Friday, February 21, 2020

A Leopard Look Dissected

leopard looks, french girl style, San Francisco, City girl style, Parisian style, Camel coat, coach pumps, Bailey 44
leopard looks, french girl style, San Francisco, City girl style, Parisian style, Camel coat, coach pumps, Bailey 44
leopard looks, french girl style, San Francisco, City girl style, Parisian style, Camel coat, coach pumps
leopard looks, french girl style, San Francisco, City girl style, Parisian style, Camel coat
leopard looks, french girl style, San Francisco, City girl style, Parisian style


Well, we made it to Friday and almost the end of the month (again), didn't we? It's only just hit me that we are in a Leap Year, and we get an extra day this February. It's so strange, and I'm hoping to do something extra fun to celebrate this unexpected day in my calendar. 

This outfit is one of my favorite feminine looks to date. I've been wearing the coat nonstop, and it gets all the looks. This leopard top has a retro elegance and easy wearability that I can easily pair with denim or dress up. This black and white leopard slip skirt is a favorite when I don't know what to wear - it's perfect for an interview, a date, a day out in the city, I can go on and on. Long story short different leopard prints still work together. So get out of your comfort zone with style and try this matching look.

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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

TvF for DVF

TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style
TVF for DVF, DVF, spring style, Miista boots, chic French girl style



This little number here is a TVF by DVF dress and while that may sound a bit commercially it is, in fact, a brand born from one of the greatest brands in fashion -- the Diane von Furstenburg. The designer is none other than DVF's eldest granddaughter, Talita von Furstenburg, hence the TVF bit. 

While Talita insists DVF stayed out of the design process she says she used all she learned from her grandmother to bring this vision to life. 

I for one am a huge fan of the youthful, flirty and very wearable line. The collections mostly neutral palette feels like your enveloped in a big breath of Spring air (which is exactly what it's like to be around the genious that is DVF), or a holiday in the Scottish countryside. I love that the price point is lower than DVF, making me want to pick up a few pieces and almost feels like I'm getting DVF at a discount. 

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