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Stripes and a clown

Yesterday, in what I consider quite a coup, I was invited to brunch at the home of a neighbor. A coup in that getting to know one’s neighbors is not a given, and I was the only non-French person at the gathering. 226 more words


...the perfect *new* way to wear stripes

Wondering how to wear black-and-white stripes in an original, modern and sexy way (I don’t know about you but I’m a little bored of the classic 3/4 sleaves… 67 more words


I met Calliope about three years ago when I was studying in Paris. We have soon become close friends.  I took this photo two years ago and I remember it was almost summertime.



Je porte:

Marinière Claudie Pierlot, ancienne co

Short copcopine, actuellement à 37€ ici

Collant bleu nuit, gambette box de mars

Converse personnalisées

Sac Michael Kors, ancienne co… 128 more words


French supper: Moules in Pernod sauce

Mussels transport me back to childhood to family camping holidays in France – an annual summer event and a lengthy affair. Our trips stretched for weeks and weeks until my brother and I could hardly remember a morning without a breakfast of still-warm baguette dunked into a delicious bowl of… 676 more words



If you wait too long, you’ll lose.

Location : Gravelly Point Park near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, United States


Marinière vs Brocante

To decode the History of la Marinière we have to be interest in History of Stripes.

In fact, if we get a closest look, since Middle Age, striped or checkered fabrics have got a negative meaning. 269 more words