Emily in Paris has been a guilty pleasure since it released its first series, while two seasons of the show are already on Netflix, the makers are preparing for Emily in Paris Season 3 to be aired in December, and hence, we’re here to round up the Most Iconic Outfits from Emily in Paris and obviously picking our favorites.
Rightly called the newest Sex in the City, Emily in Paris gives us the perfect fashion goals that many fashionistas had a love-hate relationship with as it has a minute Sex in the City essence, as the show’s costume designer, Patricia Field, has initially worked on groundbreaking projects like Sex and the City and the Devil wears Prada, and this one is lined on a similar styling.
The show’s costume designer, Patricia Field, did a fantastic job of making Lily Collins look stunning in each and every episode of Emily in Paris.
Here is a fun look inside Emily Cooper’s closet from the hit TV program Emily in Paris. We can’t help but take a glance at the outfits Lily Collins rocked with style in each one.
Most Iconic Outfits from Emily in Paris
Despite Field’s comment to Glamour magazine that the young marketing professional may continue developing a “more refined style” as she lives in Paris for a longer period of time, her season two clothing remains consistent with her diverse season one wardrobe.
In episode eight, she arrives at her friend Camille’s family chateau in a lime yellow Self-Portrait sundress and matching blazer.
Emily meets Camille for lunch in episode five while wearing a yellow jacket, a checkered tank top, a multicolored skirt, and lavender knee-high boots. She is wearing a little crossbody purse from Dolce & Gabbana to complete the look.
In episode three, Emily emerges from her apartment wearing a pair of multicolored parachute trousers, a pink Blumarine cardigan with pink fur trim, and a plaid newsboy cap to explore a site for her birthday party.
In addition, Field claimed that wearing the character’s fingerless white gloves throughout season two was one of her favorite parts of playing the part.
A striped Versace polo shirt, a Mugler skirt, and strappy multicolored heels are all worn by the Savoir employee in the season two premiere. She adds a green coat by Elie Saab as a layer.
According to Grazia magazine, the outfit is a part of the company’s spring/summer 2021 collection and was created by Magali Pascal. The character pulls the look with huge sunglasses, platform heels, and an orange Carel bag.
Emily finds her way back to her residence in the midst of episode seven after spending the night at Alfie’s apartment.
She borrows Alfie’s navy blue suit jacket to hide her bralette and tweed Balmain skirt because she damaged her blouse the previous night, and she is also carrying her Mark Cross 1845 Mini Trunk bag.
Emily dons a cropped Courrèges jacket in the same color and a tiered tulle minidress by Valentino for a girls’ night out on the French Riviera in episode two.
In the season two premiere, Emily looks stunning in a one-shouldered Isabel Marant little dress with a crystal-studded Prada bag.
She pulls out the Natalie Dress by Danish designer Rotate Birger Christensen, which has a large pink bow in the front, to serve as the hostess of the celebration. It’s ideal for a birthday.
Emily steals the show in the mid-length heart-print dress designed by Georgia-based Anouki for the Chopard party with a Baton Rouge theme in episode five.
After Mathieu Cadault decides to stay behind in Paris in episode two, Emily exits the train by herself in the south of France. She seems perplexed but yet manages to look stylish and put together in a heavy coat, a headscarf, fingerless gloves, and big sunglasses.
In the epilogue, the Midwesterner attends the Grégory Elliot Duprée fashion show first row while wearing a high-low dress from the Giambattista Valli x H&M 2019 collaboration.
In a Vanity Fair interview, Field referred to the vivid red outfit as “a modern take on Marie Antoinette.”
Honestly, this fit is one of the classiest fits of all the looks that we’re drooling on 10/10!
Although Field told Glamour magazine that the young marketing professional may continue developing a “more refined style” as she lives in Paris for a longer period of time, her clothing for season two remains consistent with her eclectic wardrobe for season one.