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The Fabulous Fashion on Season 2 of “Emily in Paris”

Emily In Paris is back and her wardrobe is more statement-making than ever. We’re already starting the season off strong with Emily’s colorful office outfits. Let’s start it with this statement piece, a rainbow striped polo. Everyone is fully obsessed with this cheery knit. Of course, because Emily is not known to stop at one singular statement piece, she’s also wearing a bold green belt with a blue and green miniskirt. And to top it all off, a gorge green coat and coordinating bag. It’s a far, far cry from the sweatsuit we wear while working.

She casually steps off the train in a vintage Courrèges dress and a seriously stunning vintage coat. On top of that, though, she’s wearing Valentino sunglasses, Vivienne Westwood for Melissa heels, Maison Fabre gloves, and a vintage scarf. It’s very Hollywood glam.

On the girls weekend, Emily is wearing a Dolce & Gabbana patchwork dress. And while she looks fab in this pattern-clashing outfit, the look is finished with a maximalist Louboutin bag and Marimekko bucket hat.

Once the girls arrive, Emily slips into a flirty lilac Magali Pascal dress perfect for a day in the sun. She accessorizes with some rainbow Terry Dehavilland heels, a Carel France bag, and cute Miu Miu sunglasses.

She shows up to her friend Camille's family chateau in episode eight wearing a lime yellow Self-Portrait sundress and matching blazer, that match perfectly together.

She experiments with multiple patterns and colors in one of her mid-season looks. To complete the outfit, she carries a small Dolce & Gabbana crossbody bag and lavender knee-high boots.

Sitting at a cafe with her friend, she's dressed in a one-of-a-kind ensemble. The marketing executive wears a corseted peplum top made by Greek designer Vassilis Zoulias, along with a bright red mini skirt. To accessorize, she opts for white Valentino Garavani gladiator pumps and a Mansur Gavriel neon yellow purse.

As more than 58 million fans eagerly awaited the return of Emily In Paris, viewers also awaited the over-the-top fashions. Brands also took notice of the power of the wardrobe expressed in Season One and have partnered with the show in a variety of ways to make the show an authentic marketing vehicle for luxury items.

The costume designer defines each character differently, but they have a taste for luxury clothes in common. Emily knows the French rules regarding fashion, but she doesn't want to lose her personality and convert herself into a French clone. Her roommate is powerful, smart, and not afraid to use colorful pieces and be overdressed on some occasions. That's why she never criticizes Emily.

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