Why We’ll Mostly Be Copying Miu Miu’s Super Casual FROW This Autumn

The celeb contingent at Paris Fashion Week went mad for a plunging neckline, but you won't regret a cardigan over your clavicles on the bus


by Laura Silver |
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NEWSFLASH: loads of celebrities got their tits out in Paris this week. Miranda Kerr, Cara Delevingne, Kim Kardashian and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley all wore outfits that skimmed over their boobs and showed maximum inner-boob and midriff and the media’s going mad for it. Quelle horreur!

TBF, wouldn’t you, if you had a make-up team to contour them to perfection, a stylist to tape them into optimum position and no chance of contending with bus perverts on the way home? You go Cara and Co, with your enviably displayable breasts and glamorous enough lifestyles to warrant getting them out!

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Thankfully though, the beautiful people on the front row at Miu Miu yesterday threw us a relatable bone, with unusally (for fashion week) casual style that you will want, and legit, be able to steal.

Round of applause to French actress Louise Grinberg for making a big woolly cardigan and preppy grey mini-skirt look like the most glamorous thing you could actually wear to work by adding a cute pair of silver Mary-Janes – we’ll be nicking that one – and actress Nicola Peltz’s funnel-neck white dress and flicked eyeliner is the easiest way to do 1960s we’ve seen in a while.

Special commendation to German Harpers Bazaar style editor Veronika Heilbrunner who showed that even jeans and a T-shirt can look like the best outfit you own. All you need is a bit of jazzy waist embellishment, apparently, and with this metallic belt from ASOS, that couldn’t be easier.


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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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