How do French women always look perfect? Looking through the looks of Charlotte Gainsbourg, Emmanuelle Al or Ines de la Fressange, one gets the impression that they have an excellent sense of style in their blood and they do not put any effort into compiling the perfect set of clothes.
French women are not afraid of light negligence, they consider a man's shirt on a woman's figure much more attractive than a revealing top and in every possible way honor a basic wardrobe, because, first of all, it is convenient. We have collected 7 things that could definitely be in the wardrobe of French girls.
This jacket really is in the wardrobe of the most fashionable Frenchwoman of our time. The owner of impeccable taste Ines de la Fressange has included this element of everyday wear in her author's collection for the mass market giant Uniqlo. Ines suggests wearing it both with basic white T-shirts and with representative blouses and shirts.
When the phrase "French style" is used, a sophisticated girl in a woolen beret immediately appears. French online retailer La Redoute has a wide selection of similar hats.
French Vogue editor Emmanuel Alt believes that for a flawless look, the main thing is to find a suitable model of trousers that visually conceals the hips and lengthens the legs. Breeches with a belt from Asos may well qualify for this role.
Blouse with polka dots
Many famous French women often appear at events in light blouses with white peas. The star of the movie "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" Frenchwoman Clemence Poesy prefers a combination of white print on a burgundy background. We found a similar option in the oodji collection.
White "mens" shirt
The muse of French fashion houses, actress Charlotte Gainsbourg is a big fan of men's clothes. She skillfully combines oversized shirts with skinny jeans and skirts. A suitable model for fashion experiments can be found in the Fred Perry collection.
A laconic coat of a calm universal color is one of the main elements of French chic. You can wear anything under it and look as stylish as Emmanuelle Alt.
France is very fond of the Maje brand, which always pleases with beautiful black dresses. Former editor of French Vogue Karin Roitfeld always encourages girls not to be afraid of dark shades and always have a black dress on hand. However, Karin is clearly citing another famous Frenchwoman, Coco Chanel, who made the little black dress iconic.