Call it a cliché, but everyone still wants to know what French girls are buying and wearing, and it's looking like that'll never change. We're quite certain that the thing that's most appealing about the French is that their aesthetic is quite simple and classic, which makes it easy to replicate. And since French girls love a good fast-fashion find as much as the rest of us, we can't help but be intrigued by what they'd purchase from specific retailers, like Topshop, for example.
While Topshop has plenty of trendy items in its inventory at all times, it also has plenty of more timeless pieces that we think would appeal strongly to a French girl's sensibility. With that in mind, we scoured its current stock in search of the items that we think French girls would lose it over. Keep scrolling to shop all 21 of them.
Parisian ladies would pair this with a chunky sweater and ankle boots now and a camisole and square-toe mules later.
French girls in cardigans have become the norm on Instagram this season.
French women love a pair of polished block-heeled boots.
Have you ever seen a pair of jeans this perfect?
We imagine that a cool French girl would wear this to a spring wedding.
The perfect thing to wear with the aforementioned jeans.
This is how French-girl date-night dressing is done.
Another very French-girl night-out option.
A small structured bag like this is the epitome of Parisian chic.
French girls love a good sherpa jacket this time of year.
Make it easy on yourself and style this miniskirt exactly like this.
A French wardrobe is filled with timeless staples like this.
Camel-and-black stripes feel a tad fresher than black and white.
Boilersuits are happening, and we have a hunch that French girls will approve.
Chic enough to wear to Paris Fashion Week, if you ask us.
French women will never tire of this classic.
This is the most polished yet comfortable shoe option for work and beyond, hands down.
Try these with your white T-shirt instead of jeans for a Parisian-inspired look.
Do as the French do and get thee a sweaterdress.
We're convinced that the French would wear this with straight-leg jeans, so now we want to wear it with straight-leg jeans.