Blanket Scarves Are The New Baguettes: Paris Fashion Week Is Here

If there's one thing you've heard about Paris Fashion Week, it likely isn't that Dior continued its feminist mission, that H&M's latest studio collection is already selling out, or that Paco Rabanne creative director Julien Dossena took us back to the house's earlier days. It's that it snowed. And that makes picking out an outfit tricky.

Street style isn't necessarily a realistic reflection of how people dress — especially when we're bare legs in 20 degree temperatures and fabrics like silk and suede under a rainstorm (and without the shield of an umbrella). But we were surprised to see just how many showgoers actually considered the weather conditions, combining style and practicality. Think: chunky knits, statement coats, and a whole lot of beanies. And it worked. Here's a lesson in bundling up done right, straight from the last leg of Fashion Month. Here's to the home stretch!

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We see that old-school Dior logo tucked away in there.
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When weather calls, don't be afraid to pile on the seasonally appropriate accessories.
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Double double-denim. Get it?
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An argyle sweaters as a scarf? We're always down for a little D.I.Y.
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These futuristic shades will take any outfit to the next level.
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Layer a dress over a button-up for a less expected look.
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Patchwork, trending on and off the runways.
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Still making a case for this celebrity-favorite hat style.
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More Dior!
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A masterclass in wearing head-to-toe white.
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J'adior.
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Don't be afraid of orange. Just look how well it works with tan accents.
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Who needs a pop of color when simple black-and-white looks this good?
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How much do you want to cuddle up in this coat?
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We just can't get enough plaid.
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We love how a neon green belt breaks up an otherwise simple puffer.
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That metallic trench!
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Understated chic.
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Stripes, florals, and statement colors all together? Why not.
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Dress up jeans with an extra shaggy coat (bonus points if it's Céline!).
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Calvin Klein 205W39NYC full-look appreciation post.
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Coordination is key.
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We're not sure what we love more, the pink basket bag or the red and yellow looks.
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Logo scarves are one of the season's most popular accessories. Time to grab one for yourself.
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Are you ready to wear ultra violet, the color of the year?
It may not seem like crop top weather, but for Shiona Turini, it always is.
The reason we love see-through raincoats? You can still show off your outfit from underneath.
Check out those embellishments! *Heart eyes*
Hey, Alexa!
All-black everything.
Belt a chunky cardigan at the waist to turn it into a dress/coat hybrid.
Bundled up, but make it fashion.
A solid plaid coat never goes out of style.
Tie a scarf over a turtleneck for added dimension.
How '80s are these pants? In the best way, of course.
Can't go wrong with jeans and a tee.
Pattern play, hard at work.
Who said an all-black outfit has to be boring?
A T-shirt over a turtleneck is layering done very, very right.
Calabasas spotting!
Toughen up a statement coat with a pair of Dr. Martens.
Doesn't that bag look just like a mini pillow?
They most stylish of friends.
Seeing double, literally.
"Ghetto until proven fashionable."
Never underestimate the power of a really good dress.
Who knew your parka could look this cool?
Suits with sneakers. A flawless combination.
See what we mean?
The definition of color coordination.
Fishnets give some edge to a simple top-skirt combination...
...and they do the same with jeans.
The dad cap, still going strong!
For us, see-through raincoats are a must.
You probably never thought to wear socks with your kitten heels, but Reese Blutstein makes quite a convincing case for it.
Make your favorite silk dress more winter-appropriate by piling a sweater on top.
How many different patterns can you count here?
There's just something about red boots...
Here's how to make a button-up under a cable knit look less preppy.
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