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
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I’m back from a sun-filled winter break on Fuerteventura, where I met many lovely people. Among them where Margot & Youna, two real Parisian girls. They were só stylish and cool that I just had to draw them! I know this is already my 3rd Parisian-themed illustration, but hey: pourquoi pas?
This is my second illustration inspired by How To Be Parisian (wherever you are). After finishing the book I felt like drawing another recap. I’ve also been practicing my French for about a month now (Oui oui, très bien!) See you next time!
PS. I have signed prints available of this illustration and many more in my Etsy shop.
This illustration was inspired by the book How to be Parisian, wherever you are, and by the style of some of my favorite French fashion bloggers. Like everyone else, I secretly want to be Parisian too!
Here’s this week’s column for Hello Giggles. An illustrated guide to stealing a bit of the French girl’s lifestyle
Signed prints available on my Etsy.