It is with a lot of fondness and great sadness that I spent time going through Brittany Murphy’s outfits in Uptown Girls today. As I reminisced about that time of my life and about the actual movie which I remember thoroughly enjoying, I decided to watch it again. And dear Lord was the nostalgia crushing… That and the fact that Ms. Murphy, such a lovely … Continue reading Trade My Wardrobe With… Molly in Uptown Girls
Say what you will about Rihanna’s personal style, at least she’s got bags of it. Personally, I feel like she looks like a hot mess most of the time, but I also rate her for it. She breaks down fashion cliches every chance she gets, sporting tops, bottoms and dresses that barely fit the human form on the regular. It’s been a journey watching her … Continue reading Fashion: Why Rihanna Is The Perfect Cure To Coachella Fatigue
Before moving to San Francisco, I had this Hollywood-fed image of the city – a Fullhouse-Mrs-Doubtfire fueled ocean of cute, colourful houses on hills. An accurate depiction to some extent…. depending on what area you’re in. Happy, relaxed, beautiful, unique. San Francisco is a city like NO other. But it’s also a city that’s full of surprises, good and bad. Here’s a few things you … Continue reading San Francisco: 41 Things You Should Know
Her angelic face and cat eyes may be enough to draw you in but it’s her style which will make you stick around. Anna Karina, fashion and Nouvelle Vague icon was and remains a sartorial reference across the world; although seemingly French, Anna Karina is actually of Danish origin. Muse and (now ex) wife of Jean-Luc Godard, she rose to fame in the 1960s as … Continue reading Trade My Wardrobe With… Anna Karina
It’s hard to tell whether it’s a millennial/snowflake inspired trend but it seems that these days, you’re increasingly being told by the media that multiplying new experiences and travels are the right way to live your life. The rise of Instagram has lead to an insidious Wanderlust epidemic – we’ve almost reached the point where people want to travel and do things purely to post … Continue reading Mind: Have You Got a Bucket List Yet??
I have lived abroad for the best part of a decade now and leaving to explore (parts of) the world is one of the best decisions I ever made. Nevertheless, I’m only human and I do get homesick every once in a while. Having grown up in the Paris region, there’s a select number of things I truly miss from back home. 1. I miss … Continue reading Culture: 19 Things I Miss As a Parisian Abroad
Skinny jeans: H&M Beige suede ankle boots: ALDO T-shirt: Aftershock Festival merchandise Follow my fashion diaries on Instagram! Continue reading Fashion Diaries: March 20th 2018
Not to obsess over the 90s but it seems it’s one of the eras that really stuck with me style-wise. Funnily enough my style isn’t particularly 90s inspired at all, nevertheless I can’t help but look back on that decade and think that the grimy grunge style they had going is how I’d like to dress most days. The staple destroyed-rag-doll outfit is one of … Continue reading Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… Courtney Love
Embroidered & beaded velvet jacket: Zara (eBay) Follow my fashion diaries on Instagram! Continue reading Fashion Diaries: March 7th 2018
This song… ❤ ❤ ❤ Continue reading Music: Passion Pit – Sleepyhead
France has been the breeding ground for many international fashion icons over the years but as a French person myself, I am possibly more familiar with attention-worthy national icons who never really made it abroad. Two of our fashion queens from back in the day, you should be acquainted with already – namely Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin (although Birkin is a UK native) – … Continue reading Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… The Birkin Girls’?
Cherry print wrap top: H&M High waisted denim skirt: H&M Follow my fashion diaries on Instagram! Continue reading Fashion Diaries: March 6th 2018
Square neckline corset peasant top: Vintage Ralph Lauren (Poshmark) Jeans: Levi’s Follow my fashion diaries on Instagram! Continue reading Fashion Diaries: March 2nd 2018
After spending all of winter wearing long sleeves and sweaters trying to stay alive in the freezing cold, spring is the perfect time to start wearing t-shirts again. Soft and comfy, they go with pretty much everything and are an easy way to make a statement – a spring essential! Here’s 5 tees your closet needs for the season: 1. Saint/Sinner Front & Back Tee … Continue reading Fashion: The Top 5 T-Shirts Your Spring Closet Needs