Who misses the ultimate fashionista’s TV series, Sex in The City? And who’s old enough to remember it?
Well here’s 2020’s equivalent – fresh to Netflix this week- EMILY IN PARIS.
This chic new Netflix show launched late last week and I am absolutely obsessed. Yep, I spent the whole rainy weekend cuddled up on the sofa bingeing the 10-part series.
Costume designer Patricia Field, who worked on Sex and the City as well as Ugly Betty and The Devil Wears Prada, designs for the series, which follows Phil Collins’s daughter LILY COLLINS (Emily) as she navigates a new city.
So, if you haven’t watched it yet – and why not? – expect great things.
The hot new show certainly came at a good time, as the nights are getting longer and the days are getting colder. Emily in Paris allows us to live out our fashion fantasies and forget about the nightmare that has been 2020.
The lead character certainly loves a matching colour look and a statement boot and bag, and who am I to disagree?
Emily’s first day in the office didn’t disappoint, as she opted for a yellow ditsy floral print cami top and matching midi skirt, styling with an oversized black belt, a matching bag, and killer heels.
Emily’s exact top and skirt are last season’s Ganni, but I have found a great high street alternative.
Tres Chic… Next up we have this gorgeous green look from the cafe scene. Emily pairs her apple green coat with a check co-ord and a cute neck scarf, not forgetting her signature ankle boots.
It’s not stereotypically French if there isn’t a beret, and Emily nails Parisian chic, rocking a red beret paired with this season’s hottest trend, the short suit. Her gingham number looks unbelievably cute as she styles with a sensible heel and cross body bag.