Who What Wear readers know that we love everything (really, everything) about French style. Parisian women, in particular, are known for embodying the word "chic." They uniquely and intuitively know what looks good, and they never try too hard getting there. Instead of speculating from afar about what makes a truly Gallic wardrobe, we asked blogger Deborah Reyner Sebag, aka The Daily Deb, to give us some of those coveted style tips. Here, she tells us the autumn/winter 2018 trends that she's adding to her wardrobe.
Traditionally, Parisian style is seen as "trend-resistant." French women are thought to wear classic pieces that would look just as elegant in 50 years' time. Think Breton tees and black cigarette trousers rather than loud slogans and It pieces. However, our resident Parisian Deborah has added some of the season's cult pieces to her wardrobe, and here she reveals the trends she is buying into this year.
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