30 Sep 2010

Chapter Two: Little Bit of French...

... style... :)!

... is simple but chic. Although I have never being there, it is on my offline list to go to France before leaving Europe.

I prefer the French style, and I try my best to keep it that way. So when I saw the shoes (below), in a charity shop, I instantly felt in love. They were like new.
The detail of bow are romantic like the French 19thC fashion. And they have the hulala flair... I just have to slip them on and voilà, I am ready to kill!

They have been there for me throughout the summer. They are comfortable and I can wear them with anything. I wear them to work and to party in them. I am still wearing them although is autumn; but the cold days will be here soon and I am looking for a new pair of shoes that will be versatile as them.

At the moment, I am digging the Mango A/W 2010/11 new look, which is inspired by French 70s style. Check the fashion week video.


Apart from the wonderful clothes I would like to buy, the following are the few shoes I am definitely going to buy from Mango.
The vintage look is so in... but, I used to wear that kind of shoes in the nineties and I still have some pair somewhere. However, I am ready to buy a new pair just to keep up with the fashion... ... I know, the above are not for the winter but I just love the way them look. I can have them for a romantic dinner or a special party. They seem comfortable fit as well. They are killer heels and sure I am going to have them during the sale ;)!

However, my priority is buying a new pair of boots. The following boots will do because they look practical and comfortable and I can wear when in the snow!
Enough of rambling about shoes because I also love French...


...
crepe and baguette and Tour l'Eiffel ...


...
l'oreal and Chanel...

... they say spend lots of money on the good essential items, and don't be cheap on useless things. ... that is my motto! (I will post more on this in later date).


...
kiss...

The Art Of Kissing: How To French Kiss Step By Step
Uploaded by howtokissvideoscom.

...
language ...

Visite de Nicolas Sarkozy à Bertrand Delanoë
Uploaded by mairiedeparis.
is like speaking while sensually drinking red wine!... it makes even ugly politicians look sexy... It is so sexy, oui!

...
1980s film La Boum...


...
Air's music...
the last one is one of the soundtracks of one of my favourite films The Virgin Suicides.

And to finish, a little bit of sweetness...
...
1992 Dur Dur d'etre Bebe song (it is super fun)...
... how sweet. He made us girls dance in the early 90s - for saying "It is hard to be a baby!" Just listen to him...


So, there you have it, a little bit of my French taste :)! I am praying Hubby and I will experience one of French cities soon :).

Are you a French lover? Have you ever being to France? Which is your favourite fashion/style? Have you ever being to a fashion show? Do you know how to French kiss ;)? Isn't Jordy and his
girlfriend cute?

This post is for the french inspired blog party hosted by Le Chateau des fleurs by Frenchy.

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I WANT TO DEDICATE THIS POST TO Gui,
a French friend who passed away two years.
R.I.P Gui!
Tu me manque!




14 comments:

  1. Yea for the return of the loafer! This was the only kind of shoe I used to wear, had brown and black ones.

    Stopping by from Writer's Workshop. Here's a link to mine if you get a chance to visit: http://zemeks.blogspot.com/2010/09/what-bargain-writers-workshop.html

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  2. Love your blog! Your charity store shoes are adorable! I'm a new follower via Boost My Blog. http://www.adoctorinthehouse.blogspot.com

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  3. Hello!
    I'm a new follower from Friendly Friday Follow. I would love it if you could stop by my blog as well! I hope you have a great Friday!
    http://mrsgoldilocks.blogspot.com/

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  4. The shoes are so cute! Following from Following Friday. Hope you'll stop by soon! Have a great weekend.

    Jess
    http://www.mommies2cents.com

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  5. Nice shoes! WOW that french kiss video bordered on soft porn LOL!! Is it hot in here or is it me?
    :)

    Peace,
    Susan

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  6. I love those shoes with the frilly edge! The color of your toe nail polish is pretty awesome too!

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  7. This is a great post. I love fancy french things, especially shoes and crepes!! Lovely dedication to your friend, I'm sorry to hear of her passing. I'm a new faithful follower from the friday blog hop on home-mom.com :)
    Rheanna
    cammostylelove.blogspot.com

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  8. Yes indeed those shoes are cute! I love vintage!
    I am over from New Bloggy Moms to show my support and follow you. Looking forward to reading your posts.
    Come follow me at www.pinkdivacafe.com
    Hugs
    Noel

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  9. I'm your newest follower from a blog hop. Come stop by Punky Monkeys, maybe you will want to follow back?!??!

    Have a great day!

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  10. This made me smile :)
    Love the shoes of course! La boum gave me back memories :)
    Thank you so much for linking up!
    Hugs
    Frenchy

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  11. @ Frenchy = La Boum (Il Tempo Delle Mele) was the favourite film for many the girls in Italy :)

    Thanks for hosting.

    @ Pink Dandy = your body products seem excellent. The nail polish is Nails Inc, it is to apply and the look is close to a professional work.

    Thanks everyone for stopping by!

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  12. I love that color nail polish you are wearing on your toes. I've never been big into vintage before but now I'm becoming more interested. I just bought a vintage sewing machine. WIsh me luck :)

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  13. Mrs. K good luck in creating wonderful items with your new machine :)!

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