If you’ve ever wondered how marketing assistant Emily Cooper manages to afford her lifestyle in Emily in Paris the numbers have been crunched and it turns out it can’t.
The third season of guilty pleasure watch was released earlier this week and ended with Emily in an even more complicated love triangle after things seemed to be working out.
However, it’s been a question since the series began how she manages to afford such a lavish lifestyle, with countless new designer outfits in rotation as well.
Emily also lives in an apartment downtown and seems to spend money on events and fancy dinners.
Now she’s taken the time to discover how she manages to balance the bills for her enviable lifestyle and it’s estimated that she spends more than four times her salary on clothes and food.
According to Glassdoor, the median salary for her job in Paris is just €35,873 (£31,713), however NewCasinos he places his highest income at €44,000 (£39,000).
However, his annual spending amounts to about €111,000 (£99,000).
While this includes your housing and food expenses in these figures, your credit card debt is likely in the red due to your love of designer clothing and accessories.
It is also estimated that Emily spends around €71,000 (£63,000) on her clothes alone to have Valentino, Prada, Christian Louboutin and Balmain in her wardrobe.
In the first episode of this season, two outfits she wears cost a whopping €1,809 (£1,600) combined: a Magda Butrym Georgette minidress, a Dundas Metalic Tanner skirt and an Essentiel Antwerp Corleone sweater.
The next episode also sees her don a zebra-print jacket by Dolce and Gabbana, which retails for €4,524 (£4,000).
She’s not the only one spending money, however, as Camille (Camille Razat) wears a Schiaparelli cardigan valued at €6,560 (£5,800) in the fourth episode.
While it’s unclear if they were ever given any of the brands’ items as gifts, the seemingly endless clothing options suggest they spend thousands out of their own pockets.
The studio also considers Emily’s rent to be a huge expense, as she reportedly spent around €30,540 (£27,000) to live near the Panthéon on Place de l’Estrapade in the 5th arrondissement.
The fact that she always opts for taxis over the tube also leaves her spending around €2,827 (£2,500) on transport a year.
However, he appears to be living sparingly in a category, with an estimated annual food spend of around €2,827 (£2,500), which could be due to the fact that Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) might be providing him with free meals at his restaurant. or that he takes advantage of the canapés that are offered at work events.
Her nights out with Camille and Mindy (Ashley Park) also see her spend around €1,131 (£1,000) a year.
However, Lily recently said that she “loved this idea of suspension of disbelief that this the girl loves fashion so much‘.
He added that he believed Emily and Mindy had “a giant clothing storage unit that they share, or maybe Emily has a clothing rental situation.”
Emily in Paris is streaming on Netflix.
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