Seven anti-trend outfits that French women have been wearing for years
For many people, French women are a model of restrained style, elegance and femininity. While fashion is changing all over the world, French women have been stubbornly wearing their favorite things for years, which they have learned to style in different ways.
French style is often called "classic". For the most part, local women prefer such things as blazers, sweaters, loose pants, trench coats, straight jeans, and laconic accessories. The editors of Who What Wear told us what anti-trends can still be seen in the wardrobe of French ladies (to see the photos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Coat + Sweater + Pants + Boots
This combination is so simple that it has already become a staple for French women. While other fashionistas are experimenting with layering and details, they stick to the win-win option.
Blazer + T-shirt + straight pants + ballet flats
Another boring combination that is loved in France is suitable for walking around Paris. You'll be surprised, but it's this simple combination of things that gives the local ladies away, not the long dresses and berets that tourists wear.
Floral print dress + shoes of any style
A minimum of details is about French looks. You can endlessly combine a dress with T-shirts, jackets, sleeveless shirts and a corset, but simplicity still looks better for the French.
Trench coat + jeans + ankle boots
The fashion industry is already shouting that trench coats are out of fashion and have become too common, but French women don't care. The outerwear protects them from wind and rain, and the fact that every third fashionista has the same model is an insignificant nuance.
Jacket + "lingerie" dress
The same simple, straight and monochromatic dresses to the calf were at the peak of popularity a few years ago, but then beauties got bored. Everyone except the French women.
Shirt + straight jeans + sneakers
Don't let the feminine French style mislead foreigners, because the locals also appreciate the practicality of sneakers, which they gladly combine with a shirt and sweater.
Striped sweater + skirt + heels
Everyone has heard that a horizontal stripe makes the figure visually wider, so few people dare to combine clothes with such a print in their outfits. However, graceful and petite French ladies have found a successful combination.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 models of outerwear for fall 2023 that will not go out of fashion soon.