Street fashion paris winter 2019 weather


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A corduroy jacket, like this Mango style worn by Alexa Chung, is a relaxed alternative to the classic black blazer. Team yours with denim and a T-shirt to avoid any geography teacher comparisons.

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If you invest in a statement coat this autumn, make sure to pair it with simple, sleek accessories to prevent your ensemble from looking too busy.

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Even if you're petite, it doesn't mean you have to avoid loose-fitting trousers. Simply team them with a slinky heel and a tailored jacket.

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The trench coat is a key autumn piece that is worth having in your wardrobe – you will bring it out at this time each year.

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Trouser suits do not have to be too formal. Take your cue from this street styler and opt for a fun print and wear with your trainers.

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Could leggings really be making a high-fashion comeback? Teamed with a structured blazer and a floaty skirt, it would seem so.

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A pleated skirt will be a wardrobe hero whatever the weather. Wear with cosy knits now and T-shirts in the summer.

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There is a chic way to make the cycling shorts trend work – be sure to dress it up with the rest of your outfit to avoid looking too sporty.

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Wide-leg trousers are great for lengthening your legs – wear with heels and a tucked-in shirt for extra oomph.

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Embrace colour and print in autumn – your wardrobe shouldn't be all dark and dreary.

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Take your cue from Tiffany Hsu and don't be afraid to layer up your checked jackets.

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Try swapping out black for navy this winter – it feels a little lighter.

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Dress down your workwear with a statement accessory.

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Chunky knits will work for the office too if you team them with chic skirts and trousers.

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Don't be afraid to mix feminine pieces with those that are more utilitarian – it creates a nice contrast.

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Tailored trousers are a great alternative for jeans if you want to look a little more polished, but not too dressed up.

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This Jacquemus jacket has been everywhere this fashion month because it is the ideal transitional piece.

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Don't pack your summer frocks away just yet. Make them work for autumn by throwing on a blazer and swapping your sandals for backless loafers.

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An excellent way to dress the trouser suit a little younger – pair with a bandeau crop top and layer up your necklaces.

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