Unstuffy Suits Were All the Street Style Crowd Wanted to Wear on Day 8 of Paris Fashion Week

Office-appropriate, but make it fashion.
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Suits at Paris Fashion Week. Photos: Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (2); Imaxtree (3)

Suits at Paris Fashion Week. Photos: Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (2); Imaxtree (3)

Oversize, structured blazers have been a street style staple at fashion week for a few seasons running now. But on the eighth day of Paris Fashion Week, show attendees took things up a notch by opting for full-on suits. There were quite a few different iterations on display, from loose, relaxed fits in neutral monochromes to tailored plaids in bold colors. Though pantsuits were the more common choice, skirt suits were present, as well, with bright purple and deconstructed options helping to liven up an old classic.

Perhaps the most common take on the suit was the head-to-toe camel version sported by editors and influencers alike, often with a trench coat of the same hue worn over top. It's not hard to see the appeal: The color feels polished without being too dressy, and pairs as easily with designer loafers as a pair of sneakers. Combine it with a somewhat flowy silhouette and you have an outfit that's high on comfort and  class.

See our favorite street style looks from day eight of Paris Fashion Week in the gallery below.

In case you missed it, catch up on our favorite looks Paris Fashion Week from days one, two, three and four, as well from over the weekend, in the gallery below.

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