How do you say style in French?
le style (masc.)
la mode = "the style", or "style"
It's in style = c'est à la mode
I am going out on a limb to say you mean "What do French people wear?" The answer would be clothing. The French have long been known as arbiters of style, in clothing, perfumes and cuisine. American style tends to revolve around the "more is more, new is best" idea, which is the absolute opposite of French style. French women know that, when it comes to style, the thing to do is buy one perfect…
<span style="font-style: italic;"><span style="font-weight: bold;">the french settlement in Canada was a long time ago...... </span><span style="font-style: italic;"><span style="text-decoration: line-through;"><span style="font-style: italic;">because the french liked tomatoes they rode into Canada on the backs of camels. the camels liked licorice too so the french invaded Canada while the flamingoes and the buffalos from India watched while they got sunburnt and drank Gatorade and loved pelicans.</span></span></span> </span>
"French-style" is a loose English equivalent of the French prepositional phrase à la française. The feminine singular prepositional phrase translates literally as "at the French (manner)," "in the French (style)" or "to the French (way)" according to English contexts. The pronunciation will be "a la fraw-sez" in Alsatian and Cevenol French.