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A Field Guide to French First Lady Style

Marie Claire Logo By Chelsea Peng, Bridget Burns of Marie Claire | Slide 1 of 16: <p>On Monday, Brigitte Trogneaux wore pow(d)er blue Louis Vuitton to see her husband sworn in as president of France. It was a chic choice, but as with all politically adjacent fashion, not everybody was happy (with the length of her skirt—<a href="http://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/news/a23488/amal-clooney-short-skirts/">maybe the critics could learn something from Amal Clooney</a>). Here, an introduction to Trogneaux's and her predecessors' style. </p>

On Monday, Brigitte Trogneaux wore pow(d)er blue Louis Vuitton to see her husband sworn in as president of France. It was a chic choice, but as with all politically adjacent fashion, not everybody was happy (with the length of her skirt—maybe the critics could learn something from Amal Clooney). Here, an introduction to Trogneaux's and her predecessors' style.

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