The 6 pieces a woman should always have in her wardrobe according to Sarah Lavoine

The 6 pieces a woman should always have in her wardrobe according to Sarah Lavoine

Sarah Lavoine is one of the most sought-after interior designers in Paris… But not only. Since 2022,

this sunny blonde has been designing a wardrobe of essentials, the fashion counterpart to her impeccable

good taste. It’s simple, lively and warm…. Like her. Definition in 7 questions.

6 things you think a woman should always have in her wardrobe?

Sarah Lavoine: “Perfectly cut jeans that make your butt look good, the right white t-shirt, a flowing shirt

(in silk crepe for softness and never buttoned all the way up), a tuxedo, a pair of sneakers and nice heels.”

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  2. Your ultimate style tip?
  3. “Be yourself and feel good in every piece you wear.”

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Your style in three words?

“Natural, a little rock and feminine.”

 this sunny blonde has been designing a wardrobe of essentials

An outfit that defines you?

“Well-cut, close-fitting jeans, a warm, soft cashmere sweater, a pair of sneakers or lace-up booties for a

more masculine edge.”

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The fashion faux pas to never commit?

“I’m less comfortable with the total look.”

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What does it mean to have style today?

“Wearing good basics that you feel good in. Having allure, natural elegance and daring to indulge yourself.”

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The new Sarah Lavoine collection in three words?

“Femininity, casual elegance and glam.”

The collection will be online and for pre-order from the end of March in stores and on the e-shop.

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