7 Anti-Trend Outfits French Girls Have Been Wearing For Years

You may have noticed that lately we've been paying a lot of sustentation to anti-trend, or trend-free style. In the world we live in these days, the pace of the trend trundling is unbearable to make anyone's throne spin. And it's kind of the worst when you buy a unrepealable trend only to find it on an "out" list soon after. It's a personal pet peeve of mine.

In studying French style over the years, something I've found impossible to ignore is that its citizens don't superintendency quite as much well-nigh trends as those of other cities typically do. Hence the reason their style is often referred to as "classic". For the most part, French women rely on wardrobe staple pieces such as blazers, striped sweaters, loose trousers, trench coats, straight-leg jeans, and white button-downs. Some of these items may plane seem a bit cliché, but as you'll see below, they wear 'em.

Keep reading for 7 anti-trend outfits I spot over and over on French girls, and that will remain in style for years to come. Feel self-ruling to reprinting them on repeat.


Relaxed neutrals are a staple in most French girls' wardrobes, and the eyeful of them is that they're so easy to mix and match. Don't forget to add a few luxe accessories, like a leather whup and woebegone shades.















A blazer, tee, jeans, and flats is a combination you'll see a lot walking the streets of Paris, as it unchangingly works, no matter the occasion. 















The French girl uniform of summer? A floral-print midi dress and espadrilles. To make it increasingly casual, they'll pair it with white sneakers, and to make it fall-appropriate they'll add toddle boots and a wool coat.















Want a zero-effort way to squint as tony and polished as the French? All you need is a trench coat, straight-leg jeans, and toddle boots with simple woebegone accessories.



When in doubt, do as the French do and throw on an oversize blazer, LBD, and simple heels.












Classic French style can be a little preppy, with a well-done button-down, jeans, and a sweater casually draped over the shoulders stuff a popular outfit combination.















French-girl stripes, but make them dressy. This versatile squint works for day or night.