Thursday, 29 November 2012

jeudi de paris

The girls wanted me to do a fashion blog.  I had to break it to them that supermum wasn't so super, and that they would just have to accept a post on vol de vie.

Getting the girls to wear warm clothes was a challenge.  They want to wear whatever strikes their fancy, and never consider the weather.  I now have Anais look at the weather report every morning and they are a little more conscious of dressing appropriately for the cold.

Towards the end of summer, my friend Ouzrie was here.  See Tea, still in her light summer dress.

Leggings, stockings are making their debut here but shorts and summer skirts still rule the playground.

Tea, impatient to grow up...

Anais in her favourite mustard cardigan.

My cousin Karen was just here recently.  A cold grey day calling for warm boots, and furry jackets.

Keeping warm...a cuddle always helps.

The girls are almost similar in height, and I often get asked if they are twins.  Being so close in age and size means they can share their clothes.  Here Anais has her sister's coat on, but adds her own grey woollen top and a necklace she bought in Africa.

Being fashionable in Paris means having the right accessory. Here Anais has the ultimate: her scooter.

Tea dreams of one day having a horse in her back yard.  For now, she has to pretend that her scooter is one.  Notice how she dresses the part.  She just forgot her cravache (riding whip) today.

Have a good weekend dear friends, see you back here next week!

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