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Susan Winters says:

Do many people sew some of their own clothes, is sewing/designing your own very popular in France?

Aimee Ward says:

Believe it or not, those high-end designer things are cheaper in the US than in Europe because we don't have the VAT (value added tax), just the import and local taxes. I think French women wearing that stuff is a Hollywood stereotype.
Believe it or not, I've found some high-end clothes and even some Coach handbags in excellent condition in local thrift stores. Two years ago I paid $10 for a nice white Bloomingdales sweater.

Tracy Lynn says:

I love French style. It's so different from the "look at me" American style that I've grown up with.

North Yippie says:

Throughout many parts of the world, women try to emulate the simple, stylish, tasteful manner French women dress — without noting that the latest high-end fashion is NOT a requirement. Media has somehow grown the idea that French women shop couture houses regularly, like they would the grocery stores. Perhaps we mistake tourists for the locals who come to France and Italy for the sole purpose of buying items to take home. Thank you for sharing the French's philosophy that looking tasteful and stylish has little to do with those outrageously priced fashion goods. Myself, I buy what my conscience can afford, and mainly because I love them.

susan jamieson says:

Totally agree, being stylish is much important to me than being" in fashion". I try to buy items that are classic and timeless, and I've also found that good quality doesn't have to cost a fortune. I have inexpensive pieces in my wardrobe that look really high end, its how you wear your your clothes not what you wear. I too hate fashion items with obvious logos,sometimes it just makes the item look cheap.

Fiona Bell says:

Interesting.

Manju Singh says:

Yes its a pleasure watching your vids โค๏ธThank you ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน

Manju Singh says:

Its so true women with class grace and dignity look beautiful in whatever they wear because it is the you who wears the clothes ๐ŸŒน

Lanier Smith says:

Line, style, simplicity. Thatโ€™s my motto and my guideline when I shop or clothes. Cheers Marie!

Roxanne Dyer says:

Marie-Anne, …absolutely agree with you. I won't wear obvious logos. I have a yearly budget for my wardrobe and purchase only a few lovely classic things. These compliment & freshen up items from the years before and expand my styling possibilities. There are beautiful and affordable clothes available, but you have to know how to shop… in the end, time spent researching and learning about clothing, fabrics and caring for your items pays off. I find I need much less and enjoy what I have more.๐Ÿ‘œ Thanks! I greatly appreciate your perspective and frank look at the French woman's style philosophy.

jenny taylor says:

Here in UK the quality of clothing on the High street has deteriorated so dramatically, those of us who remember the 'old quality' are in disbelief at how much you can pay for transiently fashionable tat. The standard of goods that were around 20-30 years ago cannot be found anymore. Fast fashion is wrecking the ecology.

T. A. says:

The clothing styles right now are not as beautiful as they once were. Longing for the days of quality over designer names and logos

L KS says:

It is very difficult to buy good quality clothes which donโ€™t cost an arm and a leg in the uk. I count myself lucky that I learned how to make clothes in my early 20s. Now more than 30 years on, Iโ€™d choose a bolt of gorgeous fabric, over a shop bought item any day.

Maureen Turnbull says:

Thank you. I had assumed the opposite. I feel better with my situation now.

Melinda Mueller says:

The French are always so classy.

Carol Belle says:

I'm unsure on what the French might think of thrift stores, which we have many of in the US, but I can't tell you how many lovely items I've found in thrift stores that absolutely suit my tastes and styles, and I can wear them with variance of accessories and footwear. All purchased for just a few dollars each, and last me a long time. I can also mend my own clothes, so even if something has a broken zipper or a busted seam, I can easily repair or replace these things. Is this also something French women might do?

Lana S. says:

Thank you for sharing this with everyone. I have long known about the French style of dress and doing things incorporating elements of it in my own style. I just became a new subscriber. ๐Ÿ’•

Elena says:

I'm sorry but is that a Chanel black dress hanging on the left next to you? Looks like it. So French women don't wear Chanel. They just buy it and keep it on a mannequin))))

Atypical60 says:

My husband's aunt, Daniel Delorme (RIP) had great style. In all the years I've spent with her, the only designers she dressed in were Sonia Rykiel and a few Courreges ensembles. No designer bags, no fancy car but she was just so stylish. I'm really glad you made this video because I'm always telling my friends that MOST of the women (locals) I come across in Paris (and throughout France) are more stylish than fashun plates. It's like an innate sense! And you don't need to spend a fortune Rue Bonaparte has great boutiques and I always send my friends to Sophie Sacs for great leather bags. You have a new subbie!!!

Ivettie says:

I believe in style ! And to show off your wealth is a mauvais ton …

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