MFW AW15 | Costume National Street Style

April 13, 2015

Just I promised on Instagram, last week I slacked off in monumental level… the weather was ridiculously beautiful and it was just impossible not to want to make the most of it… so yeah I sort of abandoned the blog and now I’m feeling crazy guilty about it (specially since I am just ridiculously behind on the posts).

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So I hope you’re still up for my FW related posts since there are just so many more to come… :)

So today is the turn for Costume National Street Style (and a little bit of Just Cavalli)… yeah we’re still only on day 2 of Milan Fashion Week oops!

So yeah, there was only a little bit of Just Cavalli since the loccation was pretty cramped and we thought it’d just be better to run directly to Costume National to catch all the arrivals.

I bet the venue was beautiful inside but I was not a huge fan of the scenery for street style… it was a sort of garden (not a beautiful one at that) and a bunch of trees that would make tons of shadows that one had to work around to avoid having super contrasted images…

Anyways, I know I keep promising but I swear the photos will get better… specially the Roberto Cavalli Street Style which I must say was my favorite of the whole MFW (can’t wait to show you!)

Now I’m off because the day is beautiful and it feels like such a waste to be indoors for too long!

Have a great week!

All photos by me. All rights reserved. © Ylenia Cuéllar.

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  • Rachel April 13, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    Love the colors in this look.

  • alice April 14, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    I really like it!

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  • Andrea Carro April 15, 2015 at 7:23 pm

    me encanta por completo cada look. Son pura inspo


  • sandy April 16, 2015 at 11:11 am

    How original it is :)
    Bisous de France

  • Silk & Salt April 20, 2015 at 2:45 pm

    Really cool!

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