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How to get a Parisian Fashion Wardrobe: More Outfit Ideas – Part VII

All of my Parisian Style & Wardrobe Posts can be found here.

BLACK AND WHITE TUXEDO TOP WITH A BLAZER OVER A STRIPED PENCIL SKIRT

Colour blocking at its best, as in with neutrals. No bright loud colours, but the patterns are striking.

TUXEDO TOP WITH WIDE-LEGGED PANTS

Another great Parisian look is the wide-legged pant. Some little pointy-toed flats peeking out, maybe a coat slung casually over the shoulders, and you’re good to go.

THE SIMPLE NAVY DRESS & SWEATER, BELTED AND THE MOST CLASSIC OF ALL TRENCH COATS

Being obsessed with classic trench coats (brand = Burberry, naturally), the look of a simple navy dress is elevated when you wear the most classic of all trench coats over it.


SIMPLE POP OF COLOUR AGAINST A WHITE SKIRT

If they wear colour, it is against a neutral background, like below.

THE STRIPED SHIRT, JEANS & BALLET FLATS

And we can never, ever leave out the classic Breton striped shirt, jeans and some flats.

You cannot go wrong with this look.

Ever.

(No berets please).

All of my Parisian Style & Wardrobe Posts can be found here.

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