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Shop Paris Fashion Week's Best Street Style Outfits From Spring/Summer 2020

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The fashion crowd is finally headed home after wrapping fashion month with 10 days of events in Paris. Throughout their time there, these women have honed in on looks that are not only photo-worthy, they're also practical (yes, some show-goers walk 10 or more miles every day). And, the best part is that much of Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020's best street style is also dotted with pieces you can buy right this second.

While on the runway Hermès proved leather can, and probably should be, a year-round staple, Loewe made a convincing case for the return of peplum, and Chloé showcased a modern approach to its typical bohemian aesthetic — you'd be remiss not to keep tabs on the fashion outside. Paris is notoriously home to some of fashion's most iconic brands, and show attendees dressed accordingly. Sharp suiting flooded the streets, and cool temps made for a chance to sport cozy knitwear from Altuzarra and Alessandra Rich. When it came to styling tricks, guests regulalry tucked their trousers into boots (many via Bottega Veneta and The Row, unsurprisingly). Now, you can be the first of your friends to try out the cool-girl method.

Since there's no time like the present to recreate the looks just created during PFW, ahead you'll find everything you need to curate your closet this season.

Looking for a way to translate a summer mini dress into the new season? Chloé Harrouche wore a sequin mini dress from Paco Rabanne layered on top of an eye-catching printed top — definitely a look to recreate ASAP.

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Clashing prints works best when you stick to a similar color palette. Ellie Nesmon, known for her Instagram @slipintostyle, proved this theory above.

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Maria Bernad arrived at the Loewe show decked out in the label's latest ready-to-wear collection. Though the funky sweater may seem tricky to style, layered over a simple silk dress it makes for a cool combination.

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TZR's Aemilia Madden gave a classic blazer a sporty twist by marrying it with a Nike crop top. She kept the rest of her look polished with a pair of Chanel loafers and light wash vintage denim.

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Marine Serre's beloved moon print made a handful of noteworthy appearances in Paris, above was just one of many. Ryan Norville gave the turtleneck a workday spin by pairing it with a relaxed cream trouser and Puma sneakers.

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This season, opt for a fresh cream trench coat instead of the traditional taupe. TZR's Lauren Caruso paired her sleek trench with pants from Rachel Comey, loafers by Cédric Charlier, and a Bakari bag.

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Yoyo Cao wore a flouncy skirt by emerging Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen, coupled with a sleeveless sweater and grungy-chic pair of boots from The Row. The duo is just the right balance of edgy and sweet.

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Power suits — like this one on Linda Tol — are in this fall. Tol styled her pick from The Frankie Shop with a turtleneck underneath and finished off with white pumps.

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Craving more print mixing inspiration? Susie Lau's unexpected ensemble works because the textures of her top and skirt make the look feel cohesive.

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Outside of Altuzarra, TyLynn Nguyen sported a polished suit from the brand. To finish, she tucked her trousers into her lace-up boots.

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Brittany Xavier wore a pastel purple sweater from Alessandra Rich, decorated with sweet flowers. To contrast her sweet styling choice, the influencer styled the set with a pair of high-waisted jeans that can actually be converted into shorts.

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Alyssa Coscarelli went for a retro-inspired getup from Paloma Wool. The street style star coupled the set with funky platform boots from Simon Miller and a Coperni bag.

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Tamu Mcpherson demonstrated how to transition tie-dye into fall, sporting a trendy leather biker jacket with wide leg jeans and Prada's ubiquitous platform loafers.

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Blanca Miró Scrimieri showed that jarring color combinations can work. She wore a multi-colored pair of plaid pants from Simon Miller partnered with a baby blue quilted jacket from House Of Sunny.

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Yuwei Zhangzou opted for a men's suit from Lanvin, printed with a delicate daisy. Underneath she wore simple white tee, and for footwear went with a slouchy boot.

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The time is here to break out your much adored knits. Charlotte Groeneveld looked especially comfortable in her Altuzarra sweater and loose trousers.