Paris On My Mind: Top 10 Looks

October 3, 2023

Bonjour, fashionistas! As the leaves begin to fall and a gentle chill fills the air, the City of Lights comes alive with its signature sense of style. Parisian women have long been celebrated for their innate ability to effortlessly exude an air of elegance, no matter the season. This fall and winter, we're taking a deep dive into the heart of French fashion to uncover the latest trends that will have you channeling your inner Parisian muse. From ballerina flats to cozy knits, we've got you covered with the ultimate guide to mastering chic Parisian style for the colder months.

Ribbon Pink

Given the balletcore trend that has taken over our IG feeds, this season we're going to see hues of pink in everyday looks. Delicate ribbons and bows have indeed made a fashionable comeback, and style icons like Hailey Bieber have played a significant role in popularizing this trend.

H&M, Oversized Poplin Shirt, $24.99

Mango, Buttoned flowy shirt, $39.99

Crème de La crème

What's more parisian than a total monochromatic look? Pairing a neutral-colored maxi skirt with a coordinating top or shirt creates a harmonious and understated look that is quintessentially Parisian.

&OtherStories, Fitted Utility Polo Shirt, $44.99

MANGO, Slit denim skirt,$69.99

Ballet Flats

When it comes to footwear this season, nothing says "chic" quite like a pair of ballet flats. Parisian women have been loyal devotees of these delicate and versatile shoes for decades. Opt for classic black or muted neutrals to complement your wardrobe effortlessly. Whether you're strolling along the Seine or sipping café au lait at a quaint Montmartre bistro, ballet flats will be your trusted companion, adding a touch of grace to your every step.

The Row, Elastic Ballet leather flats, $ 820.00

Repetto Paris, Camille leather ballerina shoes, $386

Tailored Outerwear

The Parisian secret to conquering fall and winter fashion lies in mastering the art of layering. A perfectly tailored blazer worn over a crisp white button-down shirt, paired with high-waisted trousers, is the epitome of French chic. Don't forget the quintessential silk scarf delicately draped around your neck, adding a pop of color and sophistication to your ensemble.

Zara, Long jumpsuit, $59.90

Topshop, Brushed Blazer Coat, $128.00

Invest in a well-tailored coat or jacket that makes a statement. Whether it's a classic trench coat, a tailored wool coat, or a stylish leather jacket, outerwear should be both functional and fashionable. Parisians understand the importance of a quality coat to pull together any look during the colder months.

Voluminous Belted Wool Coat, $329

The Cozy Knit: L'Amour en Tricot

As temperatures drop, Parisian style takes a cozy turn. Chunky knit sweaters are a must-have for any chic wardrobe. Opt for oversized cardigans, turtlenecks, or even knit dresses in neutral hues like camel, gray, and cream. Not only will they keep you warm during brisk walks in the Tuileries Garden, but they'll also make you look effortlessly stylish.

Mango, Openwork knitted shorts, $ 39.99

S'il vous pleated

Whether paired with a casual striped Breton shirt or a tailored blazer, a pleated skirt encapsulates perfectly the essence of parisian charm.

Storets, Winona Pleated Skort, $58.90

Reformation,Mattia Cotton Knit Mini Skirt, $148

Moulin Rouje

No Parisian look is complete without a red detail. Whether it's a pair of red ballet flats, a cozy knit sweater, or a statement handbag, incorporating red into your Parisian-inspired ensemble adds a pop of color and a dash of drama, capturing the very essence of Paris itself.

& Other Stories, pocket Tweed Jacket, $219

Reformation, Ashland Leather Trench, $798
GANNI, Red Wide Welt Buckle Ballerinas, $395

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