The Long Dress

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Summer is fast approaching, and I’ve been buying dresses for my Maui vacation. I started buying dresses since last summer to be honest, so that I can wear them with leggings/tights and my booties. But we have been stuck-at-home and they are all stored away in my closet.

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My summer dresses are black or olive green, in linen or cotton, but I’ve been dreaming of color and patterns, especially pink.

Soller – Courtesy of

Here is a selection of beautiful dresses, can you guess which one I recently ordered? I love the new Chufy+Mango collection, the dresses are boho-chic. Sofia Sanchez de Betak makes dressing for summer easy-breezy.

Another designer that I discovered recently thanks to my friend @milogalistener is Maria de la Orden. I’m in-love with the Bombay Dress in pink.

Ajaccio Dress Aztec – Courtesy of
Bombay Dress Pink – Courtesy of
Puff-Sleeve Ruffle-Trim Midi Dress – Courtesy of

Another designer is Kika Vargas, her dresses are unique and simply gorgeous. I love the fact that her clothing is forgiving and that one can dress-it-up or wear it more casual. Below is the Puff-Sleeve Ruffle-Trim Midi Dress, my heart skipped a beat when I saw it. The next dress was available @matchesfashion and @shopbop , but it may have sold out.

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Then of course my tried-true place for dresses and other wardrobe staples. For all dresses.

Gathered Maxi Dress
Linen Shirt Dress

Here’s to The Long Dress…..


Express Facelift Cream $129.99

I’ve never used Botox, I never had to. Recently I’ve noticed my skin getting a little less plump, and a few minor lines on my forehead, really minor though, still not enough to need Botox, but enough to bother me.

I turned to a few tried-and-true items in my arsenal and added a new one by Glo24. Their Express Non-Surgical Anti-Aging Facelift Cream is infused with 24k Gold, Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamins A,C & E. I can honestly say that those little lines on my forehead are gone. My forehead is as smooth as a babies bottom, don’t you just love products like that? I know I do. Now, this isn’t a replacement for Botox, but it can assist if you’re in-between appointments or stranded on a desert island. Or if like me, you have minor little lines you want to get rid of. Just remember to pat it on the troubled spots.


Other favorites of mine are Mineral 89 from Vichy, a face moisturizer infused with natural origin hyaluronic acid and 15 minerals of Rich Vichy Volcanic Water that strengthens and repairs the skins water barrier. Skin literally stays plump and hydrated.

Lumene Moisture Booster, Artic Aqua $25

Another favorite that I discovered years ago is Lumene’s Moisture Booster, Artic Aqua. This is for all skin types like the other two mentioned and it’s advanced gel formula improves your skin instantly. I remember when I first started using this, a very handsome Parisian touched my skin and asked me how I kept my skin so plump, I should have been offended, but I wasn’t. He was cute and his accent melted my heart.

Lumene has other products that are part of the same Artic Aqua collection, as this one is hard to find.

Here’s to plumper skin and getting rid of pesky laugh-lines, etc.

That’s a Wrap

Courtesy of Margo Baridon

I own so many shawls and ponchos, in various colors, and now there are so many new temptations. Like this new hybrid by Margo Baridon, you can wear it over anything and add jewelry like Olivia Palermo in a photo by Diego @Collagevintage2.

Courtesy by Margo Baridon

Discovering new brands also makes it harder to stay within a budget, the only thing holding me back is size matter, or the idea of styling my wraps/shawls differently. I am going to have to experiment before investing in these gorgeous finds.

Diego @Collagevintage2 – Olivia Palermo, March 17, 2018

I’m also in-love with the new Cashmere Shawl Scarf by Vince.

$295 –
$295 –
Courtesy of Margo Baridon

Now, I just have to practice and see if I can pull-it-off. Here’s to wrapping things up.

Style Profile: Christa D’Souza, Journalist, London, England

Courtesy of Christa D’Souza
Courtesy of Christa D’Souza

I have several Icons, but they are not fashion related, what I find iconic is a good journalist, and Christa needs no introduction, if you’re into beauty, fashion, and wellness then you know who she is. I look forward to reading her articles in British Vogue, W Magazine and especially enjoyed her articles for Net-a-Porter. Her writing transports you, with humor, reminding you not to take yourself too seriously. You also walk away hopeful, feeling that you too can be chic in that non-pretentious way.

