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MFW: WHAT I WORE

25.09.13

Our guest blogger, Anjeza from The Dolls Factory, has been busy reporting the hottest looks spotted in Italy's fashion capital during Milan Fashion Week. So now, we look at what Anjeza wore each day; from trousers suits, to pyjama-inspired looks and full, Fifties-style skirts - we love her eclectic fashion week style.

Day One: Deep Blue

MFW started under the cold and rain with many runway shows planned to be taking place outside. So I opted for the Reiss Didsbury dress (my favourite from the autumn collection) and took the Virginia coat with me knowing that it might be useful in such an uncertain weather.

Day Two: Suit Up

Clean-cut suits are one of the AW13 trends that I like the most. In this particular suit I love the croc-print and the medium length of the pants.

Day Three: Modern Princess

This dress made me feel like a modern princess as it flows with the wind when I walk. By now you must have understood that blue is my favourite colour for autumn.

Day Four: Flowers

On the 4th day of MFW the sun finally came out and suddenly we had summer again in Milan. This floral print dress felt like the best option to keep the summer prints going.

Day Five: The Mikado

I've always had this fascination with the style of Japanese geishas. This dress is a modern interpretation of the kimono.

Day Six: Pyjamas

The last day of MFW I felt like being as comfortable as possible and opted for this pyjama-inspired suit featuring the same prints but in mismatched colours.

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