French Girls Are Way Ahead of Me With These 5 Fall Trends

When I think about it, I'm not exactly sure why fall is my favorite season considering the weather barely changes in Southern California. Nevertheless, I still look forward to the season every year, not least because I love all the new cute, cozy clothes that hit the market. For me, comfort is the name of the game, but I'm also looking forward to getting out of my sweatpants and try out some fun trends.

When it comes to inspiring outfits, they're certainly in no shortage in France. Parisian influencers I follow like Ellie from Slip Into Style and Leia Sfez always come through with the coolest interpretations of the biggest trends. Not only are they more experimental than I tend to be, but they're also ahead of me literally speaking since the weather in Paris cools down much sooner than L.A. So, without further ado, scroll down to see the 

1. Leather Trousers

french trends for fall and winter

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@lenafarl
french trends for fall and winter

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@erinoffduty

I love how these are styled with snakeskin-printed shoes. 

2. Extra-Chunky Lug Soles

french trends for fall and winter

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@aude_julie

These look much more expensive than they are. 

Hot tip: These are selling quickly at Nordstrom. 

Extra-chunky soles are extra-cool right now. 

what do french girls wear for fall and winter

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@estellechemouny

Prada arguably started this trend, so it wouldn't be right not to include the brand. 

Wear these with skinny jeans or a floaty midi dress.

3. Low-Slung Pants

cute french inspired fashion trends

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@theblab

4. Head-to-Toe Brown

french trends for fall and winter

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@aude_julie

These boots touch on two trends: lug soles and brown. 

french trends for fall and winter

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@slipintostyle

Trousers don't have to be stiff and uncomfortable. 

This is giving me chic '40s vibes. 

5. Shoulder Pads

french trends for fall and winter

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@annelauremais

I love this forest green color for fall and winter. 

I had to do a double-take at the price on this one because it looks so expensive. 

A very subtle padded shoulder for the less bold dressers out there. 

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