Camille Cottin – Elle France

Christa writes for several publications and is modest, one would have to Google her to know more, you would find out that she’s The Hon. Christa D’ Souza, a down-to-earth journalist that graciously agreed to let me interview her.

Camille Cottin

In-between writing and taking care of her family she found time to answer a few questions.
Thames Wharf
Rainville Rd, London W6 9HA
+44 (0)20 7386 4200

Fashion Icon: Camille Cottin from Call My Agent. You have to ask why? That nose, those jackets, that innate Parisienne-ness. For someone to say they thought you were French for me is the highest compliment.

Favorite Restaurant: The River Cafe, London. Not original, its everybody’s favorite restaurant but I suppose mostly (asides from the food)  because of its extraordinary owner Ruthie Rogers. Come to think of it, she’s a bit of a style icon. too.

Last book read: “A Swim in A Pond in the rain” by George Saunders. If you want to learn to write properly this is as good a place as any to start.

Last item purchased before the pandemic: A membership at a communal office….


If you could live in any piece of clothing, what would it be: My Nili Lotan Shon Pants which I have about five pairs of in different colors. She makes the best cut carpenter/boyfriend/khaki silhouette. Perfect for the Pandemic. I lived in them with my Birkenstock sheepskin clogs, Stanley tool belt and an American Vintage flannel shirt. In fact wearing the look today.

Current Beauty Routine: Algenist cleanser. Medik8 retinol cream. Skinceuticals Ferric Acid serum. Doctor Perricone  tinted moisturizer with 30spf.

Beauty Black Book: Dr. Suha Kersh at 23MD Medical & Cosmetic Skin Clinic, 23 Elystan St., London SW3 3NT, for botox, filler and this new treatment called Morpheus which I am trying tomorrow. Dr. Kersh is great because she believes less is more. 

Plans for after the pandemic: Doing almost exactly the same as I did during the Pandemic. That is, writing lots and hardly going out at all.
Courtesy of Christa D’Souza
Courtesy of Christa D’Souza

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To follow on Instagram @Christadsouza

The NEW 7-Day Beauty Ritual

After reading Jane Druker’s interview on, I had to order The Firming Concentrate from 111Skin. I have older skin, yes I can admit it and it’s not in bad shape, but a 7 day beauty ritual I can handle and I’m super excited about improving the condition of my skin.

I was torn between the Firming Concentrate and The Radiance Concentrate, but I mean I have enough in my beauty arsenal to give myself glowing skin or fake glowing skin. Although I would rather not fake it, it’s nice to know that I can in a pinch.

The Hydration Concentrate and The Clarity Concentrate are rituals you would take on vacation, because the cold or hot weather would dehydrate your skin or create havoc by causing a breakout. You just never know how your skin is going to behave, I’m known to travel with a lot of skincare.

The Y Theorem Concentrate is a ritual you would want to use every 3 to 6 months, life has a way of causing stress and you will want to repair and strengthen your skin. Personally I am all about firming my skin at the moment, and bit the bullet.

For more

The Summer Hat

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Let’s face it, we are all dreaming of summer vacations, dreaming of beaches, out in the sun where we can watch the ocean waves crash against the rocks, leaving our masks behind.

My sister and I are planning our September vacation, Maui is our destination with summer hats on our minds.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

I ordered a black summer hat, a replica of an Audrey Hepburn hat, but my sister say’s I should order a neutral hat as the black will attract the heat. Now I am looking at Lorna Murray hats, they are gorgeous, and made ethically.

Lorna Murray is a sustainable Australian brand, so you’ll feel good about your purchase. Lorna Murray is sold online and at specific retailers, so check out those hotel boutiques because you might get lucky. The colors are gorgeous and she makes swimsuits, tote bags, children’s hats and so much more.

The Café by Mabel Frances Layng 1924

Sustainable and ethical luxury fashion, handcrafted using traditional artisanal techniques and natural fibers, where effortless style meets coastal bohemian
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I love that Lorna Murray hats are easily packable, and individually made, the attention to craftmanship is obvious and the hats are breathable and biodegradable, so they won’t harm the planet. Why not look chic poolside or out jet-skiing, maybe even swimming in the infinity pool.

