French Women Secrets to be Stylish with a Limited Budget

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Being chic and stylish doesn’t always means spending a lot of money. People often think that most Parisian women literally ruin themselves shopping at Dior, Vuitton or Chanel… Well, I’ll tell you a secret: that’s not the case – except… Continue Reading

How French Women Get Dressed for Work?

Lately, Jamie from Michigan USA kindly sent me this rather intriguing message: « I came across an outfit challenge online (#CorporetteOutfitChallenge, editor’s note) that I thought you would find interesting. I remember reading some of your tips for ‘no idea’ days… Continue Reading

What Parisian Girls Actually Wear? 7 Ultimate Wardrobe Pieces

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You know for certain that what is fashionable today will look outdated tomorrow…  But who can totally escape from fashion trends? They influence the way we get dressed every season and some of them are here to stay for long.… Continue Reading

5 French Women dos to stay Chic in the Summer

Beach on the French WestCoast Summertime is here with many occasions for going outside, enjoying the countryside, the beach, mountain outdoor or whatever. Still, Summer isn’t a synonym of « who cares about what I wear until I feel good and… Continue Reading

Focus on the Striped Sailor’s T-Shirt

Lately, in « The 8 Must Have pieces for your wardrobe« , I’ve listed the striped sailor’s T-Shirt as one of the kinds. After a trip to the French coast Coco Chanel was so inspired by the sailors’ uniform that she incorporated… Continue Reading

The Parisian Way to Create a 8-Pieces Capsule Wardrobe

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With the current trend for decluttering your closet in the air, one compelling concept comes to my mind: the 8-pieces French wardrobe. The « Capsule wardrobe » is a movement that gained traction in 2014, but it feels especially accurate when downsizing,… Continue Reading

3 tips to wear colors like a French Woman

It’s a true fact: most of the French women are rather prudent when it comes to wearing colors. It’s a strong difference with other countries. It’s a part of the French style DNA. Maybe we should be more bold about… Continue Reading