Oh, the Parisian shop windows!!! This dress is a creation of Karl (Lagerfeld) I guess.
Chanel, evidemment. Tres joli. Thank you for making us dream, Genie. Veronique aka French Girl in Seattle
And your pictures is very good!
Cette jeune femme est comme toi, Genie, elle semble rêver à Paris avec beaucoup d'enthousiasme. Toi, tu es la meilleure de nos ambassadrices, et je vais demander à notre ministre de la Culture de penser à toi pour la prochaine distribution des médailles de Légion d'Honneur.Au nom de la France, MERCI!
hmmm -- and the thoughts on her mind -- where am i going tonight *sigh!
Beautiful photo. Woody Allen could have used this photo for Midnight in Paris. Cute film; did you see it?
Gorgeous glimpses of the Paris street Genie and btw love, that dress, very 'roaring twenties' ra! ra!
J'aime toujours beaucoup ces reflets...Belle journée,Pierrehttp://pierre-boyer.blogspot.com/
Lovely picture and lovely dress, a photo to dream with when the rain is falling down here....
Fabuleuse cette robe!bonne journée Genie.
I would wear it most definitely. Pretty how the building is reflected as well. Love architecture. Have a wonderful day ~ xox Alexandra
Excellent and interesting photo Genie. You make Paris seem even more wonderful than it is!
Très chic! Love the toppled chair!V
Beautiful. Just the thing to see before fall comes--beautiful, beautiful tweed!
What a little rebel she is, standing there, hands on hips in her beautiful dress having just kicked over the chairs in a fit of pique.
This photo gives new meaning to that expression 'shake a tail feather', n'est-ce pas?
The best sum up for this shopping street!!
What a great shot!
Terrific capture and SO French! Does look like a shopping street paradise! Love your composition! Hope you have a lovely evening, mon amie! Enjoy!HugsSylvia
Seems like an iconic Parisian moment.
ah what a lovely window
Interesting furniture arrangement.
The French really know how to dress a window. That is a gorgeous dress. That's what I'd call "strike a pose"!Your gift was mailed yesterday and you should have it early next week.Have a great weekend.Kris
This picture an reflection is so hard to accomplish when you try. Your a genius behind the camera. I love this picture even more that I love the dress.
Love this shot. I have always liked an artful reflection :-) Looks like she kicked the furniture over in frustration, body language, hands on hips...
Fantastic...so many layers to see.
The body language of the "model" was nice!
Elle a la tête dans les nuages, la petite dame ; elle voit la vie en bleu ! :DNice work on that picture, Genie : Paris Couture has no secret for you !
Printemps, c´est top!AmitiésElisa, en Argentine
One of my favourite ways of looking at the world, reflected in a shop window. And what a view on the Parisian world this one provides! From street glimpses to a peek at a fit of Parisienne pique to a fashion statement in tweed and feathers.Excellent find.
Ah, Genie, you would look great in this dress! Did it come in a size 2? A fine reflection today. Have a grand weekend. I will be trying to hide from Irene.
That dress looks a bit warm right now with our 96+ weather. I saw that you talked about the Musée Grévin in your last post. That makes me nostalgic. My mom used to take me there very often when I was growing up. They had “the enchanted forest” where you would stand in the dark and lights would go on the trees land make terrible noise like thunder – I was terrified but would always want to go there. Then they had a magic show and flea trainers. It was always a treat to go there – we lived walking distance from it – so long ago.
So much to love here, not to mention the dress. Very pretty, Genie!
Not to forget the cane back chair........ iconic....... all oh so French!
Awesome reflection! The window display and the reflections go together very nicely!
What fun it would be to wear that dress (with that figure!) at a festive"do" in Paris!
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