Hot in Hollywood: Stars Say 'Oui' to French-Inspired Tees

06/25/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

French-inspired celeb teesFameFlynet; Ramey; FameFlynet

If you’ve already embraced and forgotten the famous person face t-shirt style that was trending last month, you’ve probably been wondering what the next hot ticket tee would be — and it’s finally here. Some of our favorite leading ladies have been spotted in shirts that are très chic (bien sûr!).

Kate Beckinsale was spotted leaving the grocery store this weekend sporting a Zoe Karssen ‘Au Revoir Mon Cheri’ tee with a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans, white strappy sandals and a quilted bag. Diane Kruger was also showing some Paris love with the city’s name printed across her Madewell top while out and about in L.A.

And then there are the greetings tees — Fashion Faceoff one saying hello, the other, goodbye, all en Francais. Alessandra Ambrosio (above) wore a grey AIKO Giacomo sweatshirt that reads, “Au Revoir Tokyo” (which you can still get here). Ashley Tisdale posted a selfie on Instagram in another top by the samedesigner with “Bonjour Los Angeles” printed across the front.

Loving this look? We found a couple budget-friendly options so you can rock the trend just like the stars! If you’re going for the slouchy-tee style like Beckinsale and Kruger, we think you’ll be looking très cool in this loose soft-pink piece or this “La Nouvelle Belle” white jersey top (we even found a dress version). But if you’re more inclined go to the long-sleeve route, we recommend this sweatshirt that reads, “You. Me. Oui.”

Printed tees are nothing new, but these designs feel a bit trendier (maybe it’s because we love adding a French twist to our outfits). Which celeb had your favorite message? What would your shirt read?

–John Soper

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CAM237Design on

A few of my French shirts read: « JAMAIS 201», «2000-Qunize» ,
«JAMAIS 302».
and some other English read: « TWENTY-15 » , « AFRICA »

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