It's no secret that Emily from Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” fashion is questionable at times. Nothing screams tourist like wearing a blouse with the Eiffel Tower printed on it. Or even worse, an Eiffel Tower keychain clipped onto her bag that can be found at an airport gift shop.
Let's hope, since she’s lived in the city for a while now, she will not be wearing any famous monuments printed on her clothes in season 2.
But just in case, since she is constantly posting her life on social media, she should take the time to get familiar with the search feature and explore these fashion icons on Instagram. Just a suggestion to help her become a little less “la plouc.”
Danielle Bernstein @weworewhat
Danielle has a unique NYC street style fashion. There is nothing “ringarde” about this influencer’s style. Her outfits range from matching sweat-sets to a red blazer with cheetah pants. She definitely knows how to match an outfit for every occasion and pull off a one of a kind look.
Courtney Quinn @colormecourtney
Courtney is all about colors and being fun with clothing. She isn’t called queen of color for nothing! Her Instagram feed is bright with vibrant clothes to match every aesthetic. Emily does love her color palette so following this influencer can teach her how to properly add pops of color to her wardrobe.
Jeanne Damas @jeannedamas
Emily does not have to look too far for this one. Jeanne lives in Paris and is the founder of clothing brand Rouje. Her style is marked as “effortlessly-cool.” Jeans are her "must-have" piece of clothing, paired with a vintage tee, red lip, of course, and she’s all set. Fashion doesn’t always have to be over the top and Jeanne is making Parisian fashion more casual with her vintage style. As for Emily, I’m not sure if she can handle “effortless” or be “cool” but I would love to see her in a more laid back type of look for a change.
I’m hopeful that Emily will take some of her knowledge on branding and work on her personal brand in season 2….. and ditch all the beret’s.