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How to Create a French Capsule Wardrobe for Fall

How to Create a French Capsule Wardrobe for Fall

french fall capsule wardrobe

Here is your ultimate guide to creating the perfect French capsule wardrobe for fall. Just in time for the autumn season, in today’s post, I’ve compiled a list of twenty-four key pieces for fall that will help you achieve that French effortlessly chic style this season.

This capsule wardrobe is comprised of classic basics and neutral-color pieces that can be mixed and matched to create both dressy and casual outfits. From classic jeans to wool-blend blazers to trench coats, these versatile, classic yet chic pieces will definitely last you more than just one season. Keep scrolling to see and shop the key items in the French fall capsule wardrobe, plus ten fall outfit formulas.

The 24-Piece French Fall Capsule Wardrobe

Tops

Knitwear & Cardigans

Jeans & Pants

Outerwear

Shoes

Bags & Accessories

10 French Fall Outfits With These 24 Items

Et voilà! I hope this French capsule wardrobe for fall will inspire you to create your own. Let me know in the comments below if you have any questions.

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  • Hi Leonce, just to say I’m really enjoying your blog & have re-read a few of the articles recently. Particularly like the beauty & the lifestyle articles. Being from the UK, I do sometimes feel looking after yourself has gone out the window here & it’s a shame. Has been a while since have visited France but your blog has got me thinking to plan a little trip even just for the day 🙂

    • Merci beaucoup Caroline 🙂 I’m really happy to hear you enjoy the content here, it means a lot to me!
      I hope you’ll enjoy your future trip to France! Have a lovely day xo

  • Just recently started following you. Love your style, it’s throughly me. I also love how everything works to make many outfits with fewer clothes. That’s my problem, too many clothes!

  • Bonjour! I’ve been loving your articles lately. Do you have any suggestions for pieces that are cool toned? I’d love to see a post about cool versus warm tones and how to tell the difference.

    • Bonjour Lauren! Thank you very much for your comment and your suggestion! Yes, I’m adding this idea of post to my to-do list and I’ll come back with a detailed article 🙂 Have a lovely day xo

  • Thank you. I spent my honeymoon in Paris and have been enamored with French fashion ever since. I’m horrible with putting together outfits and appreciate capsule wardrobe suggestions

  • Hello! I so enjoy following your blog and its inspiration. I have a question/suggestion, however: Would you consider writing a post on achieving the chic French style for slightly curvier women? I lead a healthy life, but I’m blessed with more of a pear shape than many of the models and photos here. I wonder if you have tips. Thank in advance for any thoughts.

    • Bonjour Mary Catherine, thank you very much for your comment. Yes, of course, I’ve added your blog post idea to my to-do list and I’ll come back with a detailed article 🙂 xo

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