I love her footwear. They could be flip-flops, but they’re much more elegant. I think small details like that really set Parisian girls like her apart from her Lower East Side sisters across the Atlantic. Again, I love your images.
I love how french girls are more laid back and not putting all their assets “in four face” as many american obsessed with “victoriaÂŽs secret” sexyness are. There are many ways to be sexy, and not all mean that you have to be bone thin, blonde and riding on high heels.
This girl has some flesh on their bones, her hair looks like she did it herself, she wears a comfortable dress and flipflops. She looks comfortable with herself, and that makes her quite special.
I don’t think one should generalize that all “french girls” are effortlessly stylish based on these pictures. These are Parisians. You can’t compare all american women to the women in these pictures. A more fair comp would be parisians to new yorkers.
That said….she’s sooo gorgeous. And I really want that dress.
I love it all, except for the shoes. A pair of ballet flats would be very of-the-moment – but perhaps simultaneously a bit too fashionable for this lady? This is why I hate summer: the endless shoe dilemma.
She’s adorable, but would look much better without the side part. It looks like she’s trying too much to look like Audrey Tautou. Yes, she’s gorgeous and looks very French, but I don’t see as much of the French individuality that I usually love here.
Cute, beautifully-dressed, but scratch the surface and careful what you find! In my limited experience with the French, as gorgeous and exotic as they appear, they are masters at overthinking and ‘neurotiquing’ themselves out of happiness.
Anyhow, has anyone ever seen a French film with a happy ending?