|Going all the way with color-blocking.|
In today's headlines. . .
Au Revoir Mon Amie
marinière from Petit Bateau. I did my best to try to convince her to buy a few Marcel T-shirts from Monoprix, pointing out how versatile they are and she would never regret the purchases as long as she lives, but she refused.
In another "let me offer my expert fashion advice" moment I suggested she add the sweet navy and white striped dress from Petit Bateau to her wardrobe. To shut me up, she tried it on. I raved. She declined. She wears a child's size 14(!) and she looked so cute in the dress. If she has remorse she has only herself to blame.
A Touch of Color
|Belts from Vicomte A.|
|Oooh, adorable, non? From Alexandra Margnat.|
|A color I often see on the streets of Paris. Ballerines by Paul & Joe.|
Never mind the full commitment of major color blocking which can become tiresome though amusing as a fling.
These accessories boost the morale without the guilt.
No, I Will Not Talk About The Subject
Every newspaper, magazine, television and radio station in democracies has editorial policies and "mission statements" which form the foundation of whatever ethics the organizations may or may not have depending upon one's opinion.
My editorial policy/mission in this space is to at all times try to inform and amuse. I'm using the "inform" part lightly, because it's not as if anything life-changing happens chez moi.
The second amendment in my directive is to never, ever, ever talk about politics. (Sex is pretty much off the table as well.)
As I was saying, politics. You have no idea how much I would like to reflect not only on the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case, but also even more about the comments in the French media about the American judicial system.
But I won't.