The Best Paris Fashion Week Street Style

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by Grazia |

The fourth and final city is busy prepping to showcase its spring/summer '18 collections to the fashion elite. Outside of the shows, the fash pack are crowding to be photographed in their finest attire. That's right, it's Paris Fashion Week.

And boy, what an event it's set to be. Paris hosts the final installment of catwalk shows and so fashion influencers must take the opportunity to debut their best clobber in one final attempt to grace the magazine pages.

And the Parisians have yet to disappoint. Renowned for their inimitable aesthetic and ability to achieve the epitome of 'chic' with ease, the PFW fash pack are always one to watch.

These are the style lessons you need to learn this season:

Rainbow Knits


Move over slogan knits, this winter we’ll be keeping snug in a colourful striped number. Whether you pair with jeans and a mac like this showgoer or dress it up with a midi and mules, it’s an item you’ll find yourself wearing on repeat.

Miniature Bags


Mini bags have been doing the rounds once again this season, and this time they’re smaller than ever. While it’s certainly not the most practical of accessory choice (cue the overflow tote bag), you outfit will look at least ten times chicer.

White Socks


Quite possibly the cheapest way to update your outfit, a pair of white socks worn with stilettos or peeking out of the top of a pair of ankle boots will give your ensemble an AW17-ready feel.

Blazers and Belts


For a simple twist on last season’s blazer, tie a belt round your waist. Add a cross-body bag and cat-eye sunnies to complete the look.

Checked Coats


If you’re going to invest in one winter coat style this autumn we suggest going for checks. Whether you plump for tartan, grey or a purple hued print like this style will instantly update your outfit.

Baker Boy Caps


A running theme spotted at all four fashion weeks, the baker boy cap is officially the accessory worth buying into to. For added style kudos try on in this season’s must-have hue, bright red, and pair with sunnies and subtle gold hoops.

Make sure to keep an eye on the best street style looks as they drop:


Paris street style SS18

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A statement coat is a wardrobe essential.

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A failsafe combo of leather trews and a chunky knit looks fresh with the addition of bright yellow bag.

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Rework a summer slip dress for autumn by layering under a white tee and pairing with ankle boots.

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Forget the so-called fashion rules, pink and red make a winning combination.

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Tick off two #tbt trends in one with a baker boy hat and a wide waist belt.

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Our favourite outfit formula for autumn: cosy knit + thigh split midi + knee high boots.

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With red the 'it' hue for AW17 it's time to invest in a pair of postbox red trousers.

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For an #ootd that will turn heads try tonal dressing.

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Our obsession with the pleated midi shows no signs of waning. This autumn we're eyeing up a metallic style...

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Whether you layer over jeans or go bare legged with kitten heels, an embroidered dress is a versatile addition to any autumn wardrobe.

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We love this showgoer's palette of red and berry tones.

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A checked coat and an orange polo will instantly elevate any outfit.

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Dress down an evening frock with a pair of tennis shoes.

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A simple knit and grey pencil skirt combo is brightened with the addition of shiny gold boots.

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Make your wrap dress last way beyond summer by layering over a pair of tailored trousers.

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This show goer proving once and for all that pink and red is the colour combo of the season.

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