Very french indeed! I’m there on a regular basis and this is really a typical look. Only that usually the girls tend to wear flat sandals. Anyway, beautiful girl, and the colour of the dress matches her type perfectly. Love the picture!
This hit me straight into heart. Everything is just perfect. This would be the dress of my life. Even the pockets are there! I love her little heeled sandals much better than completely flat ones. Nice to know, that someone owns the perfect dress and wears it a lot, I bet!
i think this is my favourite outfit on your blog so far! I love that blue, and the dress is gorgeous! do you know where it’s from, if so can you say so in the comments section of this photo? and the black chunky necklace adds a nice flare to the whole outfit.
Not sure what age she is,but when I was living in Paris for two years, I noticed that the girls in their late teens and early twenties seemed to wear very muted clothing and not these cute dresses. Mostly gray black ,and other muddy colors.
That dress is the kind of colour I’d follow for a block or two if I glimpsed it on a crowded sidewalk. That blue is so refreshing, and the light sleeves are perfect for those of us who are a little heavier in the upper arms.
i love how the dress drops right to her knees. it looks like it was tailored to her exact proportions. the sleeves, the hair, the necklace, and the fact that the dress has pockets, pushes it right to the edge of being perfect.
How could one not love the dress? But the sandals are unfortunate, especially in a season where black strapped sandals, either flat or heeled, are so readily available and would team so well with the chunky black necklace.
I love those cldous! & I also happen to have that exact set of fashion plates. Although, for some reason I feel like my mom might have gotten rid of it in her big fall purge.Thanks for reminding me to hunt her down & find out!cute post (:xo.