Yes, I’m a bit obsessed with French style I know 🙂 This is How to be Parisian, part 4 (!) and totally inspired by French blogger Jeanne Damas and her fashion label Rouje. I love all of their collections so far and achieving this casual but feminine look will be my fashion goal for spring. (I will probably fail, since working mostly from home has turned me into a lazy dresser).
To get this look: blouse, Rouje – lipstick, MAC – nail polish, Chanel – dry shampoo, Klorane – black bag, Rouje – straw bag ASOS – moisturiser, Bioderma – lip balm, Nuxe – straight leg jeans, Levi’s – espadrilles, Rouje – boots, Rouje
It’s been a while since I’ve made one of these “what I wore” drawings. I finally made time to draw some of my personal spring favorites. I can’t wait to switch the boots for my favorite sandals!
Wearing: top, H&M – earrings, ASOS – necklace, May 21 – jeans, Monki Kimomo – bag, We Ar Vintage – boots, can’t remember! – lipbalm, Maybelline
Seeing all the new spring collections online and in shops, is making me long for spring even more! Also, I’m just tired of my winter wardrobe. So, this week for Hello Giggles, I illustrated how to add some new spring items to your wardrobe right now, without freezing, a.k.a. in-between-weather wardrobe 😉 For the full story and where-to-buy info, just click here.
This is my version of “Meet the Artist”. I don’t share a lot of personal stuff on social media, but this is a way to get to know a little bit more about me. As you can see I love tea (drink it all day, everyday), books, plants, thrift store shopping, making lists and plans, using my favourite art supplies, patchouli perfume and I drink rosé wine even in winter. I don’t like phone calls (I never answer because I panic!) and I hate it when I accidentally mistake my paint-water for my tea…..yuck!