The street style at Milan Fashion Week is always fabulously over the top, with look-at-me accessories and head-to-toe designer looks. This year's outfits have been as loud as ever, with a constant stream of Gucci loafers, handbags and embellished jackets. The Gucci obsession shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon, as this is still the one label that the Milan set is backing in a big way.
So far, our best looks include Attico's Giorgia Tordini wearing a textured leather trench coat with the brand's latest It shoes: black pumps with silver embellishment along the toes. We also love Tamu McPherson's elegant all-camel outfit, which she updated with sporty socks and statement oversize earrings.
Scroll through the gallery below to see our 13 favourite street style looks from Milan Fashion Week so far.
Style Notes: As we reported last week, slogan T-shirts and sweatshirts with red writing on white are trending, and we love this Ganni sweatshirt.
Style Notes: The Gucci obsession isn't going anywhere, and Giovanna Battaglia-Engelbert paired her wide-leg flares with a red-and-white Gucci bag.
Style Notes: Attico's Giorgia Tordini wore a textured leather trench coat with embellished black pumps.
Style Notes: White ankle boots have been one of the key shoes this fashion month, and we love how Caroline Issa paired hers with a bright orange coat and jumper.
Style Notes: Milan Fashion Week is made for Gucci's maximalist styling, and model Hari Nef paired her snake-detailed Gucci fur coat with red four-strap sandals and lace tights, proving that more is more in Milan.
Style Notes: Tamu McPherson proved that nothing looks more expensive than head-to-toe camel. She updated this classic ensemble with of-the-moment statement earrings and sporty socks.
Style Notes: We love this colour combination on Linda Tol, as the bright blue shirt looked striking against the rusty orange coat.
Style Notes: And here we have another Gucci winner from Caroline Issa, who wore a tailored blue-and-white jacket covered in an elaborate print and paired with a red handbag.
Style Notes: Gilda Ambrosio is always our best dressed in Milan, and she brightened up her jeans and T-shirt with a pair of spotty heels from Attico's next collection.
Style Notes: Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, the editor in chief of Vogue Arabia, looked elegant in a white shirt, a coat artfully slung off her shoulders and statement boots.
Style Notes: Net-a-Porter's Lisa Aiken (our new style crush) wore a checked jumpsuit with '80s-style white stiletto heels.
Style Notes: This is one of the boldest Gucci looks we've spotted in Milan so far, and we love how Veronica Heilbrunner clashed her Pepto-pink trousers with a red handbag and red-and-white printed coat.
For more street style inspiration, see the best looks we spotted during London Fashion Week.