|Lou Doillon-Vogue Magazine|
Young girls mirror their motherís sophistication opting for pieces like blazers and skinny jeans, none of this running around in pajamas. Iím fond of the original version of the film Lol (Laughing Out Loud)ís depiction of life in Paris. It chronicles the coming of age struggles between a high school girl and her single mother who share more than just clothes. Invest in timeless basics that can be worn repeatedly like the cashmere sweater Sophie Marceau, who plays the mother, isnít so keen to lend out.
Pay attention to your choice of footwear. Trotting all over the city in heels only seems like a good idea in fashion week pictures in the fashion week pictures. Your feet would never forgive you. Opt for sensible and stylish in the likes of ballet flats and boots fit. Keep a sweater and scarf into your tote to ward off evening chills.
To sum it up dress comfortably, pack warm layers and keep your wardrobe simple. French fashion magazine fixture Ines de la Fressangeís book, Parisian Chic, is a list of dos and doníts that is worth reading if you are still looking for ideas on how to pull off effortlessly cool.