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Debut Dolls around the world: How to get the Parisian look

This week, #DebutDoll Batty, who hails from Paris, suggests 3 ways to inject Parisian chic into your wardrobe.

I am  a chameleon when it comes to fashion; trying different clothes is really my thing. My style has no limit and I can’t even define it with words as I like to be open to everything. My fashion choices depends a lot on my mood, sometimes on trends and  on my travelling experiences too. For example, my style will be very different when I am in London and  then something totally different when I am in Paris.

Fashion is the most powerful art there is. It’s movement, design and architecture all rolled in to one as Blair Waldorf would say. Fashion will never be boring if you’re open in trying different styles time-to-time. It’s all fun and games!

I am going to introduce you to the Parisian style which is very attractive to fashionistas all around the word. The  most important thing to remember about the Parisian style is about expressing yourself without following rules. From my travelling experiences I noticed that the Parisian look is really unique and different from others. 

If you’re feeling like you need a little style makeover, or just some fashion changes this week , here is some advice…

Step 1: Less is better

You really don’t have to do much to get the Parisian style. It’s all about the pieces you put together. Care less about the details and have fun with fashion!

Step 2: Be a little extra

We all have one pair of shoes, a coat, or anything really extravagant we don’t usually wear. The Parisian style is about expressing yourself with those unique – the ‘extra’ – pieces from your closet.

Step 3: Be bold

Be fearless with your fashion choices; if you have an outfit idea you’d like to put together, just go for it. Taking a risk is a must to get the Parisian look!

Words from Batty Bathily 

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