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Emily in Paris Season 3 Outfits: It’s Here—And It’s Good


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I can no longer pretend that I don’t like this show.

‘This is the season of self care. In other words: It’s time to watch the full season 3 of Emily in Paris In one sitting.

That’s right, the latest season of Darren Star’s horror TV series is out, and it welcomes us once again in the footsteps of chief marketing officer Emily Cooper (played by Lily Collins) as she walks around Paris in ridiculous clothes and without any inhibitions. As expected, it’s filled with romantic chemistry, sugary pranks, and eye-catching outfits. And I’m finally ready to admit it to me, c’est incroyable.

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Season 3 follows our old American friend as she struggles to decide between staying at marketing agency Savoir with her Chicago boss Madeline (Kate Walsh) or breaking up with Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu). and the rest of her French colleagues. She’s still a BFF with her roommate Mindy (FASHIONAshley Park’s Winter 2023 Cover Star), she’s still arch-enemies with Camille (Camille Razat), and she still has a questionable level of sexual tension with Gabriel (Lucas Bravo). Plus, she now has a hot new boyfriend, Alfie (Lucien Laviscount).

Naturally, the first episode is set with a suitable sequence of chaos: in an existential panic caused by a reality nightmare, our protagonist cuts his bangs alone in the bathroom. A reckless beauty decision, in just two minutes?! Oh yeah, this season will be good.

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The latest iteration of the episodes has delivered perhaps the most goofy look, thanks to costume designer Marylin Fitoussi. We have feathers. We have frills. We have color blocks, pattern conflicts and dangerously wide sculpting shadows. In Emily in Paris season 3, we have it all. That’s what I appreciate about this series. As pointed out through each wardrobe choice, in itself there is nothing to regret.

After premiering in 2020, Emily in Paris was rightly criticized for lack of racial diversity, which is based on reduced French stereotypes and favors a completely out-of-the-ordinary protagonist. The reviews have come in and everyone seems to agree: the show sucks. From these accounts alone, I have been an ardent anti-franchise. With each new season being announced, I was confused. With every Emmy nomination, I was socked.

It seems that despite widespread criticism, the Netflix series is simply indestructible. So in a recent flu-induced escapism search, I took a trip to Paris, Emily style. Perhaps it was the feverish dream quality of each scene—or maybe it was my literal fever—but that day, I realized that Emily in Paris there’s a lovely candy-like look that I’ve overlooked.

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One of the best things about this show, new pour, is nothing meaningful. The timeline is completely non-linear. Loyalty flips and flops like anyone’s business. Emily somehow dons a Different designer outfits for every new occasion. But here’s the thing: I don’t watch Emily in Paris for the plot. I don’t even follow the characters. i’m watching dwarves. And those, it never fails to deliver. Case in point: dress.

This season, Emily has a special taste in metallics, wearing a reflective jacket, knee-high boots and a sequined cape. Mindy’s clothes are possibly the most eccentric, wearing faceted gems, sparkly headwear and a neon green bodysuit that will forever be etched in memory. my chest. Sylvie remains the most luxurious, with sporty lines, impeccable tailoring and professional accessories. Madeline – “The American” – improvised with sequined mini skirts, colorful blazers and flashy jewelry. My Verdict: dress in Emily in Paris continue to deliver. Offer what, exactly? I’m not sure, but I can confidently say I love it.

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By being both good and bad at the same time, Emily in Paris is the explosion of delicious nothingness; A viewing experience that massages your brain and stimulates your senses. The show almost welcomes you to laugh at it, and for that, I have to respect it. In such a polarizing environment, this series is said to have united the world by giving us all something to bitterly revel in. Like a Twitter user eloquently said, “I have never hated a show so deeply but felt the urge to watch it.” touch.

Like Emily in Paris progress, it is clearly trying to correct its mistakes. In season 3, there are more complete characters of color, Emily is trying harder to embrace French culture and even has a weird (win!) backstory. Don’t get me wrong: Emily keeps making mistakes. But it all feels a little more meaningful as we watch her face the consequences of her selfish mistakes. However, overall, Emily in Paris still lacks depth, complexity and thought-provoking commentary. But TBH, I like it that way!

At this point, there’s a fashion crime that Emily Cooper didn’t commit. There’s no plot that doesn’t feel unrealistic. Any sign of common sense had long since left the building. However, there’s basically nothing this program can do to turn me away.

So grab a croissant, pause your skepticism and lower your standards. Emily in Paris Part 3 is another treat that is also viewable. And I’m, first of all, happy to go along.

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