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Six Collections From Paris Fashion Week For Every Type Of Girl

We've listed six of the best collections and ID which type of girl should be wearing them.
Six Collections From Paris Fashion Week For Every Type Of Girl We've listed six of the best collections and ID which type of girl should be wearing them.

It might be a bit too early to be planning for the summer but from what we’ve seen on the runway, some collections are just worth wearing now. To break it down, we’ve listed six different collections which we feel a certain type of girl can strongly identify with. Scroll down to check it out and see which line you identify with the most.

VALENTINO

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Who Should Wear it: Aunties and aunties-at-heart who love their printed kaftans 

Why: Simple silhouettes, breezy fabrics, rich prints, what more can you ask for? The dresses and tunics from this collection become the perfect travel essentials you’ll be needing for summering even in the cold of December.

CHANEL

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Who Should Wear It: Girls who love to dress up their office uniform

Why: For a moment let’s forget about the show-stealing placards and set and just focus on the individual pieces. If you think about it, the suit combos are actually very much wearable for the office and would go with that grey pencil skirt you’ve been abusing for quite some time now.

CHLOÉ

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Who Should Wear It: Beach bums and travel bugs 

Why: The collection basically sums up effortless dressing. There were a few feminine touches with the georgette gathers and white laces but the underlying message sewn into the pieces is that you need not exert much effort when it comes to looking good. Definitely something worth taking to your next trip.

DRIES VON NOTEN

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Who Should Wear It: Vintage collectors and the luxe hippies 

Why: From jewel-toned rainbow stripes to peacock and paisley prints, if you’re the type who loves to mix and mismatch then this collection is definitely for you. The mash up of slouchy silhouettes and lush fabrics is perfect for that bohemian layering the pre-The Row Olsen twins would go crazy for.

BALMAIN

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Who Should Wear It: ‘80s babies who work hard and party even harder

Why: The sharp shoulders may seem a little bit dated but they sure make a strong statement when in the board room. Balancing of the business of the black and white grids, bold graphic lines add a dose of fun to the collection that easily lets you slip from dinner meetings to drinks with the girls on a work night.

HERMÈS

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Who Should Wear It: The rich old soul 

Why: Christophe Lemarie’s swan song for the label makes use of the finest materials crafted in such a way that they can be functional for everyday wear. Going back to equestrian roots, the collection shows a muted color palette paying close attention to the construction of the pieces. Ultimately, it proves that comfort will always be the greatest luxury.

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