Leather Tote

Fashion people can’t get enough of this bag.

Loewe Puzzle Nano Textured-Leather Shoulder Bag

The new Puzzle nano is just so adorable.

Gucci Ken Scott Print Gucci Horsebit 1955 Shoulder Bag

A stunner from the Gucci Ken Scott collection.

Jacquemus Le Riviera Croc-Effect Leather Shoulder Bag

Grab that attention.

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Anyone else feel like your entire life, and subsequently, wardrobe, changed overnight when Covid-19 lockdowns began months ago? As time marches on, we all find ourselves adapting more and more to our new (for the time being, at least) low-key way of life, and even though seemingly everything is canceled these days, we don’t want to just stop looking cute. But we also don’t see much of a need for the restrictive and dressy pieces we used to wear. (Remember “night out” clothes?)

Ask any one of the number one thing they look for in an article of clothing or an outfit these days is comfort. Personally speaking, it just doesn’t feel right to be uncomfortable when at home or going to the grocery store, for example. Curious as to what fashion items my fellow editors have removed from their wardrobes (maybe for good), I made them tell me. In doing so, we’ve also made room for some new wardrobe categories to expand in our closets. Keep scrolling for all the intel and to shop items that are relevant to our changed lives.

Clothes are all about wearing! what you want and where you want! Summer is at its peak and we all want to wear cool breezy flowing clothes. Looking at the comfort we also want to look chic enough to impress all the time. So, this is your ultimate guide to beat the heat this summer and still feel the easy breezy you in these Casual Summer Outfits For Women.

1. GO PINK

Pastels are the go-to shades this summer, opt for light nude shades of pink and brown. The softness of Pastels will keep you light and in trend. This is the perfect summer outfit color choice for this season. Believe me when I say that, ‘Pastel is the new black’.

2. LAYER WITH DENIM

Layering is the go-to hack for reusing all your clothes. Mix and match with different clothes and you get a new outfit every time. Opt for a long skirt and crop top, and layer it with a shirt to protect from tanning your arms. Remove the shirt indoors and according to the setting of the place. Later wear the shirt itself with jeans or shorts or above anything you like, even a simple dress. Denim goes with everything and adds a depth to your outfit.

3.REVAMP THAT SHIRT

Gone are the days of wearing a simple button-down shirt. Style your shirt in different ways and get a new outfit every time! Tie the bottom in a knot, open the top bottoms, mismatch button your shirt to make it fall as an off-shoulder from one side or simply wear it over a crop top or vest. The options are never-ending!