When you order from a French boutique, it will say your price is in francs.

This is the first time this has been made clear.

We’ve been using the word ‘francs’ to refer to euros.

But it’s worth noting that when you order a dress from a retailer, you can specify a price for your order, and they will calculate a ‘frécis’ price based on that price.

So, if you want to pay a higher price for a dress you’ve ordered, the company that made the dress will actually give you a lower price.

The result?

If you have a large order of dresses, the price you are charged will be different to the prices paid for other items in the same order. 

For example, if your order has two dresses that cost €12.95 each, you will get the same price for each dress.

But if you order two dresses for €12, you’ll only be charged €6.95 for each.

If you buy one dress for €11, you may end up paying €10.00.

The French fashion market is very competitive and it’s important to be aware of your options.

You can find out more about this in our guide to the French fashion industry.

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