The Milanese fashion districts
There are several very famous areas in Milan where you can go shopping. I am only talking about some significant ones, without detracting from the others.
The most commercial area is in Corso Vittorio Emanuele and in Via Torino and surroundings.
The most chic and expensive is the area of Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via S.Andrea and surroundings.
The most suggestive is the Brera area, the area of artists and typical restaurants to eat.
We will begin our shopping tour in Milan starting from the Duomo towards C.so Vittorio Emanuele. Knowing how to choose the right shops, with my help you can spend a little and bring home many beautiful fashionable, classic and more items.
Do you fancy a garment or a designer accessory? We continue our tour in the "Fashion Quadrilateral" where we will find all the best Italian and international fashion brands. First, however, a must in one of the top pastry shops in the city. Cova, Marchesi or Sant Ambroeus are the best and will delight our palate between one boutique and another.
Continuing our tour after having "burgled" even the quadrilateral or almost given the high prices, we can reach the Brera area by metro or on foot.
If we decide for the second option we can go to Piazza della Scala where we can admire the famous theater and, if you like refined and exclusive leather goods, we pass by Valextra, a niche made in Italy.
Pamper yourself in Milan
Once you arrive in Brera after a pleasant walk among countless and splendid period buildings, it's time for lunch and to choose where to eat there is plenty of choice.
I usually go to a corner of poetry, to the restaurant "Al trash", out of the Milanese chaos and where we can taste the best traditional Milanese dishes and in the summer you can eat in an outdoor garden.
In Brera, in addition to the Pinacoteca which is worth visiting, we will find special shops and elite perfumeries such as "The merchant of Venice", a small cameo among the boutiques in the area.
Kusmi tea, if you love tea here you can find a variety of 100 tea variants from China, India and Ceylon. And then modern, vintage, industrial and design furniture galleries. and antique dealers to complete it all.
For the shopping of clothes we will continue in Via Solferino where fashion trends are the masters. And if you're tired of the usual chain stores, I'll take you to nearby Corso Garibaldi where in the most original shops we can choose clothes, shoes and much more for your exclusive and original outfits.
If you like quality and style camperos like me, there is a spectacular shop where we can go to buy them and where you can really indulge yourself because they only sell this item so fashionable.
Can we end our wonderful shopping tour in Milan without a traditional Milanese aperitif? "Caffè Fernanda" in Brera, they are ideal. The aperitif is at the museum under the porch of the Pinacoteca di Brera, but we must hurry because it closes at 7pm.
It will be hard to separate us after such a pleasant and satisfying day, made up of laughter, good food, good shopping, but it's not goodbye. but just see you next time.
Please, I want to see the photos of when you will wear the clothes that I have chosen with you with so much love and passion.