Brigitte Macron, first lady of France, has the formula to effortlessly chic style down pat.
Brigitte stepped out for a solo trip to a Parisian school today sans husband Emmanuel Macron. For her outing, the 66-year-old suited up in a white T-shirt and skinny black pants. She layered a black button-up coat on top for a simple yet pulled-together look.
For footwear, the former schoolteacher opted for pointy-toed pumps set on a block heel. The shoes appeared to be from Louis Vuitton, which is Brigitte’s go-to label for all appearances, formal and casual alike.
So-called “French girl style” favors the timeless over the trendy. The ethos involves investing in fewer pieces that can be worn in more ways — with items like skinny jeans and tailored jackets providing the basis for looks.
As one of France’s most recognizable women, its no surprise that Brigitte has mastered the classic-chic vibe for which Parisians are known.
When it comes to footwear, the first lady tends to favor pointy-toed pumps set on a stiletto or block heel, choosing styles that add a height boost of around 4 inches. In addition to the simpler pieces, she’s also a fan of more trend-forward styles, with details like PVC or snake-print.
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