Our Favorite Looks from Paris Fashion Week

Create your own clash of contrast and print by pairing the Gallop of Style Romper with the lovely Plains Zebra Cardigan, Nighttime on the Terrace Tights, and Today I Met the Perfect Boot.

Oh, the tyranny of choice. Like when you go to a rip-roaringly good restaurant, open up their menu, and there are so many amazing-sounding options, you don’t know what to do with yourself. So it was with Paris Fashion Week. Stuffed to the ruff with skilled designers, this fashion week was overflowing with ‘aah! so good’ creations, making it quite the difficult job to choose our faves. Yet, two of our ModCloth writers, Hannah and Julie, managed to battle through the sea of runway shots, and come out victorious, clutching their favorite designs fast on their hard drives.

Drooling? Create your own courtyard look with a dress full of flare! Try out the Classic Beauty Dress, heavenly blue Flautista Dress, or the vivacious, V-neck You Must Zip it Dress.

Nothing says confidence like carrying off velvet year ’round. Live in this luxurious fabric by walking in the Force of Nature Boot, vesting up in the Continental Cool Blazer, or by rocking the Ultimate Luxury Dress!

Stars in your eyes? Let its Space Age chiffon and commanding gloves inspire you by tossing together a look with the Meteor Sighting Dress, Gaga for These Gloves, and On a Lark Heels.

Utterly inspired? Try your hand at this look with the Keen in Aubergine Maxi Dress, The Bauhaus Belt worn backwards with the Stable Style Belt, and your own statement shades, like the Double Take Sunglasses in Cream.

Word up! If you’re digging this literature-loving look, tout your own book-infused look with one of our Out of Print tees, like the Novel Tee in Dresden.

Which Paris Fashion Week looks and/or designers made you list of loves?

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2 Responses to Our Favorite Looks from Paris Fashion Week

  1. Amanda 10/07/2010 at 4:53 pm #

    I actually love all the looks! Chapurin pushed my comfort zone a bit, though- maybe in another color it would be a home run. J’aime Paris!

  2. Bluus 10/10/2010 at 4:33 pm #

    I really only liked the Rochas and L’wren Scott designs. Especially the Scott. The others felt too ridiculously fashion runway for real life wear which has always been a turn off for me.

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