10 Women Wardrobe Essentials For That French Silhouette!

10 Women Wardrobe Essentials For That French Silhouette!

There’s always a new trend waiting to surprise you at every corner of the world. Some have been airborne, and some of them really traveled the world and like in particular, French Style. It doesn’t matter where ever you are, and if you are at a really fancy party, most probably the chance is you are going to see at least a dozen people rocking the elegant french styled clothing pieces. So, if you wanna have the essence of that chic popular Style, let’s hop right into the essential items which you can add to your chic women’s outfit wardrobe to make your looks more astounding and sexy at the same time.

  1. White T-Shirt

Number one, a white, crisp, tailor shirt with a marked waist is a synonym for urban active and elegant when you’re working or if you’re sitting in a cafe. White shirts are also worn during leisure time in Paris. It’s not something reserved for weekdays or to work that persists. You also see women wearing shirts during weekends. And to spick things up, you can also add the American Gods Laura Moon Varsity Jacket without making your looks dull.

  1. Blazer

An elegant blazer in France is not overdressed. It’s just right, and if it’s a bit silky, a bit shiny, if it has studs on it or on the shoulders, or if it hasn’t acted like color, then it’s even better. It can be fitted and quite tailored if you just over a simple top, or it can be oversized and even double-breasted if you want it as an outerwear piece. If that’s not your thing, don’t worry, everyone’s favorite Elisha Applebaum Fate The Winx Saga Cotton Jacket is always there for your astonishing looks.

  1. Flats

Ballerinas or, alternatively, loafers are a must in Paris because you don’t wear sneakers to work. That’s not really usual. But you do need to work a lot throughout the day, especially if you have to change subway lines during your commute, and subway stations in various areas have endless corridors and stairways. So you definitely need a good pair of flats and a top that gives a more aesthetic vibe to your overall outfit, like Women Fabric Jackets in different colors!

  1. Dress

So let me get this straight black dress does not have to be literal to work. The fact that it fits your body well is much more important. If you’re a pear-shaped body, you might want to go for an A-line dress if you don’t like your arms, you might want to opt for the long sleeve version, etc. The idea of the black dress is that it’s your best possible silhouette and that black is always chic. So when in doubt or when you don’t have anything to wear. You can always wear black, if a bit colder for the dress alone, then throw the Emma Roberts Nerve Vee Red Bomber Jacket on top for a toasty and easy evening.

  1. Tees

a very, very good black t-shirt with a V neck or a crew neck that is flowy and loose enough to move around you when you move and long enough to be tucked into your pants if you want to. And then the exact same t-shirt in white and a few other colors. Once you have found your perfect t-shirt shape, staples; get several ones. So your looks can never disappoint you and still not be happy enough, then throw the Iron Fist Colleen Wing Satin Jacket on top for the belle looks.

  1. TurtleNeck

A nice turtleneck sweater in a good cut in your true size will always look elegant. You can pick black or maybe neutral hues that flatter your skin tone. The tone that you’re going to wear that sweater in winter when your skin is paler anyways, so you need that color to be flattering. Think of Euphoria Rue Bennett Sci-Fi Fantasy Hoodie or cashmere, for instance. It’s so soft that you could wear it on the bearskin, and then you have the feeling that you’re getting hugged all day. And night fabric is important for that sweater to feel great. French women will all tell you if you feel great, it shows, and you also look great once you have that perfect sweater and French perfume on top, and then everybody else will also want to hug you.

  1. Dark Jeans

A well-fitted pair of dark blue jeans can be styled down with sneakers or up with a blazer and a nice pair of heels. So in France, it is seen as a very versatile piece of clothing, much more than clear jeans, which always look more casual, and if you combine it with Ralph Breaks the Internet Mulan Red Varsity Jacket, you are definitely gonna turn some heads around out in public. And that’s not good if you want to go out in those pants later. Also, bleached jeans mean a lot more pollution during the production process, and it wastes a lot of water. And bleaching damages the fibers, so your clear jeans won’t last as long as dark ones. No brainer!

  1. Scarf

A huge scarf is a nice accessory no matter which season you live in. In winter, it can be made of wool, and in summer, for instance, lightweight cotton, it can have a print on it. So it’s going to be the accent color in your outfit. Otherwise made of probably solid colors. You can simply wrap it around your neck, or you can tie it in the front to look a bit more formal. And if you have smelly neighbors in the subway, you know they’re impractical.

  1. Purse

You need a purse into which you can throw everything you need during the whole day. Makeup snacks, books, gym clothes, heels if you’re going out after work, or even the Love Life Anna Kendrick Red Trench Coat; think of Mary Poppins. You know she opens the bag and pulls it out no matter what you need. Yeah, that’s the idea.

  1. Heels

A pair of black high, pointy heels, the type that hurts but heels, and the Ella Jay Basco Birds of Prey Jacket really make your whole outfit look fabulous. Think of Saint Laurent Stilettos, this kind, like your basic, typical, super chic black heels. You can’t really walk in them, but you have flats when you write in your huge handbag. So you’re fine.

Now, when French women go shopping, they seriously prioritize quality over quantity. How to do that? Very simple. Let’s have it in more of a question form, So question one; Does that piece fit with at least half of what’s already in my wardrobe? Second, Will I want to wear that for at least 10 or even 20 years, or is it something fashionable, and it’s gonna go out of fashion at some point? Number three; Is the quality so high that I can wash it at least 50 times, and it’s still going to look good, and its shape. Number four, it’s actually not a question. It’s a challenge; You go home without buying the piece, you wait 24 hours, and then if you still want it, you can go get it. It can be silly, but it actually prevents impulse purchases, and impulses are the main reason why we buy too fast, clothes that are too cheap.

On a scale from zero to 10. How French are you? Because this particular genre of styling is the most famous one, so try not to miss this one up as your fashion reputation is on the line!

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