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Looks to die for: Villanelle’s Killer Outfits from Killing Eve’s Season 3

Sandra Oh as Eve and Jodie Comer as Villanelle, fighting.
Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

She’s back! Serial Killer, come Fashion Icon Villanelle returns to our screens with yet another killer wardrobe, and we’re dying to get our hands on it.

Let’s face it, this alluring assassin does not fail to get our hearts racing. Some of us want to be her, most of us fancy the fucking pants off her. Whether that’s despite, or because of her serial killer habits, is entirely up to you hun ;). And, although your deepest darkest desires about Villanelle will never come true, that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on her… outfits.

Just a little heads up, there may be a couple of spoilers in here, so, if you haven’t started watching the latest series of Killing Eve then… 1) Why the hell not? And 2) Continue reading at your own peril.

Torturous Tuxedo

Jodie Comer as Villanelle in the black tuxedo
Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

Let’s start with the opening scene of the series, the Wedding. We’re big fans of Villanelle’s elegant ensemble. Of course, she’s suited and booted in top-to-toe designer: Simone Rocha blouse, Jimmy Choo Shoes and the show stopper, Comme Des Garçons tuxedo blazer (pictured below).

However, before you go clicking that link hun, we feel kind of obliged to tell you that the tuxedo jacket alone costs £1,200. And, even if you are feeling Boujee AF, it’s currently sold out. But hey, here’s the good news: We’ve picked out some high street alternatives, that won’t break the bank.

Protagonist in PJ’s

Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

This look is a particular favourite of ours because it’s not too far off our current quarantine wardrobe and ticks all the boxes: comfy, stylish, practical and sexy. Just put on a pair of floral silk PJ’s and transform yourself to Villanelle’s Velour sofa, or you know, her bed… Your imagination, your choice chick. Unfortunately, the pattern Jodie Comer wears in the series isn’t available anymore. But, there are many other wicked patterns to choose from the same designer brand Olivia Von Halle, like pair we’ve chosen below:

But, if £400 PJ’s aren’t your thing, which we totally get, here’s our cute high street pick, courtesy of Topshop.

Death by Dungaree’s

Jodie Comer as Villanelle wearing dungaree's
Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

One of her more casual looks of the series, but certainly not one of her worst, was the stripy-T and baggy dungaree’s that Villanelle rocked while assassinating two of her victims with a piano tuning fork. Although we’ve not been able to track down the pair Jodie Comer was wearing in the show, here’s our high street pick.

Guilty in Grey

Jodie Comer as Villanelle in designer grey suit
Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

You remember the bus scene in Ep. 3 yeah? Sure you do, how could you forget? Villanelle certainly rocked that androgynous grey suit, and so can you. Well… perhaps not the exact suit, as this Chalayan suits combined total comes in at around £600. Oh, and it’s completely sold out.

Chalayan Suit that Villanelle wore in series 3
Suit, Chalayan

But if you’re still wanting to slay in this two-piece, we’ve found a pretty awesome – not to mention affordable – high street alternative from Zara.

Zara suit
Suit, Zara

Fearlessly Floral

Jodie Comer in Killing Eve, wearing The Villanelle Dress
Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

Kid you not, this piece is actually called ‘The Villanelle dress’. It was made by The Vampire’s Wife for Villanelle, and surprise, surprise, it’s completely sold out. Keeping your eyes peeled though; who knows, by the time we’re able to socialise again, it might be back in stock.

We hope you’re enjoying the new series as much as us. If you’re worried about what to watch when the series is over, then check out our recommendations.

Who’s next on Villanelle’s Hitlist?

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Elle Whaley
Elle Whaley

As well as being a Creative Writer for Nonchalant Magazine, Elle’s also a Software Developer, based in London. So when she’s not writing content for us, you’ll probably find her writing code… Or at the pub. Probably the pub.

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