Friday, October 11, 2013

Must be a French girl



2012 Oct 9 Tuesday_8DSC_9340


Rue St Honoré


Stylish (but practical) boots 
Short pencil skirt with black tights
Vented raincoat with a flounce
Understated flat leather purse
Coordinated scarf


...and, a peppy cadence in her gait


perhaps not, but I think that she
...must be a French girl



Rue St. Honoré
75001, Paris
 

17 comments:

M said...

Bien sur! Love the ruffled raincoat!

Sylvia K said...

Ah, without a doubt!!!

Randy said...

Nice looking raincoat.

Starman said...

:)






Tamera said...

Head to to perfection, yes, must be a French girl! (Note to self: must have that coat.)

Cezar and Léia said...

I like her style! :)
Léia

Our photos said...

The photo is beautiful!
Greetings, RW & SK

Shell Sherree said...

It's a beautiful coat ~ very feminine! Bon weekend, dear Genie.

Peter Olson said...

I think there is a 99% chance that you are right! :-)

Jeanie said...

I'll be you are spot-on!

French Girl in Seattle said...

... or a pretty girl who has lived in Paris for a long time :-) I love this shot, Genie. So Parisian, with the girl and the surroundings. That made me homesick. Hope all is well with you. I still visit your blog but don't have much time to leave comments anymore. Things have been hectic here this fall. Hugs to you, Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Alexa said...

I'll bet she is—and I want that imperméable too! Bon weekend, Genie --

Sketchbook Wandering said...

I enjoyed your fashion narration, Genie. She looks determined & confident!

Jack said...

That raincoat is pretty special, Genie. All business and all femininity at the same time.

Cheri said...

When I saw this shot I wondered if the people who live in Paris know how lucky they are to walk around that city every day. Beautiful.

daisydeplume said...

Hi, I'd like to invite you to a Treasure Hunt at the Louvre (what my company, THATLou, stands for) on either the night of 30 Oct (theme: Death, for Halloween / La Toussaint) or afternoon of Sat 30 Nov (theme: Food + Wine), but I don't see a contact form/button on your site. I apologise for leaving a message on your blog this way. If you'd like to join, my email is daisydeplume@gmail.com. Kind regards, Daisy PS/ I'm fascinated with the rabbit table at Marche St Quentin.

Louise said...

I love her coat and boots.