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The Parisian Girl’s Guide To Dressing For Winter

The Parisian Girl’s Guide To Dressing For Winter

what to wear in paris french girl winter style

Either you’re wondering what to wear in Paris or you want to look like a true Parisian this winter, here are the 10 wardrobe essentials of Parisian winter style. Indeed, here is below my packing list to help you plan for your trip if you’re heading to Paris in the winter months (between December and February).

If you love Christmasy feels and all that goes with cold weather (mulled Wine, Christmas markets) then winter is the best time to visit Paris. The temperatures vary from 0C° up to 10C°, and the city has less than 6 hours of light. I’ll recommend visiting Paris before Christmas. Indeed, January and February are the coldest months in Paris. Snow in Paris is rare, however, it can snow for a couple of days in February or March.

What Parisians Wear In Winter

In terms of what to wear in Paris in winter, Parisian girls generally go for a black/grey/navy blue or camel coat paired with jeans, a warm sweater and a pair of black ankle boots. This Parisian look is completed with a warm scarf and a wool hat.

The Parisian fashion style is all about choosing great materials and getting the right cut for your body type. And during winter months, it’s all about finding the right balance between looking dressed up and staying warm. There are several fashion staples Parisian girls wear in winters such as warm coats, knitwear and cardigans, and comfortable and warm footwear. Keep scrolling below to know exactly what to wear in Paris in winter.

The 10 Wardrobe Essentials Of Parisian Winter Style

Here are the 10 basics that all French women have in their wardrobe during the winter season. Personally, my favorite pieces of clothing for this winter are the Sezane Mia Jumper, this Mango Oversize wool blazer, and this belted wool coat. I love to mix masculine and feminine by combining a masculine wool blazer, a cashmere turtleneck with a pair of knee-high boots.

I really love winter clothes as for me, it’s all about choosing great materials and investing in timeless pieces and classic shapes. As a French woman, I really prefer clothes that will remain relevant for seasons to come. Keep reading below to shop the ten staples of the French winter wardrobe.

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french shoe styles for fall winter

1. Wool Blazers

© Melis Ekrem

2. Faux-Fur Coats

3. Long Wool Coats

4. Puffer Coats

french fall winter coats puffer coat
© Leia Sfez

5. Turtleneck Sweaters

© Carmen Hamilton

6. Cardigans

© Jeanne Damas

7. Cozy Knitwears

french girl winter style knitwear
© Sabina Socol

8. Wool Hats

paris street style wool fedora hat
© thestylestalker.com

9. Ankle Boots

© Jeanne Damas

10. Knee-High Boots

© Sabina Socol

And you, what are your wardrobe staples during the winter season? Which one of those French winter wardrobe essentials do you love? Please add your comment below.

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  • Hi Leonce. Great article. Thank you. Can I ask you to write an article about the fragrances and deodorants that French prefer? What are your favorite? Or is winter so much about hand creams and body care? Thank you very much I will be very much looking forward.
    Brst regards Sylvia

  • I love this blog so much and I love this post! I love all of the pieces you have mentioned and think each piece is wonderful to have in any wardrobe. So timeless and classy. I’m currently loving cardigans and I had never paid much attention to them before. Or I had only considered long cardigans (which seem to be popular here in the USA). But I love the cropped cardigan look. So chic. I would love to see a blog post on either books that you love or books French women love! 🙂 you’re amazing! Keep putting out this amazing content!

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