How to replace jeans: 5 practical things that all French fashionistas wear
Jeans have a special place in the wardrobe of Parisian women. But due to the continuous flow of fashion trends, this item is taking a small step back. Alternatives are coming to the fore.
What should you wear instead of denim to add a little French charm to your style? Read the OBOZREVATEL article.
1. Suit trousers
Classic high-waisted trousers add elegance and sophistication to the look. Especially if you choose the right top (a strict shirt, corset, blouse, T-shirt, top, jumper, bodysuit or long sleeves). Such a model of trousers will look informal if you add slides, sneakers or sneakers to your outfit.
2. Leather trousers or skirt
On cooler days, French women often wear high-waisted leather trousers or skirts in a classic palette (black, beige and wine). These wardrobe items are interestingly combined with a loose-fitting top (bodysuit + jacket or oversized sweater) or with long johns.
3. Palazzo trousers
These wide-leg trousers have become an integral part of the wardrobe of many French fashionistas. Palazzo trousers create a feeling of lightness, and their loose fit gives the look a natural elegance. They can be combined with a blouse, shirt, bodysuit or loose-fitting T-shirt.
4. Bermuda shorts
French ladies emphasise the beauty of their legs with laconic and minimalist Bermuda shorts (without decor and prints). On hot days, they are worn with T-shirts, tops and bodysuits, and on cooler days, with oversized sweaters, loose-fitting cardigans or tweed jackets.
5. Midi skirt
Midi skirts add femininity to the look and allow you to create a balanced and stylish outfit. They suit women with any body type, regardless of whether you have curvy hips or long legs. Items with aura, gradient, polka dot or landscape prints look particularly interesting.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote about combinations with jeans, which will not go out of fashion for a long time.