I hope this gives you the chance to know her better, and to make you adore the brand as much as I do.
Salut les copains!
Il est temps pour moi de poster un second portrait. Cette fois-ci ce sera une demoiselle, créatrice de la marque Lorafolk que j’adore. Est-ce que vous vous souvenez de l’inauguration de sa boutique à Paris? (Voir ce post aussi)
J’espère que ceci vous donnera la chance de mieux faire sa connaissance, et d’adorer ce qu’elle fait autant que moi.
This outfit is a mix between Brittany and Paris, as I bought this dress in England and wanted to wear and over and over again. I love the open back and the cheerfull colors.
What do you think about it? Thanks for your comments!
Les photos de cette tenue sont un mélange entre la Bretagne et Paris, puique j’ai acheté cette robe en Angleterre, et que je ne pouvais plus m’en séparer J’adore le dos nu et les jolies couleurs.
Qu’est ce que vous en pensez? Merci pour vos p’tits commentaires!
I am back on the blogosphere (finally) after a few days without a computer or internet.
So let’s go on with our 2 week roadtrip through France and England with our second day in Paris.
We were enjoying the hot weather at its fullest and went shopping and walking through the city all after noon long with some great company. We were so happy to run into some great friends and spending the day with them!
We went to “Le marché des enfants rouge” in le Marais, which is a mix of different markets from several nationalities where you can spent a nice sunday eating French food as well as a good morrocan couscous. I really recommend it when you are fed up with the city and need a calm and unexpected place.
Then we enjoyed some coffe in that same area, since everything is open on sundays as well there. You can do some shopping and have a great brunch. Plus it’s very chic. A tad snobish sometimes (well it’s Paris) but very nice.
The only negative thing about this afternoon, was (as always) the unpolite and unfriendly people. They seem to think that smiling and beeing welcoming is overrated. Well it’s not, and it’s really annoying having to change a location just because the waitress pisses you off. I was really disappointed, especially since I am French and this is probably the first thing tourists think as well when they visit this (other than that) wonderfull city. This is still a point to improve
Well here are some photos of that day.
Stay tuned for a great change of location tomorrow!
Enjoy your Friday!
I feel so relaxed and happy to be on holidays! Here are some pictures of our first day in Paris. We didn’t have time to take as many pictures as I wanted since the day was so busy runing from one place to another one.
We still made some good shopping for things we cannot find in Munich and had a little tour in the greatest Hermès store ever!
The summer also feel to have finally arrived, so…can’t complain!
Second day: Shopping in le Marais, drinks with friends on a terrace and apéro in a parc in the evening. Can’t wait!
See you tomorrow!