Let’s be honest – what comes to our mind when we think of France is romance and the grown-up chic fashion. Not many people know about France’s rich history of fashion and culture, that can be easily seen and observed loitering on french streets among the locals when one visits the country.

French style is a combination of looking put together, without putting in too much efforts, standing out even with minimal makeup, and keeping hair all unkept and wavy. Following the same styling philosophy, we thought of exploring the country in the local format. We stuck to the basic French wardrobe of darker and neutral tones, monochrome palate and effortless styling.

Let’s walk down the memory lane and see some of our favorite French inspirations we wore on our trip to France..

Basic boyfriend jeans is a must to have in your wardrobe when doing the french. We kept it extremely casual and easy breezy for the days when we had to shop our hearts out!!
Blue Shirt – H&M
White Shirt – Veromoda
Boyfriend Jeans – Myntra
Sunglasses – SCOTT
Location : Montmarte
Sipping up the hot chocolate in front of the beautiful Carousel.
Denim Jacket – Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi

What are your French wardrobe essentials? Let us know in the comment section below. For more updates on OBTB, please follow @onebasquetwobods on twitter and Instagram. Until next time, Love ya!! XOXO!!

Published by One Basque Two Bods

Hey Friends!! We are two sisters, Priyam and Pratishtha, who strongly believe in living a chic and unapologetic lifestyle, exhibiting our immense love for fashion, travel, and food. This blog is all about celebrating women, bringing a change to the world and being passionate about everything we do. We were born and brought up in New Delhi, India and always had an inclination towards trying new fashion, food and exploring new place, It took us a while to finally come up with something which is now an important part of our lives, "One Basque Two Bods".

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