There's no denying it: We love French-girl style. There's just a certain way about them that is effortlessly cool. Whether they're bringing back espadrilles or designing sold-out clothing lines, we can't help but follow their every stylish move. So what's the next hack that we can latch onto? It only takes a few scrolls through Instagram to see that nearly all our favorite Parisian fashion girls have a thing for minimalistic jewelry.
While it's true that this trend isn't exactly confined to French girls, you have probably never heard of the brands they prefer. While American girls may stick to recognizable designers for jewelry, French girls have a knack for discovering the coolest independent jewelry brands. To simplify the process of demystifying French-girl style, we've compiled all the most promising jewelry brands straight off the Instagram feeds of our favorite Parisian influencers. Continue on to see the jewelry brands that French girls cannot leave home without.
Anissa Kermiche's pieces are inspired by successful, powerful and funny women. You'll find updated versions of classic styles such as pearl necklaces and gold drop earrings.
If you're looking for something unique to add to your jewelry collection, Annelise Michelson will undoubtedly have it. With sculptural pieces inspired by organic shapes as well as hardware, these will easily be some of the coolest baubles you own.
Between the shell jewelry and floral motifs, Aurelie Bidermann's pieces will have you wanting to book your next getaway. These nature-inspired pieces are perfect for anyone who wants to add a boho touch to her wardrobe.
Whether you consider yourself an art aficionado or not, there's no doubt you'll fall in love with Carole Le Bris Perez's pop art-inspired jewelry. Get yourself a pair of the designer's earrings to wear a piece of art every day.
Could there be anyone who knows how to create everyday jewelry than a true It girl? Louise Damas' designs feel perfect on their own or layered with other pieces. Naturally, they carry the unique and sought-after essence of French style—which means they're an absolute yes in our book.