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Paris Fashion Week Street Style

By Sophia McMeekin - 25 Jul 2013

To while away the days until Spring arrives, we're lusting after pretty much everything worn on the streets at Paris Fashion Week's 2013 Spring shows. This season saw a texture take-over on the sidewalk, with everything from clean and crisp utilitarian, to head-to-toe prints, and nubile knits getting a tangible, touchable restyle. Furs were feather-light and hyper-bright, leather was buttery-soft, and applique looks like it's really back, baby.

Sweet sweaters, lady-like, form-fitting silhouettes and prim and pointed Mary-Janes saw as much street action as '70s-inspired, colour-blocked ensembles, with wide-cut trousers so relaxed they look like they just got off the pane from a vay-kay in Morrocco (we may have even spied a turban or two).  

And, of course, this is France, so there were your standard effortlessly tied scarves, unamused stares, and nonchalantly thrown-together, completely perfect ensembles. Le sigh. We're jealous.

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

french wardrobe

All images credit goes to Harper's Bazaar.

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