Emily in Paris is the definition of guilty pleasure viewing. The release of the second season during another rough wave of the pandemic has brought lots of vicarious living and iconic outfits.
We thought that we would get all the fashion inspiration we need from And Just Like That, but Emily in Paris has proven yet again to think outside the box and be fun and bold with your outfits. We have rounded up some of the cutest outfits from season two that you should try and recreate this year!
Right from the start, we see that Emily has not changed her aesthetic, she has not hung up her bright and bold colours for the classic blue French blazer quite yet. Keeping with the spirit, season 2’s costumes elevate season 1’s already wacky styles while retaining everyone’s aesthetic. For example, Emily is still bold and colourful, Mindy (Ashley Park) is still sexy and confident, and Camille (Camille Razat) is still minimal and gender-neutral. Camille does change up her style a bit. She gets a slightly more avant-garde closet this season, as demonstrated by this oversized Balmain jacket with wide-leg black pants. It’s the kind of outfit a real French woman could get away with it: minimal and monochrome but styled with a bit of edge.
Emily wore many show-stopping dresses all throughout season 2, from a gorgeous two-tone black-and-white dress from Balmain but the most talked about is the pink Rotate bow-adorned mini dress that Emily wears for her birthday dinner. This dress has been a huge conversation piece and is an inspiration for many people’s various events for 2022.
Emily and Mindy are BFF goals for many reasons, not only for their insanely adorable friendship but also for their iconic show-stopping looks. In episode five, Emily absolutely rocked an Anouki heart-print dress and a Roger Vivier bag, while Mindy was stunned in a glitzy Zadig and Voltaire suit.
Finally, in the season finale, Emily looked stunning in a red tulle Giambattista Valli gown that left all fans on the edge of their seat in anticipation of the drama that is to come and more iconic looks!
Published by HOLR Magazine.