How to wear linen?

And why? Because linen is the most ecological fiber that exists: 80% of it is produced in Europe and France is the first producer in the world (ok I am promoting french trade here, greetings US readers, plant your own crops!) it requires very little water (normandy’s rain is just enough) it requires little to […]

How to wear orange?

The good thing about my editorial choice to have boring yet practical post titles is that I do not get to search for silly jokes like “orange is the new black” or “how to look juicy in orange”. You’ll learn all of that nonetheless by reading the following colorspiration I gathered for you. First of all, […]

What to shop in a thrift store?

Hello les filles, Last week-end I styled two young ladies with limited budget so to make the most of it we went to some thrift stores (amongst others). They always are kind of a mess with the clothes coming out from everywhere, the tiny aisle, the unidentified smell, somewhere in between musty and sanitizer… I must […]

Floral prints and how to wear them

How to wear floral prints? The question seems to come back as surely as spring will sprung. This season, the collections have been especially blossoming. Liberty here, huge embroidered roses there, flowers everywhere! But in the parisian streets they are more tulips planted in the garden of the Luxembourg than on parisiennes themselves. Maybe because […]

To tuck or not to tuck your tops?

This is the question ma chère. And I am there to answer it. I/ Do tuck A/ With high waisted bottoms 1. Bodytype The tucking looks super nice when you have a thin waist compared to your hips. If you have an allover round belly (apple shape) or if you are a square shape, tucking […]

Fashion week inspiration: Paris

This fashion month finish beautifully in Paris with heterogeneous runways. From couture allure to easy to wear silhouettes. Here are some of my crushes 1/ Ultra subtle shades gradation A variation of the monochrome trend that has been on since two seasons. I literally fell in love with Nina Ricci’s collection by Guillaume Henry which colors and shapes […]

Fashion week inspiration: Milan

In Milan the clothes were as usual much more on the baroque side of fashion. Eccentric prints, accessories overload and crazy fabrics were all over the place. Which is visually stunning yet more difficult to convert into daily life wearable clothes. If you want to get some of that vibe my easiest recommendation is… to actually purchase […]

Fashion week inspirations: New york

New category on the blog! Beeing inspired from the runways can seem obvious at first glance since designers ARE trendsetters. But when you look at those beautiful outfits, you are not always sure how if they are daily life proof. Here are my favorite outfits, the style tricks and colors combinations that caught my eyes and how you […]

Is flattering a styling must?

Each year you read the same titles over an over in women’s magazines: “how to find your perfect fit?”,”find out what your shape is”, “how to dress when you are pear shaped”… Because women are all looking for the holy grail of fashion: finding out which clothes are made for them. Yet in the same […]

How to wear monochrome

Monochrom is in the air! Hints: During last fashion week, each catwalk featured at least one monochromatic outfit. Designer Sies Marjan even made it the theme of her show.  And at Gucci, Alessandro Michele, not especially famous for his sense of understatement, inserted some monochroms in his collection.  Erm, ok, so long for understatement Alessandro […]

How to wear Levis 501?

I love Levis jeans, they are so iconic. I am jealous of you american readers because in France it is expensive to buy them! They are pretty easy to style in the summer: tuck a light top in, add some heels and bam, killer outfit! But in winter, here come troubles. With their larger legs, […]