{une sensation de brûlure}

by Lisi on February 6, 2013

in fashion,just because,me

2 {une sensation de brûlure}Do with this what you will, but lately I’ve been feeling French.  I don’t speak a word of the language, never visited the country, but I’m very much into soft, unfussed hair, lacy undergarments, skinny jeans with booties, top knots and posing lackadaisically {for instagram, mainly}.  LOVE these grey jeans {a la every French editor} with black suede booties.  Also, the attitude: nonchalant, chic, non-caring.  It seems really hard for me to do because I’m chalant and care SO much most of the time, but I’m practicing.  Here’s some inspo from my new favorite tumblr, French Voguettes

ps: I googled the French translation for my English post title and giggle a little at the way it translated.  Does anyone know what this title means?  And bonus points to anyone who knows who’s in photo #2.

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french voguettes pretty {une sensation de brûlure}

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As for the lack of posts in the recent months…I’m working on a blogging schedule that can work for me.  As most of you know, I’m a full-time mom to a busy toddler and can no longer post everyday.  That being said, I’d like to post 1-2x a week.  I do hope you’ll come back for these updates, I love your company!

ps: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DADDY!

He watches GIRLS and Downton Abbey as religiously as I do.  Love you!!

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Marta February 6, 2013 at 8:43 am

“I’ve been feeling French”, you mean you’ve been feeling chic? J’adore :)

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Vicki Archer February 6, 2013 at 8:49 am

I adore everything French too, they seem to have got their style just right haven’t they?… xv

http://vickiarcher.com

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Kristin February 6, 2013 at 2:18 pm

I can definitely see you right at home tooling around Paris! And I’d love to see pics of you with said bun! :)

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Susan February 10, 2013 at 8:54 pm

No french at all but I’ll love to know! Looks a bit like Uma Thurman in #2

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Zora February 11, 2013 at 2:51 am

“Une sensation de brûlure” = a burning sensation
I don’t know if that mean something in English :-)
It’s like if something burn you. But to translate this sentence it would be easier to know the context of the text.
I speak french, understand English but don’t talk very good English, also I don’t know if you understand what I mean ;-)

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timmyzula February 12, 2013 at 5:33 am

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