French Women Keep Wearing These 7 Winter Trends, and They're All at Nordstrom

We routinely turn to French women for styling ideas. After all, when you look at the feeds of influencers like Aïda and Franny, you're bound to find a smattering of desirable looks that are equal parts chic and effortless. You know, that whole "je ne sais quoi" thing. On that note, after recently going through said feeds, we found a few specific winter trends that really stuck out as being favorites among many Parisian women. We cross-referenced some of the said trends with some of the new arrivals we spotted at Nordstrom, and it's clear that you can actually buy the key trends at the mega-retailer.

Below, you'll uncover a range of trends that appeal to French women, including a strong outerwear pick and an easy footwear style. In addition to visual inspiration, you'll find the shopping recommendations for each that are available at Nordy right now.

Statement Puffers and Flat Boots

Elevated puffers are reigning supreme among the style set (French women included). That ideal silhouette teamed with flat boots creates a flawless combo.

Longline Coats

French Women Keep Wearing These 7 Winter Trends, and They're All at Nordstrom

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@basicstouch

Aside from puffers, longline coats seem to be a favorite for women in Paris. Chic and elegant.

Relaxed Jeans

In the denim realm? Those relaxed and straight-leg jeans are still a go-to to complete effortless looks.

Knee-High Boots

French Women Keep Wearing These 7 Winter Trends, and They're All at Nordstrom

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@sylviemus_

On the other end of the spectrum from flat boots come gorgeous knee-high boots for a polished vibe.

Loose Blazers

French Women Keep Wearing These 7 Winter Trends, and They're All at Nordstrom

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@melodiebance

Yep, those loose blazers are still a favorite. Just can't fail.

Next-Level Loafers

French Women Keep Wearing These 7 Winter Trends, and They're All at Nordstrom

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@frannfyne

Sleek loafers with chunkier soles or in color-blocked designs are on the feeds of so many French women.