Tres chic styling tips from fashion blogger, Clementine Desseaux of Bonjour Clem help to bring the very of French fashion to your wardrobe. Visit her blog for a taste of France and sign up for inspired interviews, product spotlights, restaurant reviews and creative recipes. You’ll meet Clementine, see Beth Ditto’s new fashion collection, find out why bras are so important and get tips on finding the perfect fit from the Chantelle fit experts.
Gwynnie Bee has put together some striking new outfits to bring women everywhere the cool, runway-fresh style of France. Whether layering a tribal print fit and flare dress with tights and a lightweight jacket, slipping a bold diamond pattern vest over a mini diamond tunic or tying your look together with a chevron fabric belt, you can make these continental looks part of your wardrobe.
Gwynnie Bee, a popular online clothing subscription service for women sizes 10 through 32, allows you to rent your wardrobe with free shipping and unlimited exchanges. If you’ve never tried Gwynnie Bee, use your first month’s free trial offer to put together your own tres chic looks from a breathtaking collection of geometric print swing dresses, linear geometric printed blouses, geometric print cascading jackets, Aztec print skater skirts and more. Mix and match coordinating and contrasting prints, layer large prints over tiny ones, or mix polka dots and asymmetrical stripes for the essence of French dtyle.
Jete into spring in a Francesca geometric print dress and black ankle-strap heels. Done in soft matte jersey, the dress features a flattering faux wrap design that enhances your curves and defines your waist before falling gracefully to mid-knee. The red, white and black design brings together colors, stripes and rectangles in a marvelous mélange of patterns, prints and stripes. Easy to wear, it’s a perfect choice for plus women who want to accentuate the positive and show their joie de vivre. Bring out the red with pretty French hook beaded earrings and carry a smooth white satchel for the best effect. More styles you may want to try feature:
- Alice & You swing dresses in geometric print
- Jete linear geometric printed blouses
- Jete geometric printed cascading jackets
- Lucie Lu Aztec print skater skirts
- ELOQUII blue floral printed tops
- Gabby Skye mixed print midi dresses
- Triste painterly geometric ruched dresses
- Jete colorblock asymmetric handkerchief tops
- Triste Mint & Mardi Gras chevron shift dresses
- Evans mixed print tunics
- City Chic animal check dresses
- Triste Mosaic Wave printed V-neck tunics
Gwynnie Bee offers an exciting and affordable way to add some French inspired looks to your wardrobe. Look around and see if Gwynnie Bee is something you might like to try. If you do, you can begin by making your first selections right away. It seems to be a great solution for women who want ever-changing closets without going over budget. Browsing is always free.
As always, maximize your style and minimize your spending.