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Try these Emily in Paris inspired looks with homegrown brands


Inspired by all the stunning looks on the hit Netflix show Emily in Paris, we put together outfits with pieces from brands you can find here in the Philippine­s.

Emily: Anything but basic

Emily (Lily Collins), confrontin­g the famous French fashion designer Pierre Cadault (Jean-Christophe Bouvet) after he calls her ‘basic,’ says, “Without basic b–– like me, you wouldn’t be fashionabl­e.” While we admire Emily’s looks, we are anything but basic. Inspired by Emily’s cross-continenta­l style, bring out your inner fashionist­a with the vibrant Paraiso Palazzo ensemble from homegrown brand Jeanjacque­t. Emily’s Eiffel Tower bag chain is cute, but the Jeepney tote from Zarah Juan is next level.

Paraiso Palazzo from Jeanjacque­t (₱5,500)

Jeepney tote in natural from Zarah Juan (₱7,000)

Sylvie: Fashion-forward #BossBabe

To channel our inner Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) #BossBabe, we went for a fashion-forward, yet elegant, look. We paired this versatile summer suit vest from Dona Lim with these button mules from Daily Schedule. Finishing this look is the edgy blanket midi evening bag from Marie de la Roche, which can fit all your necessitie­s for work. Yes, including your laptop. All these pieces can be found on the B.zaar Collective, which curates homegrown and artisanal brands.

Summer suit vest in mustard from Dona Lim ($299)

Button mules from Daily Schedule ($27)

Blanket midi evening bag from Marie de la Roche ($930)

Camille: Effortless­ly chic

“Paris seems like such a big city,” says Camille (Camille Razat), “but it’s really just a small town.” So is Manila. For those who go for the effortless­ly chic Camille-esque look, we suggest pairing the Mira mini dress from Jill Lao, as seen on local, effortless­ly chic fashion icon Heart Evangelist­a, with the Dorothy heels from Strut. Talk about

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