Lily Collins as Emily Cooper in "Emily In Paris" on Netflix


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It's time to start dressing like an expat social media manager with a confusing salary.

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Emily Cooper's confusing and bold fashion choices have become a point of comfort for millions, with her designer-name closet that can only exist in the fantasy of a Netflix original series. It's also easier than you think to create some of her famous looks. Tap ahead to see how.

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Emily never lets her style wane, even when she is on a weekend vacation visiting her crush's girlfriend's family.

Brushed Tartan Pullover
Essentiel Antwerp

Emily's exact sweater from Essentiel Antwerp is out of stock, but the brand still has plenty of other colorful options.

Can't forget the yellow rainboots for your jaunt to the French countryside.

Though not pictured, Emily's cropped Hood By Air jacket is a true standout. No longer available, try this option to get the full EIP experience.

Emily did not wear a beaded beanie while on her weekend holiday. But would she had she known about this? Yes, absolutely.


Showing up to hijack the streetwear brand's fashion show wearing a full Off-White look? Certainly a choice!

Ted Baker

The Off-White options are long gone, but this floral puffer from Ted Baker will get the job done.

This beret comes in the shade "sassy pink," which feels right.

Stuart Weitzman

Keep your legs warm while wearing a mini skirt in autumn with thigh-high boots.


It's almost impossible to capture the essence of Emily's alice + olivia Paris-printed cardigan. This is her Rachel haircut, her ballerina skirt, her pillbox hat, her puffy shirt.

If you're like me, people will know you love Paris because you got the Eiffel Tower tattooed on your wrist when you were 19. If not, this top will also work.

Snakeskin is a neutral, meaning it will pair well with any Parisian-themed blouse you choose.

Add some extra shine to the look with this vinyl-effect skirt.

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