The sky was usually grey and the streets were unusually empty. However, a Chinese meal on a New Years day wasn't such an original idea as the place was packed.
As for me, I was unusually jolly and wore my usual number (you have seen a very similar one HERE) that in my view, persistently reminds me of a 'french exchange student', because it's a rather plain ensemble with a touch of oh-la-la in a form of little details- my bright scarf, knitted gloves and a little handbag with strong lines... I really enjoy carrying a tiny handbag with me while I can. It's a lovely feeling to swing your little bag in one hand and hold the hat on your head with the other when the gust of wind blows or when you suddenly need to speed up. Makes me feel very feminine indeed.
I was charmed by this church during the walk to a fromagerie and a book store... that were both CLOSED. Sleepy Hollow?
This is the top that I wore underneath; it was one of my Christmas presents.
I was wearing:
- Vintage Hudson handbag
- Manoush sweater
- Paige denim trousers
- Russell and Bromley boots
- Fullcircle coat
-Scarf bought in Argentina
I was also charmed by my clever fashion student friend's argyle vest... Lately I grew tired of them, but this is such a cool twist, don't you think? I think I might try to replicate...