Fashion, decoration, restaurants, hotels, museums, well-being, this pocket-size book contains, like a treasure box, Ines de la Fressange’s confidential. La Parisienne book french version. Découvrez-vite! With her long-time friend Sophie Gachet, Ines de la Fressange reveals all of her Parisian secrets, addresses. Le chic Parisien selon Ines de la Fressange. Découvrez l’univers de la Parisienne, son style, son art de vivre. Retrouvez les collections de prêt-à-porter, souliers.
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Ines de fressang Fressange couldn’t decide if ‘Parisian Chic’ was a fashion guide or a travel guide! If you’re looking for some truly way of parisian lifestyle, this is a kind of book. Which subsequently helped me realize I’m not interested in looking like a modern Parisian girl–but that’s a different topic!
So it looks likes Ines is failing to make proselytes of her own countrywomen.
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Aug 20, Dierregi rated it did not like it Shelves: Basically, it is Parisian inspired style Lucky Magazine calls “gamine. I love the look of Parisian style and feel that it fits my personality better than most other looks out there. This book is very inspiring. By the way, thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak about it!
Dec 16, Annette Cass rated it it was ok Shelves: To ask other readers questions pzrisienne Parisian Chicplease sign up.
Ines comes with credentials–she knows her fashion, but it is the charming presentation and great ideas that sell parixienne book.
Or a navy sweater with white jeans. You can pick this up in any magazine, and hopefully the magazine will also have a slightly less biased o I stumbled upon this guide in the travel section of my library. It truly is a little french friend to motivate and inspire. Literally the entire second half of the book is filled w Oh this was so frustrating.
May 27, Darci Doodle rated it it was ok. Anybody who visited Paris probably noticed that most French women do not look like Ines, but are as sloppy and badly mannered as the rest of us.
Still only 2 stars Well, I can come back home in peace now! I can look to Ines’ advice for any occasion. It’s a fun way to fuel the daydreams.
And–of course–the little black dress.
Want to Read Currently Parisienne Read. Give your scalp a break. Though I wish they could have been of interest, I am not in Paris and unfortunately I’m not visiting soon.
A lot of the advice also seemed a little wild, and was less useful or practical than I was expecting.
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She suggests wearing two of something, two necklaces, two scarves. There are countless examples I could give that made me want to shake my head in utter frustration, but I will refrain from filling out the next 12 pages.
The other enjoyable aspects were t This was a nice light read al I garnered several unexpected and useful bits. Secondly, mix and match luxury items with inexpensive items and keep visiting the youth sections of clothing stores.
I just found this book at my grandmother’s house. Probably would work as a type of travel guide for people wondering about some interesting places fressanhe visit in Paris.
I found the model to be a bit used.
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It’s aestethically pleasing and nice to look at on your coffee table so you can flip through it every once in awhile, but it is just not for me. I loved it that this book is wholly dedicated to one style where as other books in this genre have sections on bohemian, rock and roller, minimalist sty This book is very inspiring.
As mentioned by other reviewers, perhaps two-thirds of the book are devoted to Parisian addresses where to shop, eat, drink and being seentherefore useless for anybody who does not live there – or even for people who visit only occasionally, like me. The photos have achievable examples and I loved the addition of favorite stores, brands, beauty products, hotels, restaurants and stuff to do with kids Cute little touch. However, when you love fashion and clothing, it is for your entire life!
I dislike blue and the only time I bought a trench I lived to regret it, as it does not suit my lifestyle. Un simpatico insieme di suggerimenti per fare proprio il famoso “stile parigino”, alcuni sono davvero utili e simpatici, altri un po’ strani.
Being a model is incredibly exciting when and if you are successful. I agreed with some of it: But there is a synergy between all of them. So, the addresses then. It’s a short quick read. Although some of Ines’ ideas about style are laughable “wear a parka over a little chiffon dress” and the majority are just ho-hum every woman should have a perfect pair of jeans It is not meant to be encyclopedic.
I will also wear white jeans in the fall with a navy sweater, and I will continue to covet that classic Burberry trench.