Dress like a Parisian: Paris street style

Everyone knows that Paris is the world fashion’s capital but not everyone knows that it’s off the catwalks that you get the best style inspiration.

We’ve sneaked into Paris street-style history to spot the outfits which will dress you like a Parisian. The fashion secret? Keep it simple, play with texture and shapes.

See down here how to recreate Paris standouts’ iconic outfits.


Audrey Hepburn paris

Here, a casual-chic outfit worn by Audrey Hepburn in a picturesque Montmartre. You can actually spot the Sacre Coeur on the background ;)

The Funny Face’s (1957) outfit is ideal for who loves sticking to relaxed fits and don’t dare too much. A total-black combination, of a turtleneck sweater and flat leather shoes, is enriched by a classic tan trench coat.

Keep the outfit fresh wearing an old fisherman-style raincoat, as Audrey’s, and House of Spring’s Portobello Bow Loafers, in black patent leather.

The lesson here: stick to neutrals, embrace flats.


Laetitia Casta

Laetitia Casta makes a statement of a simple and iconic little black dress wearing a white middle-length blazer on the top. No accessories needed, the “effortless” look is completed by a pair of stiletto.

Edit the look combining a little white dress with our daring pumps in black suede or, for an eccentric touch, our oceanic blue pumps.

The lesson here: Don’t overload your ensemble with too many pieces


Blake Lively

Belle de jour is Blake Lively in her bright green outfit walking along La Seine.

The summer wardrobe staple, a straw bag and hat, is revitalised by an ankle-length dress in loud hues.

Make an American in Paris’ look more metropolitan combining a snake leather effect clutch bag with our Riad sandals in tan calf leather

The lesson here: Look chic yet nonchalant

Plan your trip: City guide in Paris and London


Ever wanted to visit fashion's most important cities?

Summer is the best time. Do pack your oversized bag and follow our city guide for fashion pilgrims.

After all, Paris and London have lot in common. They’ve not only inspired House of Spring shoes collections, they’re not only connected through the Euro tunnel but,also, they’re the secretly desired destination by many fashion addicted.


Famously known as the fashion capital of the world, Paris has long been a synonym of style, beauty and sophistication.

It’s hard to get there and not filling your wardrobe with some oh-so-stylish French pieces.

If you can’t afford the glittering hush of Avenue Montaigne, Paris offers some spots where you can still find genuine bargains. Le Marais district is the answer for affordable boutiques and new designer brands. And, if you fancy watching a fashion show, Galeries LaFayette host free of them every Friday during the spring.

End the shopping tour sunbathing on along the Seine with a glass of wine and a macaroons box. 


London peonies


London showcases eclectic brands and offers shopping alternatives for all the budgets.

If you love to discover unique designer brands, a stroll down Brick Lane or Portobello market is a must-to-do. Here, you can find gems at a bargain price.

And, you might wear our loafers to fit the neighbourhood style.

If you want to know the latest fashion trends, you might be lucky in attending a free talk or workshop at the several London fashion colleges.

And to finish the day in style, go to the Heron Tower rooftop to discover a wonderful view of London.

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