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Overnight we were plunged into the fabulous and frivolous world of Emily in Paris once again. To quench our thirst for some far flung overseas adventure, travel experts at WeThrift have uncovered the top filming locations of the celebrated Netflix series. They’ve planned your next sartorial-fuelled holiday while we’ve covered every outfit you should wear to each location.

Get dreaming (and shopping).

Gare du Nord – Paris

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The modern neoclassic style Paris Gare du Nord  is one of the main train stations located in the heart of the capital city. Trains depart from the station serving international destinations such as London, Belgium and the Netherlands. Did you know it features twenty-three statues of famous sculptors? The series captured Emily travelling from the Gare du Nord when she decides to take a break from the on a weekend trip to Saint Tropez.

What To Wear: Travel Edition

A buttery soft pyjama ensemble that is chic enough to pair with heels.

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Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat – ST TROPEZ

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While Emily embarks on her journey through France she stays at the historic hotel in the French Riveria, known as the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat. Proudly perched on the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat peninsular, the spectacular hotel is an icon of the Cote d’Azur. The Four Seasons hotel gives viewers a glimpse of French glamour and has served as the backdrop of several films and television shows over the years.

What To Wear: Resort Wear

What better to wear than the darling of resort wear, Zimmermann?

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Villefranche-sur-Mer – Nice

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Small finishing village, Villefranche-sur-Mer located just an hour and a half east of the idyllic St. Tropez and a short 5 minute stretch from Nice, is one of the most memorable filming locations from the Netflix series. The quaint Mediterranean village is home to colourful boutique shops, cosy wine bars and historic buildings.

What To Wear: Pared Back

Tourist practical, but make it cute.


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Galeries Lafayette – Paris

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Emily is renowned for her over-the-top Parisian style, and within the series, we are taken on a shopping spree with the new character Petra to the Galeries Lafayette. This upmarket French shopping centre is like no other and is considered to be the biggest department store in the whole of Europe. The flagship store is located on Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissements of Paris.

What To Wear: Shopping Spree

Something Emily would be proud of.

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Le Champo Cinema – Paris

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Emily and colleague Luc (played by Bruno Gouery) take a trip to the Le Champo cinema located in Paris, to watch the romantic drama film, Jules et Jim directed and written by François Truffaut. The cinema is notable for being a favourite spot for important figures in French cinema history over the years.

What To Wear: Everyday Parisian Chic

The Breton print. Need we say more?

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Palace of Versailles – Paris

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The Emily in Paris season draws to an end with a fashion show at the Palace of Versailles located in Versailles, west of the capital city. The former French royal residence and centre of government is now a national landmark open to the public. Together with its gardens, the landmark is one of the most famous world heritage monuments.

What To Wear: Worth Of French Royalty

Just a little bit glam.

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