Good style runs in her jeans. She might not be in Europe anymore, but “Emily in Paris” star Camille Razat still manages to bring a bit of Parisian flair to all her outfits, even when she’s dressed in head-to-toe denim. On Dec. 22, the 28-year-old actor and model posted a photo of her designer denim look from a recent appearance on “Good Morning America,” where she discussed the latest season of the show with costar Lucien Laviscount. The chic outfit consisted of an oversize cropped denim jacket and tailored denim shorts with a slightly wavy hem, both medium-wash pieces designed by Alphonse Maitrepierre and styled by Clement Lomellini.
Playing off of this classic aesthetic, Razat accessorized with a pair of incredible cherry-red boots from Miista and a matching red lip. As for jewelry, she kept it simple with an edgy gold chain from Chopard, letting the rest of her outfit speak for itself.
Considering that Razat’s character, also named Camille, is notorious for her cool-girl fashion on the show, it’s no wonder Razat delivers a similar vibe off screen. In real life, she’s able to experiment with her style in ways her character might not have thought possible in the “Emily in Paris” universe. Denim on denim, for instance — a controversial but quintessential staple of American fashion — is proof that the high-fashion model, who was born in France, doesn’t mind taking a few risks. See how Razat made one of the most polarizing trends look perfectly in vogue above.