Is This the New French-Girl Style?

Allyson Payer

Whether you're fully dedicated to following French-girl style or are completely over it, we could all use a little sartorial inspiration refresh from time to time. And there's one region in particular that's filled with cool girls with polished, minimal, slightly androgynous style, and it's also in Europe. Scandinavia—the region consisting of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland—is chock-full of fashion girls, as we pointed out earlier this year, calling it a hotbed for the world's best fashion bloggers.

At the forefront of the Scandinavian style movement is former style blogger and current street style star and Social Zoo creative director Pernille Teisbaek. Which is why we were thrilled to see that she penned a book, Dress Scandinavian, that's set for release next month. According to a description from the publisher, the book will offers up "a guide to essential items and styles of Scandinavian fashion."

"Pernille guides the reader through androgynous- and minimalistic trends, common colour combinations and a-typical mixes of materials and fabrics," the publisher adds. "This book includes concrete fashion advice, a practical jeans-fit guide, dos and don'ts of Scandinavian fashion, as well as Pernille's personal Top 10 List of Scandi-brands." It's quite possible that this book could cement the fact that Scandinavian-girl style is poised to be the next French-girl style.

Keep scrolling to check out some of our favourite Pernille Teisbaek style moments. 

Shop pieces from Ganni, one of our favourite Scandinavian brands.

Opening Image: Style du Monde

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