French Girls Called It: These 9 Trends Are About to Be Everywhere

French women somehow have a consistent knack for staying ahead of all things fashion-related, especially when it comes to brands and trends, so today, we are taking a closer look at some of the things they are predicting will be everywhere come fall 2017. We tapped five supremely stylish French girls in the industry to find out which styles they are most looking forward to wearing this season.

While some of them look to the runway for inspiration and guidance, others look internally for the next trend to try, but at the end of the day, their judgment is definitely something worth trusting. From tailored office wear to statement earrings, get ready to take notes, because whenever French girls speak to their style hunches, it's a good idea to listen.

Go on to find out which trends French girls are looking forward to this fall 2017 season.

office wear

"The 'office wear' trend caught my attention. We saw a lot of business clothing on the runway, a strong H-Line reference, straight silhouettes with a slightly accentuated waist. But most of all, what got me particularly excited for next fall was Haider Ackermann's dark and sharp tailoring." — Sarah Nait

Polka Dots, Big Earrings, & Vinyl Skirts

"I will wear polka-dot prints, big earrings, and vinyl skirts—so '60s." — Anne-Laure Mais

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pink

"I love pink, as seen on the Pucci runway. I'll wear it this summer, and I will continue this winter. After several seasons of black, white, beige, and gray, it's finally time to wear warm colors!" — Kenza Sadoun-el Glaoui

double denim

"My favorite is what they called the 'double denim' look! I actually couldn't wait to wear it, so I'm wearing it in a summer way these days!" — Typhaine Cuillère à Absinthe

earth tones, mini bags, & velvet sandals

"I was about to say velvet, but I actually think I'll be more into earthy colors this fall. I'll probably wear a high-waisted tan pants (or jeans) with some cashmere and a man's sweater, all paired with suede boots and a mini bag. And also, jumpsuits with platform velvet sandals and socks." — Sabina Socol