Bonjour from Paris where fashion month has just wrapped up! Read on for the looks we loved from the runways on days seven and eight of Paris Fashion Week, and click here for even more reviews from the season.
Dresses this length can tend to look too youthful or unprofessional, but McCartney remedied this with a smart cut and interesting combination of patterns.
I've always loved Sacai's Chitose Abe for her ability to do new things with horizontal stripes — a pattern I'll never get sick of. Here's a perfect example.
I'm not a huge fan of the red boots (I think they're an awkward height?), but the lavender hue and delicate lace on this dress was stunning on the runway.
I loved Sarah Burton's surprisingly simple and "cool" fall collection and it feels like we're moving towards a long, languid, bottom-heavy silhouette (ignoring that Stella McCartney dress above). What I'm trying to say is, I really like this look.
I want to be this girl. Find more jacket styling ideas right here.
Yes, this is kind of an aggressively sparkly look, but thanks to the classically chic silhouette, it's not necessarily too much (well, maybe for some).
Here's another Girl I Want to Be. The queen of dramatic sleeves, Kym Ellery, presented many looks that many chic women would want to wear in real life. The silhouettes here are perfect.
I feel like I shouldn't like this coat, but I'm weirdly into the combination of luxurious fur and streetwear-leaning puffer.
This super chic sweater makes achieving the whole half-tucked thing much easier.