Paris's Best Fashion Week Street Style From Spring/Summer 2020 Is A Lesson In Transition Weather Dressing
Last but certainly not least on the fashion month calendar: Paris is here. Chanel, Givenchy, Dior, and Chloé are just a handful of the power players that show during the last of the big four fashion cities. And at nine days long, Paris Fashion Week is also the longest of them; this means you can enjoy the best Paris Fashion Week street style from Spring/Summer 2020 for a long while to come.
The week started off on a rainy note, but the drizzle didn't keep attendees away — guests arrived to Dior's buzz-worthy show with umbrellas in hand. But aside from the rainy day essentials, Day 1 brought out tulle skirts, plaid outwear, and pearl-embellished attire from the brand's previous seasons. At Marine Serre, the crowd arrived in edgy-cool ensembles, many including the brand's signature moon print. And on the streets outside of Koché, Rochas, and Maison Margiela, show-goers opted for everything from bold suits to the iconic Tabi boots. As for what else you can expect to see this week? Parisians (and the fashion crowd visiting) are wearing their sharpest suits, trendiest bags, and coolest boots. And if you tune in on Instagram, you're bound to see pictures of the Eiffel Tower, a Café de Flore cappuccino, and croissants, too.
Whether you need a little style inspiration or some ideas on which It-bag to splurge on this fall, see the best looks that the week has to offer, below. And don't forget to keep checking back, because there's loads more street style to come.
Alyssa Coscarelli and TZR's Lauren Caruso sported coordinated looks that are ideal for transitional weather.
Garage Magazine's fashion director Gabriella Karefa-Johnson exhibited how to mix prints, without looking too over the top.
Aemilia Madden layered both a tie-dye tee from Veda and a blazer over a Maggie Marilyn dress.
Dress up a relaxed pair of jeans with a polished peplum blouse and embellished heels, as showcased by Bettina Looney.
Jeanne Damas dressed up denim with a blouse, blazer, and black heeled sandals.
Elle.com's style director Nikki Ogunnaike wore a plaid suit from Altuzarra with a graphic tee underneath. She took the look a step further with a pearl sunglasses chain connected to her playful heart-shaped sunnies.
Tiffany Hsu exhibited this season's emerging styling trick: trousers tucked into boots.
Kat Collings upped the ante of a neutral look by playing with texture.
TZR's Lauren Caruso holds a lavish pearl bag from Alameda Turquesa. The rest of her look consists of vintage boots, a pleated skirt from The Frankie Shop, and a zip-up top from Nomia.
Teen Vogue's Lindsay Peoples Wagner styled a romantic dress with tough Prada brogues. Aimee Song meanwhile, opted for a full neutral look complete with Bottega Veneta's ultra-trendy footwear.
Tiffany Hsu wore the ideal October ensemble, pairing a terra cotta jacket with a leather top and boots.
Senior Fashion Editor Aemilia Madden styled a polished blazer from Rokh with a sporty crop top and vintage denim.
There's no shortage of sharp suiting in Paris this week. Sherri McMullen opted for a cool navy duo by Jacquemus along with Bottega Veneta heels.
Instead of a silk scarf, try a crochet style to add a bit of texture to your look.
Yasmin Sewell proves that a simple outfit can be entirely sophisticated.
Xenia Adonts brought a little sunshine to the streets of Paris despite the gloomy weather, wearing a punchy yellow ensemble.
Jeanette Madsen wore a tonal look, styling a balloon sleeve mini dress with coordinating gray boots and Wandler handbag.
Classic trench coats are a major trend for Fall, but try a slightly unexpected take like Nausheen Shah's convertible, caped style.
After a major runway, models tend to opt for casual-cool ensembles that usually include jeans, sweats, and sneakers.
Take a break from your usual jeans and tee combination by swapping in a full denim jumpsuit like Veronika Heilbrunner.
Paloma Elsesser styled a graphic dress with a grey Telfar bag and crystal ear cuff.
Maria Bernad stayed (partially) dry in practical bucket hat. The trend-setter wore a plaid blazer with matching bright red socks and Mary Janes from Dior.
Aimee Song went with a bleach-dyed jumpsuit and Dior's white saddle bag. The influencer made the best of the sub-par weather with a clear umbrella.
Sami Miro attended the Mugler show wearing a tailored blazer and high-heel thong sandals The combination is trendy to be sure, but by sticking with classic pinstripes, it's also classic and sophisticated.
Tulle was a go-to for many show-goers at Dior. This attendee paired her black tulle skirt with Dior's Saddle Belt and a simple graphic tee.
This group of three made a striking appearance in coordinated red ensembles.
Caroline Issa opted for a bold take on the suiting trend outside of the Marine Serre show.
This printed jumpsuit makes a statement on its own. This show-goer kept the rest of her look minimal with barely any jewelry and a simple black bag.
Pernille Teisbaek's all-grey ensemble was perfectly coordinated with the weather in Paris: moody and overcast.
Aleali May wore a practical look, styling waterproof boots and a trench with a bold skirt and Loewe sunglasses.
This guest went for a girly-grunge vibe by pairing a polka dress with chunky black Prada boots and a leather blazer.
These sisters were probably hard to miss on the streets of Paris. Aya and Amy Suzuki dressed in coordinated but contrasting looks, but both sported their signature bright pink hair.
Camila Coelho embraced the tulle trend and wore a green on green ensemble to the Dior show.