HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicTravelling to France – Outfit Ideas It’s always about what to pack and what not pack when it comes to out of the country vacations. Going to France is something you’re going to be very excited about. It’s even more exciting than gong snorkeling or just laying around on the beach in Mexico. France is a great country and obviously, you can’t say you’ve went to France without visiting Paris. It’s basically the city of “dress up” and “fashion”, besides knowing it as the city of love. Embrace your inner French with these helpful tips on how to properly dress up and some outfit ideas as well. Enjoy! In April, the temperature in Paris is below 10-degree Celsius. Layering is a great solution for warmth and style at the same time. It’s always important to check the weather forecast for the week or weeks you’re heading to France. You never really can predict how the weather’s going to be so checking in advance can save you some space on your luggage. This is basically one thing Americans do – wear sneakers, sweatpants and tee shirts as casual everyday outfit. That’s alright, except, when you’re in France. They don’t wear those things around. They dress up like they’re heading to a dinner soiree when in reality; they’re just heading to the local market for something. Wearing your beloved trainers/tennis shoes/sneakers, will instantly make you a tourist. Paris is the only city in the world that doesn’t wear sweatpants. Black shoes are a necessity, especially if you’re heading to nightclubs. Also, bring along a pair of black pants. Usually, people go to the grocery store wearing leather pants. Who could compete with that? Stick to classics when you head to Paris. It’s the home of Haute Couture and every Parisian woman dress with great style, while the French women from other cities dress with understated style. A nice scarf is very popular among French women. Bring also some costume jewelry because both scarf and jewelry can transform any outfit. Shorts aren’t actually great in the city – except when you’re heading to the countryside or the beach. Wearing shorts while sightseeing in Paris or any non beachy destination will make you look like an American tourist. You could wear a skirt or sundress and flat sandals. It’s cute and comfortable especially when you’re walking around the city and the weather is quite warm. Did you know that the color black is the most common color that works in France? Well, now you know. Sometimes, French women head to dinner with a nice top and washed out denim jeans with statement shoes. You could try out the look yourself. Jeans isn’t something they like to wear every day. instead, the simple and versatile jeans is what they wear to some dinner and just style the look lavishly with a nice scarf, some statement shoes and a smart top.