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Women’s Paris Fashion Week Street Style

The last fashion week of the season arrived in Paris this week, bringing crowds of influencers and fashion lovers to the city for the final round of AW18 shows. We’ve rounded up our favourite street style looks and taken a look at some key emerging trends from the week.

Stripes

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Continuing on from London and Milan’s fashion weeks, stripes have been a key trend in Paris both on and off the catwalk. Vertical stripes in particular are set to make a comeback and there’s great scope for styling this trend in your own wardrobe, whether you opt for a monochrome look or want to inject some colour into your ensemble.

Gold and yellows

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You might expect dark, earthy shades from Paris, but street style this time around has been all about colour. Although darker tones featured heavily on the catwalk, industry folk headed out into the city in an array of bright colours.  Gold and yellow shades were spotted often, whether styled throughout a whole outfit or incorporated in one key piece for a statement splash of colour.

Bright reds

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The colour blocking trend is still going strong and bright red was everywhere at Paris Fashion Week this time around. Styled by fashion-forward influencers in every way imaginable, this exuberant shade is sure to be brightening up our wardrobes later in the year. For a splash of on trend colour in your own outfit, look to bright red accessories or outerwear.

Rainbow palettes

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If you can’t choose just one shade to use as a focal point, why not combine them all? This season’s cycle of fashion weeks has shown fashionistas around the world doing just that, with the rainbow trend taking over in key designer collections as well as on the street. Clashing colours and prints have been everywhere this season and this loud, vivacious style isn’t going away anytime soon. Take inspiration from ’80s fashion and step out of your comfort zone by bringing a multitude of shades and prints into your wardrobe.

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