A carefree attitude about clothes, love for vintage pieces and messy bedhead hair – achieving the iconic French woman style has been the pursuit of women for ages.
Thankfully, British Vogue has come up with this brilliant idea of revealing the mystique of the evasive French style secret by delving right into the heart of their wardrobes! The publication has started off the series “Inside the Wardrobe – How to Dress Like a French Woman” by paying visits to contemporary style icons like Caroline de Maigret and model Camille Rowe. With Josephine de la Baume being my absolute favorite, I have decided to try tracking down pieces that would perfectly emulate her covetable style and enviable insouciance.
Let’s start with those jackets, shall we?
ÉTOILE ISABEL MARANT coat, BALENCIAGA biker jacket, STELLA MCCARTNEY blazer
If you’re on social media a lot, then you must have noticed this cult US beauty brand – Glossier – launched by none other than Emily Weiss (founder of the widely-ready beauty site Into The Gloss).
Glossier goes by a core guiding principle of “Skin Is In”. The line features products like the Soothing Face Mist, Priming Moisturizer, Perfecting Skin Tint, Balm Dotcom and many others. Great reviews so far – I can’t wait to try some of the products myself.
Until now it has only been available in the United States (shop here) but as of today The Balm Dotcom Three-Pack is available for £25 at Net-a-Porter. Here’s to hoping more of Glossier will be sold on Net-a-Porter soon!
It is officially Spring in Sydney, but for the rest of the world – Zara brings a retro, mod and masculine mood to your Fall Winter wardrobe.
Country Road is all about the seventies this Spring, with a big focus on luxe materials and billowing proportions. Be sure to watch their video (here) for a thorough guide on their new collection.
By now it may be a bit obvious that I am borderline obsessive of anything denim. The 90s era dungaree is a classic that I have yet to embrace, but has the casual, laidback vibe I like nonetheless.
Shop your version of the 90s trend-