19 Jul



– First and foremost, throw away uptight.

– Of course, own one of everything in black, plus know the fashionable color of the season, and have it in your wardrobe too

– Dare to wear red gloves.

– Stuff your pockets with confidence in your beauty, walk knowing you are worth a billion dollars.

– Wear matching sexy lingerie, no basic white undergarments.

– Ditch the tennis shoes and socks.

– Have a “day” perfume and an “evening” perfume, make it your calling card.

– Dress for the occasion, wear leather pants to the grocery store, and always have champagne in your refrigerator.

– Celebrate your femininity, breasts are more than two lumps.

– Add a twist to the ordinary: Jeans, lace top, leopard print high heels. Do not be afraid to express yourself.

– Sit straight, hold your head up, guard your tongue, and admire other women.


The scarf thing, if you cannot tie it without stress, just unbutton another button and call it a day.


Since signing up for French classes, I have been obsessed with all things related to the word French and not limited to French bulldogs either. The other night I even found myself listening to French music while googling “French fashion”. Total French overload.

When I came across this list of rules- “How To Dress Like A French Woman”, I was immediately inspired. I glanced down at my t-shirt and jeans and thought…these French woman are putting me to shame. They really take it up a notch. So, I have decided I am going to follow their lead and do the same. Considering I am 354 days away from being 30, I think it’s about time I did. Hell, you may even find me cooking dinner while wearing a dress by the end of this year. Yesterday was a bad start though- I spent the day in yoga pants with my hair in a ponytail. Today…I am going to dress for the day! By the time I arrive at 30 I will have mastered this list “How To Dress Like A French Woman”! Especially, this whole day/evening perfume thing. That one sounds rather important.


“A women who doesn’t wear perfume has no future.”

Coco Chanel


3 Responses to “354”

  1. G & G July 19, 2011 at 9:14 am #

    Nous t’adorons beaucoup !

  2. alison July 19, 2011 at 6:29 pm #

    I feel like you may need to post a picture of you in a “french” inspired outfit.

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