Monday, July 23, 2018

How to Master French Girl Style

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{Top | Denim | Bag | Shoes | Scarf}



I'm pretty sure we've all at some point Googled a variation of the words "French girl style" --- it's that quintessential effortless look while being oh-so-cool and still put together. But, it's not overdone, her whole look is excellently executed, but not all pieces of her look are perfect, i.e. barely brushed hair, day-old eyeliner, but homegirl will have the sleekest Chanel flats you ever did see while practically floating down Rue Bonaparte to meet friends for cocktails. 

So how is said "French Girl style" achieved? 


It's all in the attitude, and maybe some of these tips below:

Hair: embrace your natural texture. No need to pull out the hot tools and comb, Just let the hair be, less is more when it comes to achieving hair perfection.

Makeup: Maybe the lesson on this post is that less is more when it comes to covetable French-girl style, so keep the makeup minimal too. It's either a smoky eye or a bold red lip but not both. Pick one as the base of your look and subtlely build around it -- a few swipes of mascara, eyebrow gel and done. 

Clothing: Whether you are a Left Bank preppy, Right Bank bohemian or more of a garçonne -- a take on a masculine/feminine mix up there is a style sure to suit you. I really love the masculine/feminine take personally, it has a way of making me feel confident, in charge, all while looking very cool. Think loafers, skinny jeans, a baggy oxford paired with a boxy blazer or a leather moto. If you go the garçonne route try it with a red lip to balance out the masculinity. 

Accouterments: French girls are known for having the best accessories, if we lived in France we probably would too, but I digress, accessories are key to achieve the look. Not over complicated accessories, but easy, simple and basic. Think, layers of gold coin or pendant necklaces and hoop earrings, a neutral beret, a straw basket bag or a Chanel boy bag, I mean there is a time and places for everything right? BUT there is never a time and place to wear all of these together at the same time. Pick three and take one off. It's the French way of life. 

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