I discover this blog, like accidentally, and is such a great blog!!
Thank you for sharing all your wisdom
From Argentina, goodbye!
Merci Aldana 🙂
Great information! I have a wedding in June and I’m already taller than my husband. I found your blog while searching to see if I, a 60 yr old with a ok body and nice legs) could wear ballerina shoes with a black tight wrap (slightly hugging from chest to hip, then no tight at all) dress that comes right below my knee. If so, what kind? If not, what do you suggest (other than a taller husband- took me 42 years to train this one!)
I just want to say a huge thank you for this site! I knew nothing about fashion and how to dress well, and now I have read through your site I am full of knowledge and tips I want to try! Looking forward to future posts!
This blog is the best! You’re doing a great job. I love fashion and I love color since I lived many years in Hawaii. Thank you for all the guidance. Please keep it up!
This blog is perfection!
Thank you for sharing wonderful advice in your blog! I am not Parisian by any stretch of the imagination, but for what it’s worth I have been told that I “dress like a French girl.” I am not sure what that means, but my taste does seem to be similar to what you describe in your blog posts. I credit my many years in dance class for my love of texture and color combined with chic, clean lines. Speaking of dance, I’m a teacher. This causes problems for me because I also look young, and need to look professional, but appropriate. I often get dressed in a hurry, and only step out for a short time in my “street clothes.” I spend a lot of my time in stretch pants. Basically, I would like to look polished in my daily life. If it helps for you to know this, I am 5’10 inches tall and my legs are nearly 4 feet long. I am xs on top, s on bottom…shaped kind of like a bottle :-). Do you have any relevant ideas for me or for other active women?
I would be happy to advice you on a private consulting.
Je viens de découvrir votre blog! D’excellentes idées y sont partagées.
Étant québécoise j’ai souvent envié les parisiennes qui ont beaucoup,
mais beaucoup de style. Merci
great blog, I love the ” What to wear in pars ” post since I love Paris and I am hoping to go there very soon. Also, I never want to look like a tourist so I am very grateful to you.
Merci Jennette 🙂
Je viens de découvrir ton blog et j’aime beaucoup tes articles, qui sont très bien écrits et drôles!
J’habite en Suisse, et prévois de faire une petite virée à Paris bientôt, ça me ferait plaisir de faire une visite avec toi ainsi qu’une séance de style coaching 🙂
Merci! Je serai ravie de faire un shopping pour toi 🙂
I’m happy to have come across your website, and will be looking forward to following your blog posts. I’ve always been a huge fan of everything French, including the fashion. And I love the pret-a-porter brands like Cop Copine, Sunlight, Double Jeu, and I’m always on the lookout for all the new ones. I’m wondering if you could write a blog about these and similar brands and labels. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the comment! Talking about french brands could be a post subject. I’ll think about it.
c’est par hasard que j’ai découvert ton blog et voilà que maintenant je me rue sur chaque nouvel article que tu postes!
Merci pour tes conseils de goût!
Audrey from Toulouse
Merci Audrey 🙂
Je viens de découvrir votre blog et je l’adore !
J’ai 54 ans et je commence à savoir ce qui me va, ou pas (heureusement…), mais il y a toujours des doutes, et je trouve vos conseils extrêmement pertinents, nuancés et pas “fashion victim” du tout, donc merci !
Merci beaucoup 🙂
I can not say enough wonderful things about Alois distance services and outfit creation. I live in New York and was unable to meet Aloïs in person but we set up an stylist coach appointment online using skype. She critiqued my wardrobe, made a multitude of different outfits using only the few items I had in my closet that I was never wearing and accessorized them perfectly. I explained that I was on a very tight budget, so she choose pieces of clothes to spice up my already existing wardrobe at economical prices and made my style go from boring to tres tres chic. I can not even tell you how many compliments I get a day wearing her new outfit creations. It is honestly one of the most economical things I have done in years because our clothes should go by cost per wear and I had 80 percent of my closet just sitting there that I am now using in new stylish and contemporary ways.
Her outfit creation and ideas were supported with fashion literature, research, fashion icons and articles. Her expertise left nothing to be desired.
Superbe découverte ton Blog! Dress like a Parisian “fashionise” ma vie de Bruxelloise 😉
Suggestion: A quand un article sur “Comment s’habiller mode quand on est petite?”
(Et pas mannequin, je fais 1,59m pour 54kg… Soit un 38 🙁
Bonne Continuation & j’espère bien m’offrir un jour tes conseils lors d’un Shopping à Paris!!
Merci beaucoup pour ton comm qui me fait très plaisir!
Je ne me suis pas encore lancée dans les sujets spécial morpho, mais je vais le faire prochainement et garde ton idée d’article en haut de la pile (virtuelle).
Bonne journée et à un de ces quatre pour un shopping parisien peut-être,
tres chic blog
Merci Wilma 🙂
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