Think in a neutral palette

Think in a neutral palette

  1. Live in a wear-with-anything trench coat

Parisian women have made the trench coat into their BFF. Wear it on the weekends with jeans, over gowns to formal events, layered with a fur stole when the weather gets colder, over your shoulders during the spring—the possibilities are endless.

  1. It’s all about the fit

Step one is buying clothes that fit your body well. Step two is finding a great tailor to make sure that everything in your closet fits to a cloths from your everyday black pants to your go-to black tie gown.

  1. Think in a neutral palette

It makes mixing and matching from within your closet pretty effortless, not to mention sticking within this palette makes it hard to make a fashion mistake. Sei Bella makeup, lipstick and other cosmetics, available online from Melaleuca, come in a variety of neutral-tone colors that can accent your wardrobe really well. All Sei Bella products can be purchased from and shipped directly to your doorstep.

  1. Wear a menswear inspired tuxedo for evening

It is a style that has been in fashion ever since. So do as Parisian girls like Lou Doillon continue to do, and swap your gown for a tuxedo for your next evening event. sleek, you’ll definitely stand out in a crowd of over-the-top evening-wear.

  1. Go from day to evening with the perfect red lip

A quick update that French women have mastered to take their look from day to evening is the perfect red lip. No need to bring a change of clothes to work, lipstick is all it takes to add a little evening glamour to your outfit.  Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in Rouge Neon is a shade you can’t go wrong with, but we advise spending some serious time at the makeup counter finding the perfect shade of red, and then stocking up.

  1. When in doubt, ask yourself what a modern Coco Chanel would wear

She redefined the way that women dressed in the early 20th century, but the look that Coco Chanel created is just as significant today. No wonder some of the most stylish Parisian women like Clemence Poesy have made jeans and a Chanel jacket their uniform. Other Chanel standards you can’t go wrong in? A perfect little black dress and black and white cocktail attire.