This intense moment of joy, when the mailman hands you a Chloé parcel on a Saturday morning (while you are hangover, taking care of your kid who has no clue that you slept 2 hours, and just plan to stay on the couch and pop ibuprofen to make it through the day). At this magic moment, you forget about your headache (fashion is best the medicine ever!), run to the kitchen to grab the first knife that you find, to open the parcel…and fall in love immediately with this backpack, the new version of the iconic “Faye” model from Chloé! I am wearing it with this Maje long printed dress that I bought a few years ago but still love to wear!
Ask anybody: I am known for traveling with way more stuff than I need. But for my trip to Tulum, I went left and only brought 2 pair of shorts, swimsuits (counting as tops too), one dress and this super cute twisted blouse from storets. So this is basically the outfit I’ve been living in for a week!
I finally took the time to sort out my pictures from my trip to Tulum, Mexico. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was there on holidays at the end of January (I’ve posted dozens of pictures of white sand beaches and transparent water that you must have hated me for ;-). I’ll talk more about Tulum in my next post (coming ASAP), but right now I wanted to introduce you to Albertine Swim, a French swimwear designer that I’ve always loved for its original, versatile and very fashionable line, to wear at the beach or to style with your Summer shorts, dresses or skirts. This particular one-piece is currently on sale, go check our their eshop!
This week, I am styling this Sandro trench coat that I’ve worn for years a little differently: I’ve added a belt at the waist to make the look more powerful, chic and feminine.
One of my favorite fashion trends this Winter is certainly the fitted pullover, inspired by the 70’s. It’s so feminine and easy-to-wear, especially here in LA where we don’t really need warm and thick sweaters.
Some pieces of your wardrobe are timeless, and even though you won’t wear it for weeks, months, sometimes years, there will come a time when you will be happy that you kept it. That’s how I feel about this red draped blouse from The Kooples.
What if you could wear your pajamas for your holiday parties? Yes, believe it or not, getting out of the house in your nighties has become the ultimate chic. I did not dare to wear the full “dormcore” trend (from head to toes) but I totally fell for the softer version: the pajama shirt. I had a lot of fun styling this cute Cooper & Ella pajama blouse for my holiday outfits in a black and white graphic look. Stylish, chic, and ready to party!
Blogging started as a hobby for me and is still one today, (I work in digital marketing and community management for those who don’t know me), that’s why you can be sure that I am talking about stuff that I really like. This week, THE LOOK on the blog features two major crushes: this wool kimono from Parisian designer FABRIC HUNTED AND COLLECTED (no need to introduce it to you guys, you all loved her wrap skirt in this look), and the coolest leather camera bag from LO AND SONS.
This Zara bodysuit printed with stars might be the most useful piece I bought this season: it basically goes with everything, and it’s ideal for the holiday season for a glam-rock style. I’ve worn it with culottes, a mini leather skirt, but my favorite combo remains the ultra-basic association with high-waisted jeans.