Ciao, bella! The showgoers of Milan Fashion Week are now departing for the runways in Paris, and what sartorial inspiration they’ve left in their wake. This season, the street style crew embraced pajama dressing and the cozy Danish hyggephenomenon in new and wonderful ways, proving that getting decked out for the photographers outside the shows doesn’t have to mean sacrificing comfort. There were silk pants with fuzzy, furry moccasins, overcoats with easy button-down blouses, and white denim (yes, after Labor Day) with slides and thin silk scarves. It was as if the most stylish travelers were living that dolce vita life, valuing ease over edge and backing away from full lewks—though, unlike most locals, they probably didn’t squeeze in that classic afternoon nap.
In the spirit of what seemed like a much more chilled-out Milan Fashion Week, here are five ways to get the breezy-chic wardrobe that defined the last few days of shows.
Elizabeth and James Tracey floral-jacquard jacket, $565, net-a-porter.com; F.R.S. For Restless Sleepers Rea Russian foulard-print silk-twill pajama shirt, $771, matchesfashion.com; F.R.S. For Restless Sleepers Russian foulard-print silk-twill pajama bottoms, $575, matchesfashion.com; Ancient Greek Sandals Semele leather sandals, $200, net-a-porter.com; Aurélie Bidermann turquoise scarab pendant, $285, aureliebidermann.com
Gucci New Flora print silk pajama pants, $1,296, farfetch.com; Thomas Pink Grace oxford shirt, $165, thomaspink.com; Sandro mid-length coat in wool and cotton, $680, sandro-paris.com; Garrett Leight Club House glasses, $335, garrettleight.com; Laura Lombardi mini hoop earring, $94, lauratlombardi.com; Prada fur moccasin ankle boots, $1,100, barneys.com
Equipment Adalyn printed washed-silk shirt, $270, net-a-porter.com; Simon Miller wide-leg frayed jeans, $343, farfetch.com; Hermès Colliers de Chiens silk twilly scarf, $160, hermes.com; Givenchy chain-trimmed leather sandals, $795, net-a-porter.com; Tom Ford black Chris aviator sunglasses, $495, ssense.com