Parisienne Look

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“French charm”, “French style” – how many times have we heard this phrase? France made a lot in order to be considered a world mecca of fashion and style. Not surprisingly, the first time coming to France, many expect to see on the streets of French cities Women, like just coming down from the catwalks of fashion shows. However, the real street style, is totally different. So, if you generalize, the Parisian style is based on three pillars: the appropriateness, elegance and demeanor. These are the key concepts, which correspond to the style of French, even if at first it does not make you bright impressions.

If you want to feel the Parisian style and successfully apply it to your look, be ready to develop in yourself the ability to combine expensive and cheap, modern with classic, avant-garde with a conventional, vintage with new styles – a feature that is common to all stylish French women. A variety of scarves and neckerchiefs, berets and hats – important details of a Parisienne Look.

Today, I am wearing a classic pencil skirt that I matched with the same marsala colour of a beret, and a top in barocco style. Classic and vintage today is the key of my outfit. 😉

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Sleveless Coat – Armani Exchange // Top Barocco – SheIn // Pencil Skirt – Old

Bag – Moschino // Watch&Accessories – Armani

Boots – Lemon Jelly // Beret – Parkhurst

5 Comments

  1. Very chic and lovely! Thanks for visiting and liking my blog 🙂

    http://avecvalerie.com

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    1. Thank you, Valerie😍🙌

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  2. Wonderful looks, you lovely lady! 🙂

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    1. Thank you! It is very nice of you 😊

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