Women’s European Fashion – At Home
Europeans are known for their great style, and for good reason! Whether you’re going to Europe on a trip or you’d like to incorporate European style into your wardrobe, our Stylists have 5 tips on dressing and styling with European fashion in mind.
It isn’t all about the designer clothes. The secret is to purchase clothes that fit well — and if the fit isn’t quite right, then knowing a great tailor is key.
Simplify Your Wardrobe
Keep your wardrobes simple and classic. Choose timeless pieces that last season after season. When in doubt, stick with neutral colors. Then they’ll add a bright accessory (scarf, shoes, bag, jewelry, etc) to bring the outfit together.
Effortless Hairstyles & Natural Makeup
Throw your hair into a sleek high ponytail or a messy bun and be on your way. It’s all about the outfit after all! When it comes to applying makeup, a natural look is preferred. Use the basics and don’t over do it.
The Shoes & The Handbag
European women live in great shoes, but they have spent years navigating those cobblestone streets. Wedges are also a very popular and more practical option.
During the winter, tall leather boots are everywhere, while cute ankle boots are a popular choice during the rest of the year. When the weather gets warm, it’s time to break out the lightweight shoes. Strappy leather sandals, flats, loafers, and casual sneakers are all great choices.
A bag is a great accessory for adding a little extra color or style to an outfit.
Scarfs & Sunnies
Nothing is more European than a scarf! A warm and cozy scarf is perfect for the winter, and a light silk or cotton scarf is great for the summer. They are the perfect accessory to pull an outfit together.
Eyewear is almost always wore designer frames. Thick 70s style frames are a popular choice.
Euro Inspo – Shop Local
Lucky for you, you don’t have to book a European vacation to dress with Euro-inspired style. It’s closer than you think!