Just as you'd expect from their spotless style reputation, the Parisians were out in force and showcasing their effervescence this Paris Fashion Week. Wearing a mix of surprising new trends, faithful French classics and styles that have been gently bubbling for a few seasons but now have the approval of the French fashion crowd, France's capital was alight with inspired looks.
Read on to discover the street style trends we're taking home with us from this Paris Fashion Week.
1. BANANA-MILK YELLOW
Style Notes: Banana-milk yellow is the playful yet refined alternative to beige or grey, and it's become a quiet favourite of the fashion set, brightening up autumn wardrobes with a fresh hint of warmth and colour. Pairing well with sunset tones and neutrals alike, the buttery shade has solidified itself as the colour of the season.
2. KEY-HOLE CUT-OUTS
3. LOEWE INFLATED CATEYE SUNGLASSES
4. CLASSIC FRENCH FLAIR
Style Notes: At no point during the week did we forget that we were in Paris. The city's most stylish showed us exactly how the French earned their reputation as the world's chicest population; styling effortless, playful and je ne sais quoi-cool looks all weekend.
5. EVERY SHADE OF BROWN AND BEIGE
Style Notes: Whilst Londoners and New Yorkers are swapping out in their beige coats for all things grey, Parisians are sticking with warmer tones this season. Styling head-to-toe looks in all shades of beige and brown, the French fashion set confirmed their allegiance to warm neutrals.
6. THE CITY OF LIGHT
Style Notes: This Fashion Week, it was easy to understand why Paris is known as The City of Lights. Whilst the night sky was lit with dazzling street lights, the pavements were ablaze with shimmering showgoers. Favouring metallic finishes and sequinned embellishments, the crowd brought glistening glamour to the city's streets.
7. BIG BOOTS TO FILL
Style Notes: This trend might not be for everyone, but the bravest of the French style set stepped out in structural pairs of oversized black boots with dramatic square edges or big, slouchy folds.