Here’s to Lavas at 10am.

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The Controversial Sneaker

Photo @la_bugia_bianca & @millicent_endcott

Some people are boycotting New Balance over misinformation, New Balance does not support bigotry, racism or hate in any form, yet people believe that because New Balance donated money to the Trump Campaign, that they must support hate in all it’s forms. All companies donate money to both Democrats and Republican’s, New Balance is not the only company that has done so in the last or previous elections.

 990v5 $184.99

That means that we can wear our New Balance without feeling guilt. I tend to wear mine and just ordered another pair this morning.

New Balance has seen an increase in sales in 2020 and used to be dubbed the orthopedic shoe, but times have changed and they are now considered chic. They have been seen on the streets of Paris and San Francisco, Italy, you name it, New Balance is a classic that isn’t going away.

Looking at these photos I would say it’s

Photo @losangelinainparis

For more Parisian Street Fashion @LosAngelinainparis

New in Beauty Now

Typology is a French Skincare brand I recently started using, and I noticed that my pores are minimized. Typology is a natural, effective and sustainable skincare brand that delivers on it’s promise. First you fill-in the questionnaire to diagnose your skin, and then your personalized skincare regimen is recommended and the results are healthier looking skin. I also love the smell of the products and the packaging, your skin and bathroom and the environment are going to love you. It took me several days to see a difference, but I recommend a few weeks, results vary.

I am such a sucker when it comes to pretty packaging. I love Olivia Palermo’s new beauty collection and recently ordered Rosebud, a lipstick in the most gorgeous packaging I’ve ever seen. According to insiders, a personal favorite of hers.


I know, Red Lipstick is my signature, but a neutral with a heavy-eye is what is required if we want balance.

I once read an interview that Iman gave and she said that all women should wear a bronzer and even though I have many I had to order Victoria Beckham’s New Matte Bronzing Brick, in 01. I just loved her video and love that her beauty line is clean beauty and that this bronzer is refillable, genius.

Matte Bronzing Brick $58



The first thing I notice about a person, believe it or not isn’t their personal style, or what jewelry they’re wearing. I notice their skin, and whether it’s clean or not. I notice sunspots, even skin-tone or if their skin looks dehydrated. Before diving into this blog, I wrote purely about beauty, mainly skincare.

PUMPKIN ENZYME MASK $67 @inyourfaceskincare
Rare Earth Deep Pore Minimizing Cleansing Clay Mask $38

Before the pandemic, I was masking every other day, I use all sorts of masks, my preference is purification masks as clean skin is important to me. Those types of masks come in all variations, I mainly relied on mud masks. But after an enzyme peel mask, I relied on a soothing mask that infused hydration by Bel’Océane . To give yourself an at-home-facial, you require a mud mask, an exfoliation mask, my preference is to use something organic and good for you like the Pumpkin Enzyme Mask from In Your Face Skincare, and then a hydration mask, because after removing dirt and dead skin you need to add hydration back in to your skin.

These are the masks I tend to use, they are effective and budget friendly. Masking-up is an excuse to lay-down and take a break, just don’t fall asleep wearing a mud mask or exfoliating mask.

Here’s to running around with clean skin!

Style Profile: Lucia Gómez, Jewelry Designer, Lucia G, Barcelona

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Discovering Lucia’s jewelry is like discovering the holy grail. Her pieces are gorgeous, which makes owning a piece of her jewelry an ultimate status symbol. Her pieces are handmade, and you can commission pieces from her selection of beads and other materials. She basically sells though her instagram page, but I’m hoping to entice her for a visit in-person once the pandemic is long and gone. She’s currently working on a website, stay tuned.

Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona

She’s been busy designing but found time to answer a few questions.


Fashion Icon: The truth is that I don’t have one defined fashion icon, I have quite a big potpourri of people I admire. I like to look at what’s different and the details of each one, and often it’s not so much what they wear in terms of pieces, but what they show with their fashion and personality. Even so, if I had to choose one, it wouldn’t be from the fashion sector, but the great actress Cate Blanchett, I’m amazed by her way of being elegant at all times and with everything she wears.

