Tailored pantsuits: the fashion sensation of the new Fall season

It’s THE spotlight outfit of fashion week. Exit, the dowdy pantsuit. The archetype piece of the working girl’s wardrobe is coming back even more strongly with wild prints and very contemporary shapes. Fashionista, lawyer, super mom or boss, in stilettos or sneakers, all the Parisiennes will want to wear it. Here is a selection to twist on a daily basis to break the codes of a masculine-feminine look, a far cry from the dull everyday pantsuit.

Breaking the codes

Borderline spirits will not be able to resist this chrome yellow pantsuit to be worn during the day for an offbeat look or in the evening for its bluffing girly side. Ideal with trainers to transgress the office dress-code rules.

Chrome pink jacket and pants, Pablo (price upon request)

At the end of the night

Belt, collar, material... a very successful mix of details. A party or a special event? Choose this pantsuit for a wahou and simply ultra-sophisticated effect. To be even more daring? Wear it alone without anything underneath. Give it a try!

Pantsuit in hammered crepe, Tara Jarmon (€ 365 the jacket and € 245 the pants)

The tapestry spirit

Insist on the off-beat style by choosing this tuxedo with a tapestry-spirit floral print … The perfect match? A white shirt and moccasins to convey chic and elegance to this imposing ensemble.

Ensemble with floral print, La Petite Française ( €210 the jacket and € 119 the pants )

Soft and velvety

Originality is not just a question of motifs or colours. This season, go for velvet. It will make you stand out and obtain “the” perfect effortless result.

Ensemble in corduroy velvet, Zara (€ 79.95 the jacket, €49.95 the pants)

The new protocol

With its timeless check, the Prince of Wales motif is back again this season. A noticeable comeback that inspires us for a Meghan Markle allure that is in keeping with protocols.

Pantsuit with Prince of Wales print ( €99.99 the jacket, €54.99 the pants )

A streamlined silhouette

Deep blue with a thin pinstripe for a voluminous pantsuit and a Gigi Hadid inspiration. The perfect pantsuit worn with heels that will make any silhouette look streamlined. For evening wear? The ideal is to match it with a chrome pocket handkerchief.

Oversize pantsuit, Esprit (price upon request)

The tomboy look!

Aimed at fans of conventional chic, wearing this pantsuit with a white shirt and buttoned up to the collar guarantees the strict and stereotyped result of the pantsuit. An accentuated

masculine look when you choose to wear it without accessories. For once!

Metallic grey ensemble, Maisons Standard ( €195 the jacket, €125 the pants, available during October on the site)

The office tuxedo

The revisited office tuxedo to come across like a boss for the Monday morning meeting. We imagine it perfectly with a turtleneck, stilettos or white sneakers for comfort and practicality.

Matching jacket and pants, & Other Stories (€129 the blazer and €89 the pants)

Think pink

The must-have of all high-heel buffs! Pumps worn with this pink checked girly pantsuit display a result with an affirmed character. The right gesture? Avoid the too-much effect and wager simply on imposing gold or silver earrings, that’s all.

Double-breasted and adjusted suit, Asos (€71.99 the jacket, €52.99 the pants)

English style

Check-listed amongst the trendy motifs of this season, the tartan motif is back in the spotlight. The best way of wearing it and without faux pas? Adopt the total look and go all out: shirt, jacket and even booties, matching the colours of the ensemble, for the most equipped.

Seasonal tartan pantsuit, Gant (€389)

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