HOW TO DRESS LIKE EMILY IN PARIS

Netflix’s Emily in Paris follows the life of a young adult chasing her fashion career in no other then the fashion capitol itself, Paris. Considering this we were bound to see some bold fashion moments from Emily and the cast. After spending our weekend watching and dreaming about them, we’ve bought together her iconic looks and found some pieces that can help you create these chic, elegant and jaw dropping looks.

We’ve delved into her wardrobe as much as we could and found her top 3 bold moments revolve around

  1. Bold Coats/Jackets
  2. Floral Dresses
  3. Check Moments

BOLD COATS & JACKETS

We’ve noticed that Emily has a killer set of bold, colourful statement coats in her wardrobe, She kills it every-time by spicing up her simple outfit with a jacket that’ll have all eyes on you instantly.

Below are some of BB’s boldest jackets that will give you a taste of her life (here’s hoping)!

Create that exact bold PINK outfit Emily effortlessly pulls off with our Tru Blazer Pink, featured above, and our Loretta Mini Skirt Pink. Add one of our pink knits, a pair of boots and your’e ready to go!

FLORAL DRESSES

Emily loves a floral, chic dress paired with a belt around the waist. Especially a flowy maxi one. Such a simple look to recreate and perfect for this months weather!

Check out some of BB’s best options below!

CHECK MOMENTS

Check is so in! (especially if Emily is wearing it). Throughout the show we see her in Check jackets, skirts, coats and dresses. Paired with either simple pair of jeans and boots or a matching skirt and heels.

Check out BB’s best pieces below and even create the iconic Emily check moment with our Ayda Coat Houndstooth as featured above, and our Silver Linings Skirt, add a simple white tee and a pair of black heels!

We all love and envy Emily in Pairs’ style and fashion moments! Hopefully these pieces above can help you live out your dreams and recreate her iconic looks from the show!

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