It is a rainy day today. My plan was to walk around the city and do some shopping so I prepared my outfit for the day: brown leather skirt and “powder pink” tops…
But suddenly it began pouring down rain and I decided to stay home….
So change of plans! I am going to stay home, drink coffee and…..
- book a spa weekend in march
- write down my birthday wish list
- admire Claire Basler paintings from her book
- draw and paint
- find inspiration in old magazines
- preparing some great blog posts
- finish the book from Joel Dicker
Have a great Saturday!
As I am currently looking for a beautiful hat I’ve been looking at Pinterest to get some inspiration…..
“The Frenchic look of the month“: this is a new category I am starting this year!
Every month I will present you a personal outfit. I do not have a wardrobe “à la Carrie Bradshaw” but seriously… how many women have? And to be honest I do not care because I want this blog to reflect who I am, what I like, what inspires me.
This month I would like to focus on this great “bleu marine” sweater dress I bought on sales at H&M. It is simple, not to tight, not to big and very comfy!
On the pictures I wear it with a dress but you can also wear it with slim jeans.
I like the round shape on both sides which makes it more feminine and elegant.
I hope you like this new category and look forward to February look!
Have a great Sunday!
Finally it is Saturday! It is cold outside but the sun is shining…
While starting the day with coffee, jazz music on and surfing on Pinterest I have just discovered the French artist, Claire Basler and I totally fell in love with her work!
Claire draws and paints mostly flowers, trees in a very romantic way. She bought a Château, Le Château de Beauvoir, and renovated it in a French chic but very personal way. Her wall paintings in Le Château are majestic! Enjoy the pictures (from http://www.clairebasler.com)
As I like to draw and paint flowers and trees as well the work of Claire Basler is definitely a great source of inspiration for me. I have ordered her book and will keep an eye with her exhibitions…