By now we’ve all likely binged Emily In Paris and if you’re left wanting to pack up and move to Paris, know you’re not the only one. Seeing as that’s (sadly) not a reality these days, we can do our darndest to dress the part and yes, that includes a beret or two. Curious how to pull one off without looking like a wannabe French girl, take a note from these style stars who make it look oh-so-effortless.
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Giving us all the seventies vibes is our girl Tamu. We can’t help but covet her glimmery beret as well as her trendy bamboo bag. On top of that, we’re living for her colourful houndstooth jacket and skinny sunnies.
Lady In Red
Now that winter is upon us here in Toronto, a knit beret seen here on Nnenna might be a welcome change from the classic version. Reminiscent of a beanie, this topper has a bit of a more casual vibe but is still chic nonetheless.
If mega cool and chic is the look you’re going for, you’re going to want to replicate this ensemble on Adwoa to a tee. From her female-proud beret and bright jacket to her athletic trousers, this outfit is a total mood for winter.
Normally a full leather lewk isn’t our thing but Aimee has once again proved us wrong. She makes this leather dress and beret combo look feminine, approachable, and effortless. We’re also majorly digging her square-toed heels, too!
Known for her bold and fearless outfits is Blanca and this ensemble is no different. Her terracotta trousers look fab with that sweater vest. Topping it all off is that pale blue beret that sens the look over the edge.
Perfect for fall and winter is this outfit on Caroline. Her sweater dress looks not only warm and cozy but super comfortable too. The addition of those fierce snakeskin boots is brilliant and finishing the lewk with a patent leather beret kicks it up an extra notch.
Never one to ever shy away from colour is Marianne and this outfit proves no different. Rocking bright blue, lime green, and bright green are no easy feat but she makes it look all too easy. Her black beret might look simple but it gives the ensemble a chic Parisian twist.
(Story by Contributing Editor, Blair Stutz)