8 Lessons In Cold-Weather Dressing From Paris Fashion Week Street Style

The OG fashion capital opened its streets to fashion week on Monday 26th September, welcoming some of the world’s biggest designers, from Saint Laurent and Loewe to Miu Miu and Stella McCartney. Although weather conditions have been less than favourable of late – read: rain, wind and below-10-degree temperatures – guests have remained dedicated to their fashion week uniforms, providing us with some of the best street style inspiration yet. 
In midi skirts and baggy jeans, bright hues or head-to-toe black (the Parisian way, of course), we’ve rounded up our favourite looks captured throughout Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer '23. Scroll on for your reminder that chilly autumn weather doesn’t mean slacking on style. Your new-season outfit inspiration awaits…
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Elevate your big (faux) fur coat with sport-style sunnies.
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Wide-leg jeans and rainproof shoes? Stylist Mira Al-Momani proves it to be chic and practical.
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Big, fuzzy toppers are swiftly taking over and this is a less obnoxious way to style one. 
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Style your summer co-ords for autumn like this clever guest – just layer with leggings!
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Socks and slingbacks… Clearly, it works. 
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Creative consultant Ilenia Toma shows us how to style a chunky knit for more formal occasions (we suggest layers underneath for extra warmth).
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Match your accessories with the hardware on your go-to leather jacket for a pulled-together 'fit. In this guest’s case, it’s silver from head to toe. 
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This is your sign to source a vintage windbreaker ASAP. 
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This season, oversized bomber jackets – in shades of khaki, charcoal and jet-black – are quiet wardrobe heroes.
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Always sleek and timeless, menswear styling is ideal for cooler temps as the fabric tends to be thicker than typical womenswear.
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News flash: Don’t ditch your summer styles, yet. Instead, layer corsets and dresses on top of long sleeve tops and jumpers for a truly versatile wardrobe. Incorporating matching gloves? We’re game.
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Influencer and designer Yoyo Cao was spotted wearing a striped knit dress on top of a roll-neck. So, naturally we wore a striped knit dress on top of a roll-neck.
This story was originally published on 28 September 2022.

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