I am so happy to present a special shooting today, because the pictures for this article were taken by my friend Nikita Wong. Nikita is the creator of the very well to do Fashion blog; Meet Me in Paree.
I have been following her blog and Instagram for over a year, and I admire her sense of aesthetics, the quality and originality of her pictures and looks.
That’s why I jumped at the occasion, when she proposed to shoot me! Continue reading
Aren’t you tired of those Coachella outfits which all look alike? This week-end on Instagram, all I saw was denim shorts, suede jackets, lace or crochet crop tops, wide-brimmed hats, and cutout boots. Can we try, this year, to add some originality and modernity to the boho style? Continue reading
1. Mango ; 2. Maje ; 3. Bash ; 4. Nelly
The Poncho, spotted on Isabel Marant’s runway, is a cool mid-season jacket, to wear like a giant cardigan over a casual outfit.
Fringed jacket: Mango ; Flare jeans: Mango ; Bag : Asos ; Crop Top: Topshop ; Glasses: River Island
Big crush on this pineapple lamp, bought on The French Blossom, a fashion and decoration e-shop featuring only French designers.
It’s in resin and hand-painted, and also comes in pink or white.
I am very tempted to keep it for myself…love its cute retro style!
Maybe you noticed that I have a current obsession for the Military style…as I was writing last month, it’s a main trend this Summer, as seen on Paris Fashion Week’s runways, and the masterpiece is the Army Jacket. Continue reading
1. 64 ; 2. H&M (similaire ici) ; 3. Petit Bateau ; 4. Zara ; 5. Kiabi
I don’t want to taunt anybody, but I gotta confess that when I was in California, I did not need to buy a jacket for Jules: a jumpsuit, a hat to protect him from the sun, and done deal!
But since I came back to France, with this Winter which seems like it will never end, I had to go for a little shopping to warm my baby up.
It’s true, I am not a pro concerning baby fashion brands yet. They grow up so fast, I’d rather buy few and renew often then spending time looking for something original that he will wear twice. So I stick to brands I know and love, like Petit Bateau, Kiabi, H&M…who may be mainstream but also have super cute designs. Oh, and also, since I was born and raised in the Bask Country, I can’t help dressing him with the local brand 64, which does adorable sporty and casual stuff for kids.
Here’s my selection of 5 jackets, with 5 different styles, I spotted (and sometimes bought )