The Loungewear Pieces You Need For French-Girl Style

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“French-girl style” sounds like a clichéd catchall, but you can’t deny there’s something distinct (or je ne sais quoi) about French style that women around the world have attempted to emulate for centuries. And the truth is that French style was kind of made for this extra time spent at home. Think: slightly unkempt hair, smudgy makeup that begs the question, “Did she sleep in it?” (in my case, she did), and comfortable, classic basics. Check, check, and check! 

The key to French girl style is investing in fewer pieces of better quality and fit while mastering the whole “effortlessly-chic” thing. What better way to look effortlessly chic than pieces that are just as comfy and cozy as they are stylish? Pieces this pretty and comfortable (luxurious knits, neutral colors, tailored fits, and lots of silk) might have the power to make you feel a little bit better than…

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