March 3rd, 2013

À la Française

French Women Style

Just when I was becoming a bit tired of the ‘French-women-have-better-style’ drumbeat, Net-a-Porter’s magazine, The Edit, covered the topic with aplomb. The Edit‘s second issue, out last Thursday, pays homage to the chic Parisienne, and coincides with the fashion flock’s arrival in the City of Light.

Who wouldn’t want to look long and lean like the Paris Vogue editors above.  They sport perfect run-around looks that could go from drop-off to meetings. Toss a pair of flats in your bag and you are set to go.

And Carine. In the accompanying interview she talks about being a babushka (grandmother in Russian)– I love a woman who embraces her age; her honesty is fresh and oddly youthful.

Net-a-porter magazine - The Edit

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CHLOÉ

Silk scarf

VALENTINO

Velvet sandals

BALENCIAGA

Trench

CHLOÉ

Leather boots

MAX MARA

Striped sweater

CHLOÉ

Silk scarf black

CHLOÉ

Leather jacket

CHLOÉ

Ankle boots

ACNE STUDIOS

Shearling-lined jacket

VINCE

Washed-satin skirt

VALENTINO

Embellished pumps

MISSONI

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  • French editors are the epitome of easy cool chic. Love their look and the minimalism of it all. Carine is an icon and an inspiration. LOVE!

    JulieMarch 3rd, 2013  5:58 PM

     
  • Thanks for sharing the article! I loved it! I love your blog too, keep up the great work 🙂

    AnnieMarch 3rd, 2013  7:56 PM

     
  • I spend a lot of time in Paris and always admire the juxtaposition between casual and sophisticated that French women seem to achieve effortlessly. I did a post on tips for how to achieve French chic. Check it out at www.madlychic.com/2012/04/24/je-ne-sais-quoi-2/

    illysia neumann-loreckMarch 4th, 2013  9:09 AM

     
  • Best silhouette in fashion history.

    AmelMarch 4th, 2013  6:32 PM

     

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