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You Need A Long Shirt For Spring From Uniqlo, Because of France

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Ines de La Fressange is a person. She is a French person, and she has a collection at Uniqlo. And this sums up pretty much everything I knew about Ines de La Fressange until I read her Wikipedia page.

Ines de La Fressange was the first woman to exclusively model for Chanel, and was Karl Lagerfeld’s muse in the 80s. She’s a French style icon, and American girls are obsessed with “dressing like a French girl,” whether that’s a valid thing to aim for or not. So I’m guessing her new Uniqlo collection will do quite well. I for one, am a fan.

The new Uniqlo collection introduced to me a wardrobe staple I didn’t know I needed: the long shirt. At first I thought this blue and white color-blocked oxford was a shirt dress, but it’s really too short to wear even with tights. I love the crisp, clean style, so tried it on with a pair of black skinny jeans. I immediately knew this top would be my go-to easy chic piece for the spring. Plus, at only $19, I’m sad they don’t make it in a million other color combinations.

uniqlo ines de la fressange review

This top is super versatile and flattering.It’s light enough to wear in warmer weather, but I’m not freezing when it’s my only layer under a coat. I love wearing it with my favorite J. Crew necklace (which I stole from my girlfriend, thanks Ari), and I love how the classic style contrasts with my brightly colored hair. I could also ditch accessories all together and dress it up only with a a solid red lip.

I have my eye on a few other pieces from the Ines de La Fessange collection, like this linen v-neck pink sweater, and a very Audrey Hepburn navy and white tea-length dress. I will be stopping into the Uniqlo by my work this week to see if these pieces are in stock.


I’m telling you, guys…PREPPY REVIVAL IS IN FULL SWING. And I’m loving every minute of it.

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