French Women Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best French Women Quotes from famous persons: Jason Clarke, Sirio Maccioni, Francoise Gilot, Sonny Mehta, Camille Rowe. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the French Women Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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You need mystery. You actually do. I think that’s what foreign women, French women in particular, are good at. There’s still a sense that you need to keep some of the unknown because that’s where the soul resides, or something.
No one could touch the home cooking of an Italian woman. French women, they are very intelligent, very sexy – but they don’t like to cook.
Sirio Maccioni
What I like about the American woman is she usually has a lot of dynamism. In the U.S., women have a tendency to go forward, to be more exaggerated than in Europe. Many times the rough ideas come from the States, then they are refined in Europe. The American women and the French women are still the best-dressed.
Francoise Gilot
French Women Don’t Get Fat‘ has become something of a phenomenon.
I think French women are incredibly comfortable in their skin, whereas in the States people are striving more for one beauty ideal.
The great thing about American women is their energy and the way they love to dress. French women don’t really dress; they are too conservative, as it’s always a question of money. In America, women are powerful and strong, determined. If they want to be an object, they choose to be in control.
The French view is really one of balance, I think… What French women would tell me over and over is, it’s very important that no part of your life – not being a mom, not being a worker, not being a wife – overwhelms the other part.
French women don’t have too many clothes – a few good pieces that last for a while and are classic and timeless.
French women will always look up at a man, even if he is four inches shorter than she is.
I don’t think that French women are less feminist. If you look at Simone de Beauvoir, she was French and she wrote one of the founding texts of feminism.
I think French women tend to keep it simple. I’d say try the less-is-more approach, which is not always easy to get right.
French women famously take care over their appearance, but this wasn’t instilled in me as I grew up. I was taught that beauty comes from different places, from the inside and from the outside.
French women have been made beautiful by the French people – they’re very aware of their bodies, the way they move and speak, they’re very confident of their sexuality. French society‘s made them like that.
When I was 20, I went to Paris and tried to meet French women. It didn’t work.