Ah, Jeanne Damas, Anne-Laure Mais, Caroline de Maigret, Louise Follain… Our list of the French girls on Instagram we adore (read: stalk) could go on and on, and then on some. But how is it that their revered can't-quite-pinpoint-it vibe manages to even translate onto social media? How have these chic girls constructed their own visual fashion language without getting sidetracked by the many cult must-haves that come along each week be it a Gucci tee or smashed avocado on toast?
Pretty good. They allow you to share a more personal side that your followers may not get from your feed, you can share weird and conceptual things or be more playful and less serious. Stories allow you to take risks and be more spontaneous, but also I think it makes Instagram more relatable—you can show normal day-to-day life and your true personality.