Can Vallés- Carrer, Abrago, 95, 08015, Barcelona

Favorite Restaurant: In Barcelona, my city, I choose Can Vallés, a restaurant that at first sight may not seem very attractive, as it is tiny and has the aesthetics of a typical bar here in Spain, but the food… unbeatable. This is my top recommendation if you’re visiting Barcelona and want to try authentic, traditional Spanish Mediterranean food with a modern twist. The only downside is that they rarely have a table, and the waiting lists are months long, so I guess that’s not a bad sign either.

@United Nude

Last item of clothing purchased before the pandemic: A pair of black and lilac platform sandals from United Nude; comfortable, versatile, and with a good design, basically the characteristics that I prioritize in any fashion-related purchase, and that I also apply to the designs of my pieces.   


Last book read: I recently watched the two seasons of “My Brilliant Friend” on HBO and loved it, and when I found out that the story came from a series of books of the same name by Elena Ferrante, I couldn’t resist and bought the whole series – I’m about to finish the third one.

Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona

How do you find inspiration, your jewelry is stunning: 50% in my clients and 50% in my environment. The clients are a big part of the essence of my brand and have a great influence on my creations, as I always deal with them on a one-to-one basis and I like to leave a margin in my commissioned pieces so that they can express their personality and tastes. The other half of my inspiration comes automatically from rummaging around and finding material that I have stored in my atelier, material that I collect from travels, antique shops, decoration shops, etc.

Beauty Routine: I have very delicate and combination skin, so I take a lot of care with my routine. It consists of make-up remover with oil (at night), cleansing gel, serum (vitamin C / acids or retinol), moisturizer, and SPF (in the morning). In terms of products, I’m always changing but they usually range from pharmacy products to my own dermatologist’s brand, I’m currently trying some from The Ordinary and I’m quite happy with them. Even so, my best routine is not a product, but a habit that I adopted a long time ago, and that is not to sunbathe too much, I am not exposed to the sun for more than 15 minutes, especially on my face, and I always use my favorite sunscreen ISDIN Water Fusion SPF 50. Both in summer and winter (less so), I use facial self-tanners, there are wonderful ones that leave a very healthy tone and don’t leave patches, such as Tan-Luxe The Face.

Plans for after the pandemic: A trip with my two sisters and my mother anywhere. 

Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona
Courtesy of Lucia G, Barcelona

By the way, just so that if you plan to make a purchase while in Barcelona, Lucia G is well-known for her cuffs. To follow Lucia G @luciag_barcelona. Here’s to running around chic…..

Made in Paris during Confinement: “La Pluie Paris” Soy Handcrafted Scented Candles

Courtesy of Cindy Lucas

Paris is still on confinement, and since the distribution of the vaccine is so slow, businesses are still closed in Paris and all of France, so on social media as I was searching for new local scented candles, I came across Yagmur Erester Kozimor…

Tagmar Erester – Courtesy of Cindy Lucas

She is a recent Parisienne who moved from Turkey with her Polish husband and she began her Vegan Soy candle business from home to compensate financially. We connected and I couldn’t help but want to support, because I’m all about sisterhood and supporting our local artists. She also described them as being fruitful and very calming Zen, I was intrigued.

Cactus Flower and Jade Scented candle by La Pluie Paris

Yagmur was delivering candles herself and I was able to ask her a few questions about opening up a business in Paris during confinement.

What inspired you to start your “La Pluie Paris” candle business now:

I moved here just before the confinement last year to finish my French courses on “Care and Spa”, but since the pandemic and the all the closures and restrictions, I was going through hard times. I started making candles as a hobby, and my friends encouraged me to make a business of it, my husband also was supportive because our apartment was always smelling so good, so then it began. I never thought about starting my own business, it’s a new adventure in another country, that was the biggest step.

How do you like Paris:

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I like Paris. In the winter, I hate it, it’s so dark and the cold weather, the short days in winter, sad vibes, I’m from Turkey where its sunny.

Tell me about your candles.

