A stunning cast and a heavy dose of French fashion, that’s what Emily in Paris airing on Netflix is all about. An absolutely binge-worthy show that serves you breathtaking visuals of Paris and sartorially covetable moments. From berets to classic silhouettes and abstract prints, it’s hard to pick a single favourite look. Hence, we decided to shortlist the most fashionable ensembles from Emily’s wardrobe that you would love to own.
But, before we dive into this fashion fantasy, allow me to give you a sneak-peek into the plot. The show is centered around a Chicago based pharmaceutical marketing executive who is sent to Paris to provide a French luxury marketing firm with an American perspective on things. Why? To revamp their social media strategy.
While Emily juggles through new adventures, the French way of conduct, the city’s sensual pleasure, and their language, her French wardrobe transition will leave you smitten.
Even though Emily slays in luxury couture, the standout point remains the refreshing move of the costume world, featuring clothing from contemporary designers and affordable brands that range from Sandro to Kate Spade and Ganni.
Read on to find out Emily in Paris looks approved by us..
Dressed for Paris
For her first day at work, Emily’s outfit screams her love for the city. Sporting a sheer blouse with the cityscape that includes the Eiffel Tower from Alice + Olivia, Emily teamed a snakeskin skirt from Ronny Kobo.
No look is complete without the right mix of accessories and shoes, hence complimenting her outfit, Emily paired her Aldo handbag with Christian Louboutin pumps.
Feminine with a bit of edge, Emily’s love for clashing prints, bright colours, and florals on florals- we love! Styled in a silk dress by Ganni, the look was completed with a black waist belt from Rag & Bone.
Her first night out in town!
Princess-worthy and classic, Emily for her first press event, dressed up in an Alexandre Vauthier strapless top with a black tulle skirt. Both the creator, Darren Star, and the legendary costume designer, Patricia Field, known for styling Carrie Bradshaw’s unapologetic style from S– and the City, played their magic yet again with this look.
Try finding a more Parisian look
Emily steps out in a Veronica Beard checked suit set, accessorized with a red beret and Chanel Lambskin Flag Bag to attend her first fragrance shoot. For the coming winter season, check out Topshop or ASOS for a similar black and white checked co-ord skirt and blazer to exude the Parisian Vibe.
Nothing beats a stunning casual-chic ensemble that makes heads turn. And that’s what Emily did. She dropped two stunning summer looks made for those lazy Sunday brunches. Her one-piece mini off-shoulder puffed balloon sleeve dress and Dolce and Gabbana floral print dress with a waist belt make them the essential summer wardrobe.
THE Audrey Hepburn moment
In episode six, Emily channels her inner Audrey Hepburn’s character from Funny face with a black dress by Christian Siriano. Standing tall in shoes by Cosmoparis, Emily looks impeccable in the off-the-shoulder black dress detailed with chevron print and that blingy bag.
Dressed to kill in shocking pink
One piece of clothing that stands as the defining piece in Emily’s wardrobe is her shocking pink Kenzo trench coat paired with a tie-dye sweater. To complete her look, Emily carried a calfskin and gold-tone metal beige flap bag along with a coin purse by Chanel. To add a dose of drama, she wore a chic pair of mismatched earrings, which are hard to ignore.
Winter done right
On a trip to Camille’s family chateau, Emily nails a cozy chic ensemble by Essentiel Antwerp along with bright yellow rainboots by Aigle. The baby pink woolen cap and multicoloured sweater want to make us snuggle!
Florals on florals
For her final look of the season, Emily opts for a floral puffer jacket and floral dress by Off-White paired with a pink beret and black gladiator boots.
Emily in Paris looks have all the fashion goodness one needs to soak in. We can’t wait for the next dose of high-octane fashion moments in Season 2.