** That FRENCH Girl **
You know who she is.
1.) She is effortlessly cool (I put in the effort and am not that cool).
2.) She walks around with perma high heels on cobblestone with such grace! (I am the most sensitive, so I care … and I also roll over my ankles all the time - Bambi on ice).
3.) She is a cigarette smoker to maintain that rail thin body (no cigarettes for this pup, just a dose of the gym jam).
4.) She’s always in a hat with most relaxed yet perfectly tousled hair of life (in a hat sans any sign of a tousle).
5.) She’s always in skinny trousers with the most perfect loose drop crotch, yet not too much droppage of the crotch (we tried!).
That is the definition of THAT girl.
For Bastille Day yesterday - LE MAN is Parisian, so we naturally celebrated his culture, hung out with other Frenchies, had some bubbles and did the B’s aka the bisous aka the double kiss to every stranger all night long. #LOVE
I decided that I needed to look like THAT Parisian girl that I am currently slash have always been obsessed with. This is the look I came up with.
T Shirt: Zara - last year - on sale, a size medium aka oversized and cuffed the sleeves up to make it look like a muscle shirt and perfect for tucking in the bottoms to a fitted pair of trousers.
Hat: Rag&Bone - likely my best and most used purchase of this summer.
Trousers and Belt: Gucci
Heels: Nine West - most used heels of all time.
Bracelets: Hermes & Saint Laurent - French LOVE.
Bag: Chanel - more French LOVE.
The Quatorze Juillet aka 14th of July actually commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution and then the unity of the French people a year later (1789 - 1790). Those French always had it right by rebelling.
There’s a little histocial, cultural, fashion snap all in one.