As promised, I’m back with more Emily in Paris outfit dupes! After all, not all of us have the seemingly limitless salary of a fictional marketing associate living abroad.
A metallic trenchcoat, sequined polka dot sweater and patterned shorts? Only Emily could make this look très chic.
The polka dots, long sleeves and bright color of this dress make for a gorgeous combination—and the unexpected, tasteful cutout adds even more fun.
This ‘fit gives new meaning to “go big or go home.” While going home is my second favorite activity, wearing a dress that packs a big bunch is my first.
Mindy loves having her name in lights…do you think this blog counts? This structured sleeveless blazer dress in a mood-boosting shade of yellow almost makes me forget her taste in men.
It’s giving Mad Men meets Younger. And that is an extremely high compliment in my book.
If an astronaut wore high fashion, this would be the result. The planets certainly aligned with this one.
Emily’s cherry athleisure is as sweet as cherry pie. Ok, so I’ve never had cherry pie, but I bet it’s sweet! She also dons a darling cherry print dress in Episode 9, so a fruit-focused section in this post seemed totally necessary.
Bright and Blooming
Yellow jacket. Yellow platforms. Yellow sunflower socks. Yellow coffee cup (ok, I didn’t link that one). Paired with a soft pink eyelet top and a printed headscarf, this look has me saying yes to yellow.
Going for Gold
It can’t be a coincidence that Mindy’s dressed like an Oscar trophy. Even if she doesn’t end up hitting it big, this gold pantsuit is award-worthy.
Houndstooth trousers with a hint of color paired with a cropped, oversized sweater? Sherlock Holmes wishes he could.
The internet did Camille no justice by hiding photos of her chainmail dress. The mirrored pieces on top of a simple white tank scream “I’m French, of course I’m effortlessly cool.”
I wasn’t sure that the high-low trend would ever return…until I saw this masterpiece. Technically it looks like an attached cape, but that’s just semantics.