THE BEST LOOKS FROM NETFLIX’S EMILY IN PARIS
Netflix’s new series, Emily in Paris, has united the jet-setters and fashion enthusiasts with its remarkable shots of Paris’ romantic architecture, a go-getter female protagonist, and her tres chic outfits. The creative genius behind the charming Emily Cooper is none other than the costume designer of the iconic 90s show Sex and the City, Patricia Field. She curated the character’s wardrobe through outfits taken from the 2019 and 2020 fashion trends to help Emily’s bubbly personality shine as bright as the Eiffel Tower at night.
Looking for new style inspiration? Read on this month’s Luxury Review to see some of our favorite outfits from Emily in Paris!
1. Tres Checkered Chic
Emily Cooper is not exactly the type to blend in. Proof? A black and white checkered suit with an eye-catching red beret and a big smile during her French class. Since the outfit is a combination of neutral colors, it helps make the shade of her beret stand out.
2. Dreamy Pastel
Emily definitely got inspired by the Parisienne dessert – macaron – in this style. Veering away from her usual vibrant shades, the charming protagonist dressed up in softer hues: pastel pink Dior beret paired with a light-colored tweed jacket.
3. The Modern Audrey Hepburn
Shopper’s Alley had to look twice when Emily floated down the stairs in a gorgeous headpiece, sultry fur coat, and a long black dress to make sure we are not seeing an Audrey Hepburn twin. The actress, Lily Collins, is known for admiring the iconic Audrey Hepburn so it’s not unlikely that she would pay her a little tribute in this style.
4. Think Pink!
Emily did not only “think pink” but actually embodies it! Her wardrobe consists of pinks in different shades — from coats to scarves. In this outfit, she layered a Fuschia-colored coat with a black and pink fur sweater.
Aside from pink, Emily does the same layering trick in multiple shades of green. She used her neon green coat at the highlight of her OOTD, and it perfectly complements her skin tone. Her love for the bucket hat trend is evident on the green plaid.
6. Thrilling Frills & Plaid
Emily took the Haute risque by pairing frills and ruffles with plaid. With the right accessories, form-fitting trousers, and a cropped plaid blazer, this combination can certainly become your next staple look
Apart from Emily’s innate confidence, the clothes help empower her through her crazy Parisian adventures. Talk to our luxury managers today to help you find a style that will empower you on your own journey towards success. #FindYourLuxury
October 19, 2020 // 0 Comment
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