The parisian woman likes to consider her pair of jeans a primary part of her wardrobe…

So they are unsuitable for gardening, unless it’s high-society gardening or the jardins of the Palace of Versailles. She wears them “casual chic” or “elegant cool,” from morning to night, during the week or on the weekend, from the kitchen to the meeting room, at an opening in Saint-Germain-des-Prés or riding a bicycle through the streets of the French capital…


Regardless of the cut or the color of her jeans, the Parisian woman will manage to find a way to show off her creativity and make them the centerpiece of her look. In Paris, jeans are mainly blue, black, white, or gray.

If she is a fashion addict, she follows the latest trends to the letter, and the “certified” Parisian woman wears cigarette jeans: more elegant, that fit like a glove, and are therefore more feminine, but above are all more easily matched to tops and shoes of any style …




Charlotte - Style & fashion

Bonsoir, my name is Charlotte. My mother, ex-model for Saint-Laurent, is American but I’ve lived in Paris since I was 4 years old. Since my mother was often abroad for fashion shows, my French grandmother, a dressmaker for Chanel, taught me the way to become a real Parisian. Today, I’m a wedding-planner and my husband directs a famous fashion magazine. I don’t have to tell you that I have a front seat at all of the fashion shows and I’ve developed a good general culture about fashion. Although I’m the personal shopper for my friends, my strong points are marriage and elegance.

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