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Deciding What to Wear . . . Don’t go to Your Closet

April 29, 2012

Wht Lace Grn

French-Secret of the week:

French women do not copy style, they find inspiration from runways, magazines and from what other women are wearing. However, how they interpret the look is their unique style.


These images are my runway inspirations I love the colors, the mix of patterns and the accessories!


Deciding what I am going to wear each day does not happen in my closet. It happens first with an inspiration, with seeing a look that excites me, a look that I know I can reinterpret and make my own. Then I go to my closet to see how I am going to make it happen.


If you like these looks you have to see the video of the MILLY runway show. Don’t forget these looks are for inspiration . . . enjoy, I did!



I love these blocks of color

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