Your Guide to Shopping Emily In Paris Style

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If it seems as if almost everyone you know is talking about Emily in Paris, it’s likely because they are. The Netflix original starring Lily Collins follows the lead Emily Cooper’s life and adventure from Chicago to Paris. It’s without a doubt some of the best fashion we’ve seen since Sex and City. It’s not surprising when you consider that SATC creator Darren Star and legendary designer Patricia Field are also behind the new series.

In Paris, Emily stands out. Sure, she’s American, but there’s more to it than that. It’s her style. Emily’s sartorial choices are bold and colourful. They say, “I’ve arrived!” And we’re so happy she has. Her love of brights and designers have struck a chord with all of us at home dreaming of days in Paris. While we can’t fly, we can still shop. Below, we’ve rounded up 11 Emily-approved pieces and accessories that have that je ne sais quoi we can all use right about now.

 

Chanel Shearling/Lambskin Flapbag in White

Emily loves a good Chanel bag, but she’s not the type to go for the classics without a major twist. Instead of black, we think she might choose something standout in white. Of course, it is Paris after all, so why not do it in shearling, too?

 

UGG Classic Clear Mini

Emily’s at-home style is just as good as her street style, and she needs a pair of boots that can easily transition between the two. Make them fuzzy, hot pink, and with a waterproof translucent upper, and you’ve got this pair of UGGs.

 

Ganni Dress Organza Mini Dress

When it comes to dresses, Emily always prefers to make a statement. And Ganni’s blue-and-white airy checkered dress is guaranteed to do just that. To make it work year-round, we suggest pairing it with white tights.

 

Gucci Off-White GG Tights

Speaking of white tights, Gucci’s logo-print version might be the chicest pair you could find from here to Paris. Plus, with a growing Instagram account, they’re exactly what Emily needs for a leg up on the rest.

 

Joe Fresh Reversible Bucket Hat

With only so many suitcases to pack from Chicago to Paris, Emily understands the value of double-benefit accessories. Luckily, her fave style of head toppers from Joe Fresh delivers. The amazing reversible bucket hat is leopard print on one side and patent on the other.

 

Pandora Moments Barrel Clasp Snake Chain Bracelet and Paris Eiffel Tower Charm

Emily loves a good charm accessory. And she definitely could not resist a snake-chain bracelet with an Eiffel Tower charm. Since she takes a more-is-more approach to fashion, you know she would buy multiples for layering, too.

 

 

Prada Woven Leather Heeled Loafers With Chain

While her overall vibe might be ultra-girly, Emily understands where and when to add just the right amount of edge. Enter Prada’s stacked loafers with oversized gold hardware, which have the day-to-night appeal for walks along the Seine and nights out with Gabriel.

 

Chanel Wool/Alpaca Blouson in Pink

Most of Emily’s best power outfits include a bright Chanel jacket. On the one hand, they mean business, but on the other, they’re fun fashion statements. As if you needed more proof that some investment pieces have it all.

 

Sleeper Boudoir Pants with Feathers

Emily has the kind of style that consistently turns heads, and these pants should do the trick. A little rayon, a little fuzzy trim, they’re the kind of boudoir-inspired pants that work just as well in the bedroom as they do in the boardroom.

 

Michi Strike Legging

Emily heads out each morning on a daily run. Her go-to activewear style consists of trendy statement separates that all work together. Parisiennes will watch as she whizzes by in leopard looks that are spot on.

 

Nike x Off-White Waffle Racer Sneakers

If there’s one thing Emily appreciates, it’s a good fashion collaboration. It’s why Nike’s Off-White Waffle Racers would be her dream pair for quick trips to local market for fresh roses or to grab a croissant from her favourite patisserie.

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