We shot this last outfit under the rain, and my hair in the wind!
With this grey weather, I wanted a cozy, confortable and feminine outfit.
I recently discovered the cashmere sweaters from Parisian designer Nathalie Dumeix, which are so soft and cocoon, with modern and trend cuts.
I love this kaki model, cutout on the sides, with its oversize masculine cut.
And for the feminity… my over-the-knee boots from Stuart Weitzman, say it all!
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Your mother, (and incidentally Coco Chanel, since 1926), has been repeating you over and over, since your first date, that the Little Black Dress is your best friend.
The color black makes you look thinner, (which is a MAJOR issue during the Christmas holidays); the little black dress matches everything, (even this gold leather jacket you bought on sale but never knew with what to wear it), and allows you to go nuts with your accessories.
Cherry on top, most of the designers know launching Evening Collections (just an excuse to make us buy more, but who cares?), mostly dedicated to the Little Black Dress, but twisted and modernized to match the current trends.
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In a few days, we will all be dressing for holiday parties; so waiting for this, I wanted to present a casual and effortless chic outfit, which I loved to wear last week to walk around Paris, featuring my new sneakers New Balance!
I love this outfit because it mixes strict and casual codes (the white shirt and the straight pants vs the loose cardigan and the sneakers).
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As you saw from my last outfit, we recently stayed in Amsterdam for a few days. A city I only knew by reputation for its Coffeeshops who attract European teenagers, and that I was not very interested in.
Well, I had the nicest surprise, arriving in this little Venice of the North, with its charming canals, its thousands bikes and its mix of Renaissance, Gothic and Art Nouveau architecture.
10 days ago, we were in Amsterdam for a long week-end. I did not know and I loved it! (I will publish a lot of pictures on the blog soon…) We walked all over the city during 4 days, under very, very cold temperatures, so my fashion options were limited to: warm coat, beanie, skinny jeans and boots. All my cute skirts and dresses never left my luggage.
This week’s outfit will be short, and was shot with me jumping up and down to try to warm up!
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A few weeks ago, Darrick and I were “Andy and Andie”, fake bride and groom during the fun Parisian festival “Andy Festival”, organized by the blog Un Beau Jour and Nabie Dit Oui.
What do they do? They create and organize original, fun, creative weddings, with a lot of DYI suggestions, and they help young designers, decorators and caterers in the wedding industry get known. Continue… →
Je viens de lire un article très intéressant, à propos de la définition de la Française selon Le Times.
Même si selon moi, ils se sont royalement plantés sur le point n°1 (nous porterions des talons même pendant notre accouchement selon la légende), car pour vivre entre Paris et Los Angeles, je vous affirme que personne ne peut battre le record de filles perchées sur des échasses à Hollywood. Continue… →
1. Camille Over The Rainbow ; 2. Meet Me in Paree ; 3. Initials LA
I remember the time when going to the office with sneakers was a professional suicide.
When, on our way to work, we were exchanging our comfy Nike for high heels at the metro exit, and hiding it in our bag, waiting patiently to take them out 9h later on our way back home. When I would have rather loose a toe than go to a dinner wearing sneakers. Continue… →