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Emily in Paris Season 2 - When Fashion Spoke Louder than Words!

The much-awaited show of the year undoubtedly has been season 2 of Emily in Paris. While few of us wanted to know how the story progressed, most of us really wanted to have a look at Lily Collins dope fashion choices. And I dare say, this season did give us a handful of ‘oh-so-gorgeous’ lewks and equally disappointing clown-like styles too. Let’s decode 5 of my favourite looks from the season that were quite bookmark worthy and complete slayer. You have all the right to disagree with my picks, after all, fashion has never been about right or wrong, it's about what clicks for the majority!

The season ended giving Emily a choice, will she leave her company and join Sylvie’s or continue with her company and move off from Paris, away from Gabriel? Well, we'll surely know more about it in the 3rd season of the series that'll probably be ready for us to watch by the end of this year. But our current spotlight is on the grand Giambattista Valli X H&M long tulle gown that she wore when the epic scene of Sylvie and her French colleagues resigned from the company and walked off after the fashion show ‘Let Em eat cake’. Her V neck, multi-tiered frilled high-low gown got us screaming ‘j’adore’ at the top of our voice. Did you know the gown was retailed for $399 when it was originally released in 2019?

Next up is her red and white heart printed off-shoulder midi dress that gave us retro vibes. While Emily was clad in an Anouki heart-print dress and a Roger Vivier bag, Mindy looked stunning in her glitzy Zadig and Voltaire suit. The corset bodice and dramatic puff sleeves went well with the Baton Rouge-themed party for Chopard for which she dolled up. The white headband, red stilettos and her subtle glam makeup sealed with bright red lips is the perfect inspiration one needs for a romantic dinner date this Valentine’s.

The La Compagnie Contemporaine vintage jumpsuit styled up with a mellow yellow plaid jacket, a yellow beret and a Prada Cleo shoulder bag is what I call Y2K style tweak. It's chic, lively and eye-grabbing and let me tell you, not everyone can pull off such a vibrant and playful look and Emily did a great job here!

Playing with colours is always cool, but this one takes it to a new level of awesomeness. Especially those very peri shade of lavender boots that have all my heart! Her yellow blazer, a checkered tank top and the multi-coloured abstract print mini skirt was rounded off with an offbeat crossbody bag from Dolce & Gabbana. The centre-parted wavy hairdo did help her in elevating the glam quotient. All I could say is "Well done, girl".It was really a risque look that Lily Collins pulled off like an absolute diva.

Though she got ditched by Mathieu before arriving in Saint-Tropez, her top-notch fashion game did hide all the disappointment! Her stunning look in vintage Courrèges blue dress teamed with a statement-making brick-patterned jacket was only made better, or should I say hotter, with her apt accessories which included Valentino sunglasses, Vivienne Westwood Melissa heels, Maison Fabre gloves, and a vintage scarf. Can it get any better??? This is what we call Hollywood glam!

I am pretty sure you are thinking about a few other gorgeous numbers donned by the diva and we do agree there were lots. I personally think Mindy has some alluring fashion choices this season that gave her a more appealing look. We absolutely loved the show and are waiting for the next season, what about you?


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