Get the Look: Paris Fashion Week Street Style, Part Two
Photos by Crystal Nicodemus
On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Chanel brought down the (green)house with nature-themed escapism starring a waterfall and Kaia Gerber. The show displayed awe-inspiring, colorful, feminine silhouettes that have us already clamoring for spring. Not so fast, though.
For now, we’re clearly counting on the cold weather, while taking pages from these street-style aficionados’ fall outfits. Ahead, four final (totally weather-appropriate) looks from Paris’s streets that you can shop now.
Courtney Trop‘s cozy ensemble offers a dreamy autumnal color theme. The fashion and music blogger keeps warm in a plaid, boyfriend-fit zip-up, which relaxes the finer details of the outfit—namely her retro Gucci frames and kicky leather mini.
Pernille Teisbaek‘s breezy handkerchief skirt is an unexpected departure from her wintery knitwear—proving that opposites really do attract in the most charming ways. The fluttering movement of the microprint skirt feels light and feminine, offsetting the influencer’s thicker layers.
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What’s a Fashion Week roundup without a power suit? Designer Yoyo Cao‘s soft moleskin Tibi set is a luxe iteration of the menswear trend that has us totally obsessed. The marine-blue hue is breathtaking, especially paired with crisp white boots. This is one we plan to wear from now until April.
This mixed-textile coat is a brilliant demonstration of Jonathan Anderson’s eccentric glamour at Loewe. Fashion blogger Vanessa Hong maintained the contemporary feel of the leather-paneled overcoat by pairing it with stark, mod pumps and a knitted belt bag that reminds us of a cozy winter sweater.
Just try to keep up with all of our Fashion Week coverage.