The best spring 2016 Paris Fashion Week street style
And just like that, fashion month’s over. Luckily, we’ll always have the memories of these amazing Parisian outfits. Here are the best spring 2016 Paris Fashion Week street style moments.
Elena Perminova’s disco-glam look (via The Cut, photo by Youngjun Koo):
The fashion world has been all about 1970s boho lately, but a neglected treasure trove of inspiration lies just a few years away, in the disco era. Model and socialite Elena Perminova looks like a vintage Barbie in her ruffled, pleated ensemble.
Chiara Ferragni’s glittery turtleneck (via Vogue.com, photo by Phil Oh):
Speaking of disco, top fashion blogger Chiara looks like a walking disco ball – and we love it!
For a more low-key sparkly top, try our Dancing Queen Top in Black/Silver.
Ursina Gysi’s normcore vibes (via Vogue.com, photo by Phil Oh):
Unfortunately for the rest of us, we’re pretty sure you have to be as gorgeous as stylist Ursina to pull off a multi-coloured knit and what looks like a windbreaker suit.
Hanne Gaby Odiele’s walking slumber party (via The Cut, photo by Youngjun Koo):
Model Hanne basically outdid everyone by showing up in her pajamas. She looks simultaneously glamorous and SUPER comfortable!
Sofia Sanchez de Betak’s giant poncho (via Vogue.com, photo by Youngjun Koo):
Thank you, Sofia (a renowned art director), for showing us how to get away with basically wearing a blanket all day!
This plaid on plaid look (via Harper’s Bazaar, photo by Diego Zuko):
Whoever said not to wear head-to-toe patterns clearly never saw this outfit.
This girl’s seasonless style (via Vogue.com, photo by Phil Oh):
Now THIS is how you make a summer dress work in cooler temperatures. We could all stand to take style lessons from this girl.
These shrunken sweatshirts: (via Vogue.com, photo by Phil Oh):
Slightly cropped sweatshirts plus coordinating navy bottoms equals a BFF style statement worth making.
Kristina Bazan’s sheer skirt (via Vogue.com, photo by Phil Oh):
Layer a sheer maxi skirt over a basic mini and you have fashion magic.
This strange vest/dress (via Harper’s Bazaar, photo by Daiane Conterato):
Whatever you call this taupe layering piece, it’s amazing over a crop top and tights.