These 20 Paris Fashion Week Looks Are Surprisingly Wearable

Though Fashion Week's dramaturgical shows are often laden with looks the average woman wouldn't dare wear outside her front door, designers do have a knack for peppering their runways with more down-to-earth looks. Paris Fashion Week in particular showcased ensembles that any street style blogger would be eager to snatch straight off the runways. Figure-enhancing silhouettes, leather accents, and simple yet standout pairings were everywhere on the runways, leaving audience members aghast that designer looks could actually be wearable. Read on for the 20 most wearable looks from Paris Fashion Week.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2015

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For the girl about town, a leather motorcycle jacket paired with a patterned mini skirt is the uniform du jour.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2015

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More relaxed than your average pantsuit, Louis Vuitton’s authoritative blazer, trouser, and mock neck pairing asserts sartorial intelligence without appearing stuffy.

Carven Fall 2015

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Popping a shift dress over a button down will forever be a classic style. Carven’s modernized rendition of the look is fit for business and pleasure.

Carven Fall 2015

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You simply can’t go wrong with a pair of draped trousers and an oxford shirt. However, the use of an unexpected necktie and the deep plum hue of Carven’s trousers lend intrigue to a fundamental pairing.

Chloe 2015

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Unfussy yet incredibly chic, Chloe’s textured, belted blazer over a lace-trimmed slip dress is sartorial genius.

Akris Fall 2015

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A silken vest and wide-leg trousers are the epitome of effortless elegance. Think Charlize Theron on the red carpet.

Alexis Mabille Fall 2015

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Mabille utilized the humble sweatshirt as a focal point of his Fall 2015 collection, and this twisted sweatshirt atop a pastel shirtdress is the formula for an ideal high-low look.

Balenciaga Fall 2015

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Wearing a coat this heavily embellished may take some audacity, but the ensembles itself, from slim cigarette pants to ear cuffs, is inspired.

Dries Van Noten Fall 2015

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Begin with a taupe peplum blouse, pop a chain link necklace on top, and add a full skirt in a neutral shade for a simply sophisticated ensemble like this look at Dries Van Noten.

Dior Fall 2015

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Traditionally, pairing shades of nude, blush, and crimson is more fit for Valentine’s Day than everyday wear, but somehow Dior’s crisp ensemble pulls it off with aplomb.

Givenchy Fall 2015

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On Givenchy’s Fall 2015 runway, a black suit with orange piping somehow looked just right alongside fierce combat boots.

Giambattista Valli Fall 2015

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Though the usage of gladiator sandals is at your discretion, the ’70s tilt of the ensemble’s mock-neck and A-line mini skirt pairing is aces.

Elie Saab Fall 2015

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A monochrome black ensemble with well-placed metallic accessories exudes simplistic glamour.

Elie Saab Fall 2015

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For a night at the local lounge, nothing could be easier than throwing on an embellished shift like those seen at Elie Saab.

Isabel Marant Fall 2015

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The reigning priestess of wearable, street style-appropriate looks, Isabel Marant knows how to create simple bohemian ensembles with a twist. This cream sweater and buttoned mini skirt combination is adaptable and sweet.

Hermes Fall 2015

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An innately wearable belted white bateau top over a pair of slim black trousers graced the runway at Hermes.

Miu Miu Fall 2015

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Miu Miu’s buttoned square collar patterned frock in fresh cobalt and cream is the epitome of insouciant style.

Nina Ricci Fall 2015

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A crisp white shift with a slight shimmer offers ’90s-style minimalism for evening festivities.

Valentino Fall 2015

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What could be more multipurpose than a black shirtdress with subtle white piping? Valentino’s designers yet again struck gold with the pared-down look.

Stella McCartney Fall 2015

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A textured grey swing skirted minidress sauntered down the runway at Stella McCartney; in other words, the ideal Fall 2015 ensemble.