|A touch of glamour. Sometimes photographs scream "lifestyle" as in "I want that lifestyle." I think the Pucci caftan captures the sentiment. N'est-ce pas?|
Prepare yourself for bits and bites. You know how I collect the this-es and thats of riveting information (and personal observations) about what's going on in my corner of the world -- from Paris to the countryside. It's one of those days.
In Today's Headlines. . .
You may remember this dress from late, late winter when Babette (see yesterday's post) bought it for her boutique as part of her spring/summer offerings. It is swoon worthy. The sequins melt into light, medium and deep pailletés of pinky nude, taupe and toast. It finally sold on markdown. More than having the right figure for it -- simply great arms really, it was flow-y and easy to wear -- it called for the right lifestyle. The construction was a simple A form.
Are you sure you would travel 45 minutes from Paris to shop chez elle? Actually, you could combine the trip with a visit to Versailles. We live between Versailles and Rambouillet, right in the middle of the Rambouillet forest. Let me know. Pseu and I have plans (Une Femme ).
Jennifer Aniston Has (I mean, should have) Me On Speed Dial
|Jennifer Aniston, photographed for Elle by Marc Seliger.|
I realize you probably don't lift a taloned finger at home, but you could hurt someone on set.
You're welcome. My pleasure. Any time. You know where to find me.
"Imitation is the highest form of flattery," Coco Chanel
|Dior 2011 (and Marion Cotilard of course).|
|Pinel et Pinel taking the every day to extremes.|
Just Like Maman
While perusing the aisles at Sephora with my special "good customer award points bonus" (I spend unreasonable amounts of money there) I spotted Revlon's "Cherries In the Snow" nail polish. My mother always wore it on her toes.
I bought it. It's on my toes. Makes me very happy.