Expertly lined pouts and the perfect pairing of a blouson and lady-like jeans—French women have sensuality down to a tee.
American shoppers have Isabel Marant to thank for schoolin’ them on the art of Parisian style. So much, that Macy's taken a queue from their book.
In August, Macy’s launched Maison Jules, a modern collection designed with an easy-breezy Parisian sensibility in mind.
The brand acts as "an extension of the younger, cooler Impulse label," drawing inspiration from French wardrobe staples like tops, sweaters, dresses, and pants.
With a lookbook that includes outfits that are effortlessly unbothered yet still authentically feminine, blight, and cool, the line definitely has a certain ‘je ne sais quoi.’ Consider the line a perfect source for casual, daytime outfits.
Inspired by French women street style Maison Jules includes separates like bold Breton striped shirts, trousers in muted tones, and relaxed hems.
And it's lookbook gets the French stamp of approval featuring feminine classic pieces worn by It! girl Jeanne Damas shot by fashion blogger Garance Doré.
Prices range from $17.50 – $119.