They are 100% Hand crafted Soy candles, Paraban-Free, CLP Classification packaging. I design every label, It’s all just one person, moi and now I’m trying to promote through social media, circle of friends and FB groups like how I met you, I got good feedback from that group. I’m also adding aromatherapy and crystals to the collection

Courtesy of La Pluie Paris

Tell me about those delicious sounding scents:

I have to two collections, The Core Collection and the Spring Collection which includes, Ocean Blossom, Jade and Plumera, so floral, Cactus Flower and Jade has more of a green flower scent. The Core collection consists of scents like “Musk clean” to a “clean laundry” scent, Citrus and sweet fruits, everyone can find something according to their tastes, so I try to keep it funky and different. My new scents are Marshmallow + Fire and Black Raspberry + Vanilla.

Courtesy of La Pluie Paris

Here’s to enjoying “La Pluie” as candles during this rainy Spring day in Paris . Thanks Yagmur, she’s running around Chic in Paris.

Tagmar Erester, founder of La Pluie Paris

You can find her on her social media platforms on FB/ lapluieparis, on Instagram @lapluie_paris and at her eshop

Written by Cindy Lucas



Night-Table Reading

I’ve started reading various books, ordered some and haven’t finished anything I’ve started, but my intention is to read at least 10 books this year. I ordered the Joan Didion because someone once said that if you haven’t read Joan Didion that they wouldn’t want to talk to you.

The Ghost Stories of M.R. James was recommended by Mr. Mortimer’s Wife, this is also part of my 10 books for the year, in reality 10 is nothing, I used to read more than that. Seems finding time to be alone when your older isn’t as easy as my childhood summers were. I remember filling up a bowel with apples, laying on my bed and reading the whole day away, reading two books a weekend. There are so many books I wish were on audio, oh well.

Super Genes by Deepak Chopra, M.D and Rudolph H. Tanzi, PH.D. is highly recommended, my friend @Pau.feltrin said that this book was an eye opener, definitely my top 10 for the year.

Here’s to running around chic and well-read….

Pearls Are Everywhere

Courtesy of @Bobby.dazzler.Jewellery

Pearls are unique, they are the only gem created from a living organism, they don’t require cutting or polishing, they are beautiful as they are and have been a favorite for centuries, all around the world. I started wearing a single strand of pearls to bed after watching Sex & the City, Carry inspired me to also wear pink and grey. I even bought a little fur capelet that belonged to a lady named Hazel.

I was sad when I learned that I looked better in pearls than I did in diamonds, I almost cried. But alas, I am a pearl gal. It must be my coloring, and lord knows that doesn’t stop me from wearing diamonds.

I’ve been branching out and bought another pair of pearl earrings, this time dangling earrings which I have yet to wear, and I am contemplating making another purchase, just haven’t been pushed over the edge yet.

When I look at these photos I find inspiration, so maybe, just maybe I’ll buy another pair of pearl earrings or necklace.


I love how Bobby layers her necklaces, she’s also a collector and seller of antique treasures @Bobby.dazzler.Jewellery. Wearing layered necklaces is a more modern approach, but wearing them like they did in the 1800’s is also beautiful.

Courtesy of @Bobby.dazzler.Jewellery
Courtesy of @Bobby.dazzler.Jewellery
Portrait de Madame Moitessier, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1851, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
May 1, 1843: Wedding of Adeline Helbert (1825-1892) 

Here’s to single strands, double strands and triple strands, to pearls.

Style Profile: Kathy Kemp, Designer, Owner of ANNA Made in NYC

Anne Reinking
Courtesy of Kathy Kemp

The ANNA made in nyc shop is not only a destination for locals, but for tourists and celebrities’ alike. Kathy Kemp is modest, during our instant messaging and emails she never once mentioned that she has a celebrity clientele, I would have figured it out, but it took several emails to find out that she designed costumes for Mikhail Baryshnikov and more research to find out that she’s been given a lot of kudos from the fashion industry, and it’s well deserved.

Anne Reinking

Her designs are beautiful, dresses and blouses, jumpsuits, skirts, bottoms, you name it are designed with flare. Kathy is also well-versed in the best shops and restaurants in New York, you’re going to want to visit on your next trip to the Big Apple.

Kathy, in-between designing and running her shop found time to answer a few questions.

