Which French-Girl Style Suits You?

While a bateau-stripe tee and a red lip constitute the most celebrated tenets of French-girl style there are many more layers to the gallic nation’s sartorial onion. In honor of Paris Fashion Week we’ve narrowed down the different personalities from the Fall 2015 collections to ensure your next French-inspired purchase is more interesting, unique and individual than a pair of ballet flats.

Adam Katz Sinding


Pair a shell-colored ruffle-neck dress with tan accessories and a herringbone blazer for a fresh spin on bohemian style.



Add a little sass to your buttoned-up look by belting an embellished cardigan over a slip dress or pencil skirt.


Opt for loose separates in structured fabrics like crepe-de-chine and ribbed wool.


Embrace playful add-ons and vibrant colors for your next evening out.

Louis Vuitton

Nothing screams modern luxury like a leather shearling topper in a mod silhouette.

Isabel Marant

Communicate your brand of laid-back cool with an oversize lace-up sweater, printed jeans and a stacked-heel boot.


Team dark lace with lush velvet extras for a femme-noir feel.


Juxtapose rich jacquards and embroideries in similar color families.