The Street Style Crowd Wore Printed Button-Down Shirts on Day 1 of Milan Fashion Week

It's an easy way to look polished as showgoers ease themselves into another full week of new collections.
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Printed blouses at Milan Fashion Week. Photos: Imaxtree (3), Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (1)

Printed blouses at Milan Fashion Week. Photos: Imaxtree (3), Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (1)

We officially touched down in Milan on Wednesday, which means that we've hit the halfway mark of fashion month. There's a number of upcoming runway shows to look forward to: Fendi, which debuted its Spring 2019 collection on Thursday, as well as Prada, Moschino and Versace.

With an exciting schedule ahead, we noticed that the street style crowd took it a little easy when it came to getting dressed on the first day of Milan Fashion Week. Instead of head-to-toe designer looks or trend-heavy ensembles, showgoers decided to opt for printed button-down shirts, from the popular snakeskin print to eye-catching geometric motifs. It's a solid choice and an easy way to look polished as the fashion crowd eases itself into another full week of shows and collections.

See our favorite street style looks from day one at Milan Fashion Week in the gallery below.

In case you missed it, see our favorite street style looks from London Fashion Week.

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