6.01.2016

Bella Hadid Shows Us How To Dress Like A Parisian Girl

Le Fashion Blog Parisian Chic Bella Hadid Red Blouse Oversized Jeans Red Ballet Flats Via Were Not Exclusive
Photos via: We're Not Exclusive

We all find that art of dressing like a french girl mysterious. How do they look so effortless yet so put together? What makeup are they putting on that gives them that subtle glow? Smoking jackets, flats, the classic red lip and minimal accessories. It's an aesthetic that we all wish to achieve. Supermodel Bella Hadid has mastered this look. Head over to We're Not Exclusive to see how Bella became a Parisian mastermind in an American model body.

Get the look:
+ Frame Le Raglan Blouse
+ Marc Jacobs Pussy-Bow Silk Crepe Shirt
+ Current/Elliot The BoyFriend Cropped Jeans
+ Alexander Wang Wang 003 Boyfriend Jeans
+ Marc Jacobs Patent Ballerninas

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