Head-To-Toe Uniforms Were All Over The PFW Street Style Scene

Major Clueless vibes.

Darrel Hunter

Fashion Month comes to a close, but what will remain are the indelible outfits — namely, showgoers’ penchants for wearing head-to-toe uniforms in their street style looks at Paris Fashion Week. Tap ahead to see the ways they went preppy for the shows in the French capital.

Darrel Hunter

Beauty entrepreneur Nina Urgell Cloquell channeled the classic school uniform style, but made it modern with a pair of Dior Ground Ankle Boots and a Dior-stamped clutch in similar neutral hues.Darrel Hunter
Model Kozue Akimoto, too, gave off major school girl vibes in a plaid skirt, blazer, and overcoat. She accessorized her white button-down shirt with a simple black tie and her glossy pumps with knee-high socks.Darrel Hunter
A crisp white button and pleated skirt is the easiest way to get the preppy look. Finish it off with loafers and Thom Browne’s Hector tartan shoulder bag.Darrel Hunter
This guest put a sleeker spin on the same look in a semi-sheer white button down, black skirt, and black tie. She added but a few edgy accents like a silver chain necklace and studded black leather belt.Darrel Hunter
A less traditional approach to the micro trend is wearing a graphic printed blazer and skirt ensemble.Darrel Hunter
Experimenting with hemlines is a way to embrace the trend, too.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Fashion blogger Yuwei Zhangzou mixed plaid and stripe accents to craft her look for the Thom Browne show.Darrel Hunter
For the Dior show, influencer Jihoon Kim wore a borrowed from the boys-style uniform that included a white button shirt, black tie, gray blazer jacket and matching gray shorts.Jeremy Moeller/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
This guest had a ’40s-inspired look. She mixed her check skirt with a plaid blazer that also featured candy cane-style piping. To keep up the color coordination, she accessorized with a red and white tie, handbag, and pair of cross strap heels.Darrel Hunter
Japanese celebs Ami and Aya Suzuki turned the classic uniform on its head with these patchwork pieces.Darrel Hunter
Fashion blogger Caroline Daur’s look for the Thom Browne show put a spotlight on stripes.Darrel Hunter
There’s no harm in piling on the tartan.Darrel Hunter

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