Our Favorite Foulards for Godard Girls, Bardot Bombshells and More

Godard's Breathless

Godard’s Breathless

There’s one piece of French dressing that’s imperative if you want to be mistaken for a native walking the cobblestone streets of the Marais, and that’s a scarf. Even during the most beautiful, blue-skied days, Parisian girls are never without their foulard, or light scarves. You’ve seen them in your favorite movies — tied in the hair a la Bardot, tied like a bandana in your favorite Nouvelle Vague films. We’ve found a few options that channel the spirit — and standard — of French fashion, just tie one on and you’ll be ready for your close up. And because we just endured a freak L.A. heat wave, we’ve gathered together the best gauzy, light-as-air options for you, so don’t worry about overheating and just prep yourself for a few street style photogs.

And for those who need a little bit of instruction, we found a video that’ll show you 25 different ways to get that perfect nonchalant knot — you’ll just need a few practice sessions to get that je ne sais quoi look just right.

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Images courtesy Nordstrom and Piperlime

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