I’m absolutely in love with French girl style and their je ne sais quois inspiring outfits. I’ve tried to nail French girl style and dressed like French for a few occasions. All 5 looks that I’m sharing today is actually very wearable and could be dressed up and down. The key in creating French-inspired outfits – is to use neutrals along with red, white and blue. There are brands that replicate this je ne sais quois style in their collections – my personal favourites are Maje, Sandro and All Saints 🙂
Outfit Nr.1 The key here is red skirt, that gives these French vibes to the whole outfit 🙂 Mine is from the brand Maje that I’ve bought last year during the summer sales. I love the striped T-Shirt that I picked in France two years ago – it looks interesting because stripes are not blue or black as usual, bet red. Strow hat and bag are kind of French wardrobe essentials – they will always give french vibes to the outfit 😉
Outfit Nr.2White, blue and red – looks always good together 😉 My blouse is from All Saints, jeans – H&M Conscious (I actually wrote a post about conscious fashion last week – check it out here😉 ) The outfit is very simple, but with added accessories it looks very French and stylish.
Outfit Nr.3If you are interested in French style, you’ll probably see the floral dresses everywhere as an essential part of French wardrobe – but actually it could be any dress that looks flattering on you and are in one of the ‘French’ colors. Mine is from French brand Sandro from previous summer collection.
Outfit Nr.5The accessories are really important – here it is the shoes that probably every French girl owns – espadrilles ;-). Mine is from Castaner – they have so many colors and models to choose from that everyone will find their own best pair of espadrilles! Again – combine them with simple outfit and strow hat – and voila! Outfit à la française is ready 😉
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Do you love French girl style? What is your favorite outfit from the five?
Thanks for reading and see you next time! 😉