Yacht living, Monaco

To ensure you look fabulous during your holiday to the south of France, we’ve created a fashionista guide to the best shops and trends in this beautiful part of Europe. So, before you pack up all of your favourite outfits, remember to leave some room for the goodies you’re sure to bring home after your very stylish holiday.

Cannes

If you decide that Cannes is the fashion destination for you, then be sure to enjoy a wander around Rue d’Antibes, a famous shopping street that is home to many amazing clothing shops, as well as trendy furniture and jewellery boutiques. For the more modest budget, you can look forward to exploring a range of affordable high street shops, both European and French – so you know you’ll look great during your evenings out, regardless. 
To keep your energy up during your shopping trip, make a trip to Jean Luc Pelé, a wonderful sweet shop where you can indulge in gorgeously colourful and delectable macaroons. 

When in Cannes be sure to enjoy a wander around its famous shopping streets.

If you want the very best in haute couture then make the journey to Promenade de la Croisette, a long stretch of shops, casinos, hotels and restaurants that overlooks the stunning beaches and Pierre Canto harbour. The home of the Cannes Film Festival, Croisette is no stranger to celebrity red carpet fashion. There, between the swaying palm trees, you’ll encounter the boutiques of Valentino, Cartier, Roberto Cavalli, Dior and many others. So, in no time at all you’ll be doing your very own catwalk along the Promenade de la Croisette.

Monaco

A trip to Monte Carlo, Monaco, wouldn’t be the same without a saunter down the famously stylish Carré d’Or, a long street that is dotted with glamourous, upmarket boutiques that are perfect for a splurge. From Hermés, to Dior and Céline, Carré d’Or is perfect for the fashion conscious looking to find an investment piece, or stand-out jewellery. 

A trip to Monte Carlo wouldn’t be the same without a saunter down long streets dotted with glamourous boutiques.

If you’re hoping for somewhere a little less pricey, make your way down to Fontvielle Shopping Centre. This fantastic mall overlooks the nearby harbour, and offers you an opportunity to purchase both affordable and stylish French designs. Not only that, but it’s also a great place for a spot of lunch, with plenty of restaurants providing great-tasting French cuisine.