From layering to colour, we're obsessing over these street style outfits from Paris Fashion Week

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Debbie Blackhey wears a navy blue and white ribbed oversized turtleneck pullover, a beige with black and white print pattern oversized wool cardigan, a beige long oversized with brown checkered print pattern shoulder long coat, pale purple flared suit pants, a yellow with black Kenzo inscriptions print pattern crossbody bag from Kenzo outside Hermes, during Paris Fashion Week - Menswear F/W 2022-2023. Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
Debbie Blackhey wears a navy blue and white ribbed oversized turtleneck pullover, a beige with black and white print pattern oversized wool cardigan, a beige long oversized with brown checkered print pattern shoulder long coat, pale purple flared suit pants, a yellow with black Kenzo inscriptions print pattern crossbody bag from Kenzo outside Hermes, during Paris Fashion Week - Menswear F/W 2022-2023. Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images

Paris Fashion Week buzz might have ended on 27 January, but it has left us with much-needed fashion lessons for the year ahead.

The street style was a reminder of the kind of bounce we need in our step for 2022. 

See our favourite looks below.

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All photos by Getty Images

LAYERING

A layered outfit expresses creativity and style only in a distinct way. It is all about experimenting with fabrics, textures and patterns. We love how Debbie Blackhey pulled the look of when she was spotted outside Hermes.

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More layering inspo.

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COLOUR

Contrary to what some might believe, a colourful outfit is not only for spring or summer. You can be as bright as you fancy, even during colder days. And also, there are no restrictions on what works, and it is all about expression. 

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GRAND PA

The masculine silhouette was a hit in 2020 and 2021, and now in 2022, this gender-neutral trend continues to state its case.

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MIDI SKIRT 

The midi skirt made quite an appearance. The patterns and ensembles were non-identical and unique. 

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ATHLEISURE 

This trend isn't only comfort, it is about style. 

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COAT

A stylish classic coat can transform an outfit. It will never go out of style. Zita d'Hauteville looked all things classic in her coat when she was spotted outside Fendi during Paris Fashion Week - Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2022.

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More coat inspo.

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