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Triple Chic (more known as Paris Party) is an aesthetic most prevalent in interior design in the late 2000s in the early 2010s, most specifically those marketed to young girls, it is an interpretation of the feminine associations with Paris.

History[]

Key elements of this aesthetic go back to the 1950s when the poodle skirt trend was popular and it was fashionable for women to own poodles, a dog breed loved by France, that eventually became a stereotype.

In the 2000s, Parisian motifs became popular with suburbanites (mainly adults), but in the late 2000s and early 2010s it was a popular design staple for girls' bedrooms, hence the feminine and youthful motifs.

Due to its popularity in the 2000s there is overlap with common McBling design cues such as shades of pink and black, as well as zebra prints.

Visuals[]

  • Fancy or cursive writing
  • Bright pink
  • Zebra prints and stripes
  • Pink glitter
  • Dress forms
  • Curly Girly-styled clip art
  • The Eiffel Tower
  • Polka dots
  • Fleur-de-lis
  • Poodles

Fashion[]

  • Dresses
  • Poodle Skirts
  • Lapel coats
  • Tights
  • Designer clothes
  • Jewelry
  • Ruffles
  • High heels
  • Lace
  • Sunglasses
  • Hats

Media[]

Movies[]

  • Barbie: a Fashion Fairytale (2010)
  • Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights (2013)

Television[]

  • Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse
  • The Pink Panther

Video Games[]

  • Imagine: Fashion Designer World Tour
  • Fashion Studio: Paris Collection

Note[]

While the aesthetic definitely exists, the term 'Triple Chic' was coined for this Wiki and the Personal Aesthetics Wiki; it is not an official name. This page was added with permission from the creator. On social media, it's more known as Paris Party.

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