Mango's New Arrivals Are Full of French Girl–Inspired Gems—Take a Peek

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Another year has begun, and I'm still pining over French-girl style. Naturally, plenty of people have emulated and perfected the toned-down, timeless aesthetic over the years. Contrary to popular belief, French girls aren't spending hundreds of dollars on clothing every month but instead buying select a few classic pieces from both trend-focused retailers and high-end brands to round out their closets. One of their favorite stores to shop at? Mango

The Spanish retailer is known for its elegant selection of cool basics and elevated take on trends, making it a staple in French women's wardrobes. Naturally, as a self-proclaimed wannabe French girl, I spend hours combing through Mango's new-arrivals section weekly. Below, all of the It girl–approved finds you'd be shocked to not see on the streets of Paris.

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Ana Escalante is an award-winning journalist and Gen Z editor whose work ranges from dissecting size inclusivity at fashion week to discussing how American Girl Doll meme accounts are the the answer to society's collective spiral. She's covered it all: Queen Elizabeth II's corgis, Roe v. Wade frontline protests, and the emergence of jorts (or jean shorts for the uninitated). At Who What Wear, Ana is responsible for delivering smart, insightful, personality-driven shopping guides and trend features for a digital-first generation.

Before joining Who What Wear, Ana was Glamour magazine's editorial assistant, where she focused on daily news and special packages, including leading the brand's 2022 Met Gala coverage. For more than half a decade, she has covered style, beauty, and digital culture for publications such as Paper magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Japan, and Allure, among others. Ana has been called a rising star in media by publications such as Nylon and Teen Vogue. (Her mother, meanwhile, calls her "the coolest person" she knows.)