I think yes. I love braids when they’re done in a cute sexy way. Look at this do, isn’t it really stylish?
So are you a fan of braids?
Montreal is full of interesting and trendy people; I love walking down Mont Royal or St. Denis and admiring the fashion on the street! I spotted this man walking with his family (wife and baby) and their pets: a dog and these two lovely birds perched on his hands! Quite a quaint fashion statement, eh?!
I want to be in her place right now! I like her simple and casual style, the loose t-shirt, the over-sized bag, and above all I love her bicycle!!
I found this photo on a blog that I really like, called From Me To You.
Do you think these would suit the shape of my face? How about the color? I’ve had my eyes on them for a while, but not sure if it’s a good idea to buy colored sunglasses … should I go for black instead?
I guess Spring has indeed arrived! I love cycling!
Cycling makes me feel free yet focused, one of my favorite feelings. When I was young (younger than a teenager), riding my bike was my second nature. I had a dark red bike that was made in Czechoslovakia. I distinctly remember that ‘Made in Czechoslovakia’ sign because I remember that its spelling baffled my mind!
On a side note, I love her jacket!
What is your favorite Spring activity?
I loved the name of this blog (Tales of Endearment) before clicking on it! It’s a beautiful blog, especially if you’re interested in vintage.
What is Starch? Starch is a boutique devoted to young designers in Beirut, Lebanon.
“In collaboration with Lebanon’s universities and arts faculties, a selection of graduating students will be asked to participate in the project by submitting their portfolios. A committee of professionals will then review the portfolios and select four to six young designers each season. The designers will be guided through the process of developing their collections and promoting it, which will then be presented for a period of six months to one year at Starch.” – Starch
If you happen to live in Beirut or are there for a visit, try to pass by teacup and chiffon by Nadine Mezher, a Lebanese fashion designer who opened her own boutique in the heart of Beirut’s downtown area.
here’s a few of my favorite items.