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6 French style rules that will suit every woman

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At a time when there was no Instagram, we relied solely on the reviews of Fashion Weeks in matters of style. Now we are literally spoiled for choice - social networks not only allow us to see the whole inside of the fashion world, but also follow all the trends that form around the style of representatives of various countries in real time.

As is known, French women are considered to be one of the standards of style. Their style is determined by expensive basic items, Breton tops, silk shirts and stylish, but restrained clothing.

Although many French women still tend to traditional, casual aesthetics, Instagram proves that the classic French style no longer dictates the rules to each Parisian woman. They side with a more avant-garde and experimental approach.

“We love fashionable shoes, extravagant jewelry, luxurious print or one detail that will make everyone pay attention to themselves,” says one of the French fashion bloggers.

To better understand what the classic French style looks like in 2018, we studied the profiles of famous fashionable women of France and highlighted 6 golden rules to recreate their style.

Always look for a way to beat basic things.

Fashionable French women know the power of basic things, but they also know that these things will look much better if they are beaten. For example, it is enough to supplement a jacket with a wide belt to get a stylish bow that is relevant this year.
@camillecharriere

Do not be afraid to break the rules

Forget about the basics of minimalism - one of the famous French bloggers, for example, paired with jeans, put on a sand trench coat, and on top - also a denim jacket in tone jeans. And the whole image is complemented by an elegant shirt with a print and ankle boots.
@jeannedamas

Miniskirts look gorgeous with a belt and dark pantyhose.

While one part of the mods exchanges their mini for midi, the French still defend the length of the mini. A skirt with a belt and a print, for example, in combination with translucent black tights and a sweater looks more than stylish.
@sabinasocol

Fancy jumper is always a good idea.

Even the most traditional Parisian wardrobe can be successfully diluted with a fancy jumper. The secret is to combine this thing with perfect inflated jeans on the figure and fashionable ankle boots.
@jeannedamas

Trouser suits always look amazing with sneakers.

The High-Low style (that is, something between a night and an evening style) is a key characteristic of the modern French style. So, the tailored suit looks even more stylish with sneakers.
@camillecharriere

Leopard print - new classic

Perhaps the majority of French women are just obsessed with this predatory print. If you, too, then feel free to add things with a leopard print to your wardrobe.
@adenorah

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