An Important Discussion About Justin Bieber’s Style In Paris

Because these fits are fire.


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Emily in Paris walked, so Justin in Paris could run.

Celebrating his 27th birthday and filming his new music video on the roof of the Crillon Hotel in Paris, Justin Bieber touched down in the city of love over the weekend and it’s fair to say, his arrival has got people talking.

Sporting not one, but three outstanding outfits so far, Justin took his style up a notch, mixing statement jackets with jeans and a signature pair of purple shades.

For two of his three looks, Justin opted for smart jackets, from a navy bomber to our favourite look on him during this trip thus far, a cropped oversized grey blazer with black jeans. Justin’s looks on this trip certainly have a touch of Hailey to them, who is often seen sporting business casual, mixing street style with formal elements.

Now, it’s safe to say you can still see the skater in Justin throughout these looks, as the creator of skate wear brand drew house and a lover of oversized shorts, baggy fits and rugged looks (although these outfits are a little bit more tailored) Justin still pays homage to the what we usually see on him, with a variation of beanies and baseball hats.


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Hailey’s personal stylist, Maeve Reilly also shared her love for the pair’s matching looks in Paris, saying “it’s the matching monochrome for me,” in response to both Hailey and Justin in coordinating outfits, something we don’t usually see. 


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But we’re liking it, we’re really liking it.

Currently working on his sixth studio album, Justin’s trip to Paris comes just after announcing that he will be bringing out Justice.

“In a time when there’s so much wrong with this broken planet we all crave healing and justice for humanity.

‘In creating this album my goal is to make music that will provide comfort, to make songs that people can relate to and connect to so they feel less alone,” he captioned the announcement post on Instagram.