Flats are such an easy option for a touch of neon.
Yes, these sandals are by Zara (and on sale).


Peter Pan

(Zara top, H&M jeans, heels from Japan previously seen here)
(Marc by Marc Jacobs watch, knuckle ring by Galeries Lafayette)

Damn, I gave in, I surrendered to the Peter Pan
collar trend. I have a problem with little-girl-like-
easy-cute-stuff and have been staring in distrust
at this Peter Pan thing for quite a while.
That is when the waxed jeans and 
knuckle ring come in, rescuing me from
the girly threat. Hopefully.
Note that I have nothing special against girly 
outfits as long as they do not enter my closet 
and dress others. It would just kind of look weird on me.


Birthday arm

(H&M bangle, Marc by Marc Jacobs watch, Asos bracelet)

Birthday treat for my birthday arm. I can't stop 
contemplating my new favorite watch.


Vintage fashion market photo diary


I feel fairly lucky that we have the Vintage Fashion Market 
(Marché de la Mode Vintage) in Lyon. 
Posting a couple of snapshots to give you an idea of how much 
money you could burn in such a lovely place.


Summer time, baby

Every summer I declare I shall not buy cheap shoes 
ever again. Never ever ever again.
Anybody who's ever spent a whole day with 
uncomfortable heels knows that you end up 
covered with bandages, while in pain 
and therefore short-tempered.
 So this time, fail. Huge fail. 
 I indulged in 30€ wedges, once more.
At Pimkie. This kind of stores where it could be relevant
to ban entrance to ladies over the age of 25 (19?). 
 This somewhat ideal wooden sole/black leather straps combo
 is actually pretty comfy, so I mean, why not. 
Well, because I wore them
three times and I can predict they won't last. 
Damn, must be my birthday coming soon/aging process,
but I really tend to think in terms of durability now.