I suppose it’s only fitting for me to give in to a little bit of a French cliché. Jean Seberg in the 1960s Godard film À bout de souffle being major style inspiration for me as she is, I’ll always draw on the striped top and a-line silhouette. Add in some embellished flats and pops of red and I’m good to go! (And maybe some Jacques Brel or Juliette Gréco should be mixed in as well.) It’s ever the cliché, but it’s what sounds lovely. So why not? Black, white and red will always be a signature with me – nothing resonates more, for some reason. Should one be worried when red becomes a neutral?
Because it’s always a good idea to start your day with Pink Martini (the band, but if your thoughts went to the cocktail I won’t judge!) and since it’s been on my mind lately, here’s a little video I love. Embrace that lovely little French cliché. Fellow Francophiles, enjoy.
Sag Harbor Skirt | R2 Flats | Sephora by OPI “And a Cherry on Top” Nail Polish