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3 Jewelry Looks To Recreate from Emily in Paris

3 Jewelry Looks To Recreate from Emily in Paris

Despite the overall disregard for the fashion in Season 3 of Emily in Paris, the show seemed to hit all the right notes when it came to jewelry. From Sylvie’s timeless Ole Lynggaard pieces to Emily’s dainty diamonds and Mindy’s maximalist chains, each jewelry look was sourced to impress. 


Let’s take a walk through the streets of Paris and dissect a few of our favourites! 

 

1. Timeless pieces with Sylvie

To be very honest, Sylvie in Paris was tremendously more stylish than Emily in Paris, and if your style is like Sylvie’s— elegant minimalism with the occasional statement accessory, then we’ve got the perfect pieces for you! Add a cool cuff or a statement ring to really take your outfit from boring to bada boom!

 

(Statement Gold And Pearl Bee My Lover Handcuff from Anatina)

 

(Primrose Hill Textured Gold Pearl Ring by Anatina)

 

2. Dainty accessories with Emily 

Now if you’re more of an Emily, you probably gravitate towards daintier pieces that won’t overshadow your dramatic outfits. From unembellished hoops to dangling earrings, Emily’s jewelry certainly adds a delicate flair to her overall look. 

 

(18k Gold Plated U-Shaped Hoop Earrings by Inxsky)

 

(Amarres Long Statement Earrings by A Mar Libre)   

 

3. Mindy makes a statement

Hands down, our favourite character in Emily in Paris was…Mindy! With fierce outfits and iconic pendants, Mindy’s looks serve just the right amount of sass! If you’re looking to replicate her dazzling looks, we know just the place for your jewelry 😉

 

( Gold-plated Heart Padlock Pendant Necklace by PD Paola)

 

( Gold Plated Pearl Nest Drop Necklace by Inxsky) 

 

This season, costume designer Fitoussi was greatly influenced by Patricia Field, the legendary curator behind the outfits of Sex and the City and The Devil Wears Prada, which is probably why the theme of Season 3 of Emily in Paris was less ringarde than usual 😉

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