Lily Collins brings back 60s fashion in a printed coat and blue peep toe sandals


Lily Collins teaches a lesson in how to wear vintage-inspired clothes.

The ‘Emily in Paris’ star posted a photo on Instagram today that showed the actress in a ’60s mod-inspired outfit that looks very modern. For the ensemble – worn on the hit show for Emily’s trip to St. Tropez – Collins donned a white coat that incorporated green, brown, yellow and white squares. She accessorized with a brown and yellow belt to match the coat and a yellow and white square handbag that perfectly unified her look.

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For her shoes, Collins opted for a pair of blue open-toe sandals that helped anchor the outfit with an accent pop of color. The heels also featured a white bow on the front for a little extra flair.

Collings has a trendy yet classic fashion aesthetic. Throughout her Instagram feed, we see photos of her wearing printed pieces, cozy sweaters, bold outerwear, flowy dresses and functional loungewear that all have her Collins flair. On the footwear front, Collins typically slips her feet into boots, sandals, active sneakers, height-defying platforms, and pumps that all tie her outfit together seamlessly.

When gracing a red carpet, she wears beautiful creations from brands such as Valentino, AZ Factory, Ronald van der Kemp and Ulyana Sergeenko. She has an affinity for sparkly dresses and structured dresses that make eye-catching statements.

Scroll through the gallery to see the evolution of Collins’ red carpet fashion: from cute teenager to bona fide movie star.

Slip on a pair of blue sandals for a fun and colorful outfit.

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Neiman Marcus

To buy: Manolo Blahnik Picoux Lambskin Kitten Heel Sandals, $795.

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Tamara Melon

To buy: Tamara Mellon Comet Pumps, $699.

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To buy: Loeffler Randall Camellia Pleated Bow Heel with Ankle Strap, $395.

Launch Gallery: Lily Collins’ Red Carpet Fashion Evolution: From Cute Teenager to Bonafide Movie Star

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