French rule on dating
It’s no wonder that French style icons like Brigitte Bardot and Françoise Hardy were rarely photographed out of a trench.“French women wear clothes that flatter their bodies, regardless of trends,” designer Sophie Theallet told Sexy and sleek, you’ll definitely stand out in a crowd of over-the-top evening-wear.
In 1966 Yves Saint Laurent invented his famous Le Smoking tuxedo suit for women. So do as Parisian girls like Lou Doillon continue to do, and swap your gown for a tuxedo for your next evening event.“I’m into buying clothes that make me feel pretty, that flatter me, but I have never cared about having the latest thing.” Parisian fashionistas develop a signature look, and stick with it.They might update their wardrobe with a few trends, but they always stick to a similar aesthetic. Ever notice how French women never seem to have hair that looks fussy?For the most part, French women dress in a grown-up neutral palette of black, white, beige, and brown, and add pops of color to their look with accessories—say a red handbag or a brightly patterned scarf.It makes mixing and matching from within your closet pretty effortless, not to mention sticking within this palette makes it hard to make a fashion mistake.