Fashion

The Best of Street Style at Paris Fashion Week

Karen Davidson
Jan 26, 2021

Paris Haute Couture Week 2021 has just started, and all Maisons are showing off their gorgeous fall styles. But if you were wondering how to turn those dramatic outfits from the catwalk into everyday styles, look no further. These are the best looks from event-goers during the first day of Paris Fashion Week.

A Pop of Color

Stylist Estelle Chemouny wears a long beige overcoat and black shirt and pants at Paris Fashion Week

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Fashion stylist Estelle Chemouny knows how to make a winter outfit look elegant and visually interesting. Mixing a khaki oversized coat, a leopard print belt and a red Alaïa handbag, she proves it is possible to have some fun with colors even in the coldest season of all. Adding colorful elements to a monochromatic ‘core’ outfit is a simple, but chic way to make your outfit more stylish.

Discreet Color-Blocking

Guest at Paris Fashion Week wears black overcoat and green shoes

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Slight pops of color seem to be the unspoken fashion rule this season. Wearing an otherwise simple outfit, this guest elevated the entire get-up by choosing green leather shoes. Combining black and white elements like her Wandler handbag, overcoat, and flared pants with colorful shoes turned her outfit into a fashion statement. Just like monochromatic looks, neutral colors look very fashionable when combined with a single pop of color.

Elegant Black & White

Natalia Verza wears all black at Paris Fashion Week

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Who says all-black looks have to be boring? Combining her monochromatic outfit with studded boots and a white Alaïa handbag, Natalia Verza proves you don’t need much to elevate your look. Something to learn from this outfit is mixing and matching fabrics. When wearing a completely monochromatic look, it is a good idea to create some visual interest by combining different textures in your clothing articles.