Fashion Icon: Anne Reinking, like many I’ve been watching lots of tv and I recently finished Fosse/ Verdin I came away from it inspired by New York City all over again and loving the look of bodysuits worn with no pants. I’m not a sweat suit person and I’ve always been inspired by dance costumes (I’ve designed many, even for Baryshnikov) and the creative personal style of many dancers. The skin tight black (often with sparkle) bodysuits worn with everything from boots, ballet flats, to heels felt new again. Nobody did that look better than Anne Reinking.

Kathy with Baryshnikov , Courtesy of Kathy Kemp

Last piece of clothing purchased before the pandemic: Last thing I bought is the most amazing Aline black scalloped lace vintage dress lined with nude fabric. Bought at my favorite vintage shop, Three Turtle Doves in Woodstock NY. Traditional 60s cut makes it comfortable enough for every day wear. I feel so Queen’s Gambit every time I wear it.

THREE TURTLE DOVES: 62 B Tinker Street, Woodstock, New York 12498

Last book read: I Become You by Tom Hughes. It’s about a telepathic sheep. Also just recently reread A Little History of the World by Ernst Gombrich. It’s the story of human development globally told in a very Kiplingesque voice. So comforting.

Takahachi – 85 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009

Favorite restaurant:
Takahachi on Avenue A. It’s blocks from my store and my apartment. Always beautiful sushi, and always so much fun, I always bump into someone I know there.

Beauty Routine: When it comes to beauty I like to keep it simple. Love skinceuticals C and E Ferulic and could not live without Skin Food by Weleda.

Actress and dancer Elsie Altmann-Loos, 1922 by Madame d’Ora
Photo by Madame d’Ora

The red lipstick from the Neu Museum is amazing. It’s inspired by 1900 Vienna and the texture and shade are perfect.

Renée Frances Jewelry- Coliseum Cuff $330

Item you never leave the house without: I don’t leave home without my Renee Frances Circle Cuff, I even wear it on the beach. It finishes every outfit without overdoing it and pulls me together without overdoing it.

People watching: I’ve always been fascinated by the way people see themselves and put themselves together. I’m lucky to have a very creative community at ANNA, it’s lots of fun experimenting in the store. It’s inspiring to see how other people incorporate the ANNA into their own lives. I’m really starting to get into prints, my friend Rebecca Kaye Eppenstein and I have started making some of our own prints at ANNA Print Shop.

Courtesy of Kathy Kemp
Courtesy of Kathy Kemp
Courtesy of Kathy Kemp
Courtesy of Kathy Kemp
Courtesy of Kathy Kemp

Yes, ANNA is definitely on my destinations list, as well as Kathy’s other recommendations.

Here’s to running around chic – to follow Kathy Kemp @annanycstore


Clothing for Women, Made in NYC since 1995
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Courtesy of Kathy Kemp

Adult Hair Accessories

The Bow – Courtesy of Ella Gorbo, Monaco
La Belle Époque – Courtesy of Ella Gorbo, Monaco

Wearing a banana clip has been considered the worst of the 80’s, and wearing a bow is considered to be too girlie, but ladies wearing a hair clip from Alexandre de Paris or The Bow from Ella Gorbo is like accepting the scrunchie from Slip. I literally run around in my Slip scrunchie, and own several Alexandre de Paris hair clips.

Jardin de Rose – Courtesy of Ella Gorbo, Monaco
Blossom Romance – Courtesy of Ella Gorbo, Monaco

One day I will own The Bow, that’s the only way to describe the beauty that is Ella Gorbo. The Bow is so beautiful, it reminds one of cake frosting, I just want to gobble it up, absorbing it’s beauty.

I remember my first time in Paris, running into Le Bon Marché, looking for the hair accessories department and feasting on Alexandre de Paris, the sales lady directed me to a sale table where I swooped up every piece, never mind that the colors were not my usual, I figured I would somehow make them work and I did. My sisters and I since, go back when in Paris, as far as to visit the shop on Saint Germain. The selection is different and purchasing Alexandre de Paris in the states is more expensive due to the sales tax.
La Rose Rouge- Courtesy of Ella Gorbo Monaco
Leo – Courtesy of Ella Gorbo Monaco

Ladies, the banana clip and wearing a bow isn’t just for teens or little girls. Here’s to wearing adult hair accessories while running around chic.