Flâneuse 

  This outfit is one of my favorite combinations. It’s simple yet classic and most importantly, it’s comfortable and easy to move in. 

  
I’ve been inspired by the French language lately (well, always) and this outfit immediately brought one word to mind: Flâneuse. This is a noun derived from the verb flâner which doesn’t have a direct translation to English but most closely means “to walk without a particular end goal; to enjoy the act of wandering”. The word Flâneuse, of course describes a (female) person who enjoys this activity of wandering aimlessly and appreciating the scenery. 

  
The casual, loose sweater and boyfriend-cut jeans in my outfit fit this wandering vibe perfectly, and of course are topped of by my favorite ankle boots and a vintage hat for sun protection. Hope you enjoy! 

   
    
   

Photographer: Yessika Mármol (follow her on Instagram at @yeix)

Wearing: Zara Sweater | Brandy Melville Top | 7 for all Mankind Jeans | Sandro Boots | Vintage Hat | Vintage Bag | Forever21 Choker 



De retour: le foulard!

 The skinny scarf! Officially known as a foulard, this accessory is definitely one of my favorite trends this season. Pictured above, the foulard is traditionally a square piece of silk (think Hermès) or lightweight fabric which is either tied around the neck to make a scarf, or can be worn on the head as a type of headband.  Made famous by classic it girls like Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn, it’s a timeless piece that can easily add flair and accentuate any look. Continue reading