Street Style At Paris Fashion Week: Pastels, Dries Van Noten Stripes and Denim

28 September 2013 by

After Milan’s week of shirting, tailoring and glossy black boy’s boots plus an abundance of colour clashing – we had loads more! But with a Parisian flourish of artistry that we have come to expect from the city of love.

The Parisian Crowd Have A Penchant For Illustration [Jason Lloyd Evans]

Boyish threads are continuing to be a huge hit: from baggy boyfriend jeans to mannish trousers, double denim and shirts in every colour imaginable - not to mention the boyish brogues and tough boots. No snails and puppy dogs tails here though.

Pastels and pinks are proving to be THE way to garner fashion points. We've already spotted many a pink coat this month but the best way to work it is to load up on the milkshake hues with accessories too - make your details resemble the kids room paint charts at Homebase...

Pretty in Pink (AND Lilac, Mint and Powder Blue - Oh My!) [Jason Lloyd Evans]

Bright colours are also still ticking the Style Hunter charts in Paris with emerald silks and clashing red shoes, entire ensembles built out of primary colours, whilst flouro neon studded clutches meet tie-dyed pink tees.

Scroll through the gallery above to see all the street style looks from Paris. Stay tuned for more...


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