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I was in the middle of working on a project for university about colour schemes when this popped up on my timeline. I love the green door on that white wall! Thanks for inspiring me today! :)
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Cette photo evoque tant de souvenirs d’enfance, (dans mes souvenirs, la porte est bleue.)
This looks like a perfect beach bungalow. This photo makes me want to get away!
mmmm fresh vine leaves…
you can make delicious dolmadkia!!!
That looks like a Greece? Or? very nice photo. Have a great weekend.
Looks like a perfect weekend get away:-)
Into the Green…it gives hop
So cute. Wouldn’t mind spending my vacation over there xx
Love your blog!
I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:
Passa a trovarmi VeryFP
This shot really captures some aspects of a gorgeous summer getaway, such as that stunning cloudless sky, an exotic palm-tree peeking at the top and a clean and inviting villa :) <3.
lovely picture .. Greece has given you loads of inspiration ..
Très jolie phot!
This is making me want to go on holiday! Beautiful summery shot <3 xx
Feels so much like the last of summer here in London.
Seems to be a really peaceful place…
Belle photo !
Lovelly photo, maybe in the south of Portugal
I just want to say that I am so enjoying this blog these past few weeks. Feeling some kind of sisterhood with Garance since I got a pixie last week, and since I am an American married to a Frenchman and we are very much a franco-american mix, and also because I’m just a couple of years younger. (By the way I got my cut at 22 rue Verneuil in Paris while on vacation, I thought Pauline was very good.) The fashion perspective found here just suits me better than what I find on elle.fr, which seems to be for the younger set. I love the carefree style, but please keep it from being too young, this blog is a perfect bridge between youth and maturity, I think, if you don’t mind my saying so. I do wonder about the intense interest in beauty brands like Tata Harper and Aesop which seem to me far too pricey and with “natural” ingredients and fragrance that would irritate my sensitive skin. And, last comment, I love the pinterest outfit ideas. Oh, one more important comment, more on perfume please! Perfume should be a major part of style and self-expression and there is such beauty out there to be discovered through your nose. (I want my perfumes to be fragranced, not my facial products, by the way.) There are so many good perfume bloggers: Victoria Frolova, Denyse Beaulieu, Robin Krug…maybe you can feature one or maybe one of the many interesting perfume shops in Paris or NY, like Liquides in Paris. Thank you for this blog!
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