With nearly a third of Paris Fashion Week complete, showgoers are starting to get a little comfier with their day-to-day looks. Perhaps it was yesterday's streetwear-leaning runway show by Vetements — already a favorite among the street style set — that inspired the casual ensembles. But it wasn't just hoodies and sneakers that were spotted throughout the city: trusty blue denim was layered, doubled and piled on as a way chicer version of the Canadian tuxedo.
Margaret Zhang draped an oversized jean trench coat over cuffed boyfriend jeans, and juxtaposed the slouchy silhouette with more feminine pieces like a black neck scarf and pointed pumps. Other examples include a military-inspired jacket over everyone's favorite high-waisted, patchwork-butt jeans by — you guessed it — Vetements, as well as a distressed moto-style jacket paired with kick-flare jeans.
Of course, there were a few street style stars on the opposite end of the casual spectrum. Yasmin Sewell walked out in head-to-toe Gucci, while Anna Dello Russo switched from a patterned full-length cape to a, well, patterned full-length fur coat as the day progressed. (Both outerwear options perfectly matched her pink streaked hair, naturally.)