An outfit that had cameras clicking

Some outfits attract the street style photographer crowd like moths to a flame. I can certifiably say that this was one of them.

When the Marni spring 2013 show ended at Milan fashion week, this show-goer could barely leave the premises; every step she took seemed to be halted by another photographer asking to take her photo. It’s the printed blue dress that draws attention in the way a peacock’s feathers do, but it’s also the pairing with mod black and white ankle boots, minimal accessories, and effortlessly tousled hair.

You can see more details of the outfit after the break.

blue dress street style

blue dress street style

blue dress street style

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