This is the first installment in a three-part series.

Stylistically innovative and technically exceptional, the outstanding reputation of the French fashion industry has had every fashion-conscious girl around the world intrigued.

Here’s A Guide For Our Fellow Francophiles on How to Dress.

The Striped Shirt
The striped shirt is a staple that will never go out of style. It’s the “neutral” of the print world, pairing as perfectly with other patterns as it does with denim, leather, khaki and the list goes on. The possibilities are endless with this wardrobe power player.

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The Ballet Flats
Ballet flats, also known as “dolly shoes” are an evolution in women’s footwear. Sometimes designed with a ribbon-like binding near the toe-tip or with a decorative string tie, these shoes are just as high in comfort as they are in fashion.

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The Red Lipstick
A vibrant red mouth is beauty’s equivalent of the little black dress. It is classic, yet current, and never fails to look downright amazing.

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The Timepiece
A classic timepiece that effortlessly remains unchanged in style through the years and yet manages to add a dash of elegance to your entire look is the best way to accessorize right.

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The Silk Scarf
A classic silk scarf can add some polish or a dose of cool to any look. Style it right and you can look your fashionable best with minimum effort.

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The Handbag
Battered satchels, fleetingly fashionable designer clutches, or elegant classics. Bags are a crucial barometer of a woman’s fashion statement.

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The Beret
The beret is almost a cliche symbol of the Parisian style. This simple wool topper can make quite an insouciant statement, bringing back this hat into style conversations.

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Love all things French? Then don’t miss the various premiere showcases of French cinema at four different venues – The Capitol, GV Plaza Singapura, Alliance Française and The Projector.

Date: 10-20 Nov
Venue: Various venues
Website: www.rendezvouswithfrenchcinema.sg/films

Written by Mooments

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