With nods to Sex and the City, the fashion in Emily in Paris, a new 10-episode show on Netflix, is (unsurprisingly) full of sartorially covetable moments. From a sheer blouse featuring the Eiffel Tower that the American protagonist, Emily (Lily Collins), wears to her first day on the job in Paris to the deconstructed haute couture dress she dons for an auction, the looks come from a noteworthy list of designers.

While there are some pieces that Sex and the City‘s Patricia Field (in collaboration with French costume designer Marylin Fitoussi) created specifically for the show, in a refreshing move for the costume world, most of the clothing is from current brands. What’s even better than the fact that viewers can get their hands on the styles from Emily in Paris is that it’s not all Chanel and Christian Louboutin (though the two do feature very prominently in the show). In fact, with the duo pulling clothing from a variety of contemporary designers, ranging from Sandro to Kate Spade and Ganni, some of the onscreen looks are relatively affordable.

That said, with filming having taken place last year and many of the pieces being vintage to start off, a lot of the items we had our eye on are no longer available. All to say: Don’t wait on buying the looks that are as, at the time of publishing, some of the pieces have only a few sizes left.

Ahead, the Emily in Paris-approved pieces you can buy right now.

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In a nod to the Sex and the City finale, Emily wears a tulle skirt for a work event early on in the series. She pairs it with a formal strapless black top, Christian Louboutin sandals, and a quirky vintage purse.

Alexandre Vauthier Strapless draped stretch-silk satin bustier top, $, available at The Outnet

While Mindy tells Emily that she “look[s] American” in this yellow look, the tank-skirt set is actually the product of popular Danish fashion export Ganni. The matching bag is designed by Field, while the sold-out belt is from Rag & Bone.

Ganni Hemlock printed crepe de chine camisole, $, available at The Outnet

Ganni Hemlock Printed Silk Maxi Skirt, $, available at Vestiaire Collective

Emily has a soft spot for plaid, checkered, and houndstooth patterns. Good news: Most of this look is still available. Bad news: It won’t come cheap.

Veronica Beard Miller Dickey Checker Jacket, $, available at Bergdorf Goodman

Veronica Beard Carito Checked Cotton Shorts, $, available at mytheresa

Chanel Iridescent Lambskin Quilted Bag, $, available at Fashionphile

Christian Louboutin Soval 85 metallic textured-leather pumps, $, available at Net-A-Porter

While it’s hard to see with the long blouse, Emily’s skirt features a stunning pearl trim — that is perfectly balanced out with the sporty bucket hat.

Kangol Furgora Bucket Hat, $, available at Shoes.com

Sandro Mini skirt, $, available at Yoox

While the Alice + Olivia blouse, featuring the Eiffel Tower, and the Aldo bag that Emily wears on her first day at work are no longer available, you can still score the skirt and booties (albeit in different colors).

Ronny Kobo Faux snake-effect leather mini skirt, $, available at The Outnet

Christian Louboutin Gorgona 85 leather ankle boots, $, available at Matches Fashion

In one of the season’s most standout looks, Emily wears a Chanel jacket with a plaid bucket hat, a mini bag, and Christian Louboutin booties in a collage print. Consider the jacket an investment piece.
Kangol plaid bucket hat

Chanel Tweed Jacket, $, available at TheRealReal

Staud Mini Bissett Bucket Bag, $, available at Farfetch

While the fuzzy Essentiel Antwerp sweater that Emily wears to the French countryside is sadly no longer available, through some internet sleuthing, we found the rain boots, though in a different color.

Aigle Malouine Wellington Boots, $, available at Amazon

While attending a Paris Fashion Week show, Emily nods to her Chicago roots with matching puffer coat and dress from Virgil Abloh’s brand Off-White.

Off-White Floral Print Mini Dress, $, available at TheRealReal

In an homage to Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face, Emily wears a stunning strapless black dress and crystal-adorned pumps to the opera. She rounds out the look with Agnelle gloves, vintage purse and fur, and La Compagnie du Costume jewels.

Christian Siriano Off-The-Shoulder Dress, $, available at Farfetch

Cosmoparis Jordann Pumps, $, available at Cosmoparis

While visiting Pierre Cadault at home, Emily wears a floral MSMG coat from a 2013 collection and quirky accessories, including Fendi sock boots and a furry bag.

Kate Spade Nicola Faux Fur Twistlock Chain Wallet, $, available at kate spade

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