Nineties supermodels are known for their off-duty style, and Cindy Crawford was one of the era's very best. Twenty-odd years later, the mom of two hasn't let up, as proven by her latest daytime date outfit, worn for a trip to the coffee shop with husband Rande Gerber in Westwood on Sunday. For the occasion, the former model matched Gerber in mid-wash jeans, though she swapped out his plain white tee for a crisp button-down shirt, adding a belt, watch, and flip-flops for good measure. Cool yet entirely effortless, Crawford's look only proves what we've always known: that she remains one of street style's all-time greats.
It's no wonder then that the uncomplicated combo has become something of a uniform among another cohort of well-dressed individuals: the French. From Musier Paris founder Anne-Laure Mais to stylist Sylvie Mus, every cool French girl has mastered Crawford's go-to jeans-and-poplin-shirt duo. See how it's done on the streets of Paris below.