Jeanne Damas Wore the Perfect Parisian Outfit Combo to the French Open


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Just how Wimbledon attracts stylish Brits like Kate Middleton and Anna Wintour, the French Open never fails to lure the best dressed Parisians in the city. Jeanne Damas, for one, attended the Grand Slam tennis tournament with Lacoste, and naturally, she was the picture of chic. For the event, she wore the ultimate failsafe summer combo: a blue denim jacket and white jeans.

Of course, Damas wasn't the only well-dressed French woman at the event. Models Estelle Lefébure and Marie-Ange Casta (younger sister of Laetitia Casta), and actress Joy Esther all turned up in sporty Lacoste looks that are definitely worth copying. Scroll down to see what some of our favorite French women wore to the tournament.


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WHO: Jeanne Damas

WHAT: French Open Day 10

WEAR: Rouje Cozette Sweater ($140); Staud bag; By Far shoes

What Other French Style Stars Wore


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WHO: Model Estelle Lefébure

WHAT: French Open Day 11

WEAR: Lacoste Polo Collar Back Zip Shirt ($72, available in white); Lacoste Leather Sneakers ($140)


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WHO: Model and actress Marie-Ange Casta

WHAT: French Open Day 9

WEAR: Lacoste Fashion Show Loose Fit Button Sleeves Polo ($115)


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WHO: Actress and singer Joy Esther

WHAT: French Open Day 11

WEAR: Lacoste Fitted Polo Dress ($108) and bag

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