I completely overhauled my wardrobe when I married Pascal.
Timeless chic was in and gaudy, on-trend garments were out.
When you’re married to a French man, you marry a man intrinsically tied to his culture and country. So be ready for an entire new world to open up before you, and be prepared to sharpen your wits and tongue at the same time.
This year, I celebrate my 25 wedding anniversary with my French husband. My goodness, I’ve lived longer with this man than any member of my own family.
In fact, I have lived longer in Paris than any other city I grew up in.
To help you get a clear insight into the French way of dating and being in a relationship, here is some useful advice.
They usually expect a certain level of culture and, therefore, you need to be aware of current cultural events.
Just like any other woman, a French woman would be pleased if you asked questions about her culture and world view. Show her that you want to understand her political views and the foundation they are based on.
French men are the masters of seduction and making you feel the most cherished woman alive. However, when it comes to dating and day-to-day romantic life, the rules are somewhat different to those the British are used to.
1 DRESS TO IMPRESS Expect to see a lot less of Cheryl.
Do not be surprised that French women are confident; the confidence is usually well-founded.