21 April 2014

STYLE - Secrets To French Style ❤

Hi Lovelies,
I hope you are all having a fabulous week so far! Today's post is going to be a little different, and something I hope all my lovely readers will enjoy. I have been given an exciting challenge to undertake, which involves showcasing my best style tips through the use of an image, article or video. Now I have never been a trend setter, but I have always kept my style quite understated and plain, using key items to make my outfit look a little more chic...for example adding a handbag or a scarf.  I have always been a fan of French elegance, and have also been very lucky to travel to Paris and Monaco quite a few times. I always find each and every single time I come back I end up searching for key pieces to make me look like the beautiful women that I have come across whilst on my travels. When I think of ultimate style and elegance I always think of the likes of Coco Chanel and Audry Hepburn, as those particular ladies will always ooze simplicit elegance to the entire world. I have found some fantastic features on how to achieve the "Parisian Chic" look, and I will leave all the links and information for you lovelies to check out for yourselves.
Less is always more...
Coco Chanel always believed that before going out you should look in the mirror, and remove one accessory before steeping outside. A simple trench coat, pair of jeans, White shirt or scarf is all you need to be quintessential, effortless and chic. 
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- Coco Chanel 
 “A woman can be over dressed but never over elegant.” 

I also picked out some lovely pieces from the La Redoute website, which you can find in the link below (L-R)

Silk/Cotton/Cashmere Fisherman-Style Sweater £41.40

ELLOS Blouse with Floppy Bow and Buttoned Cuffs £25.00

Cotton Twill Trench Coat, £65.00


I hope you have enjoyed this post lovelies, and hopefully it has given you some inspiration for the Spring and Summer. I love hearing from all my lovely readers, so don't forget to leave your thoughts, questions and links in the comments section down below.

For a gorgeous style guide on how to achieve the very best of French style check out 

Lots of Love
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2 comments

  1. Lovely post chick, something a bit different but I really enjoyed reading it!

    Catherine xxx
    www.youwishyou.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. French style is probably my favourite of them all, probably because of the minimalist aspect to it and that it's so classic! 100% agree that less is more. Love this post!
    Meg x

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