Thursday, 14 September 2017

La vie en Rouje


As you’ve probably noticed on my Instagram or my previous post on influencers (here), I’ve been smitten by Jeanne Damas for more than a year now. Her fashion sense and lifestyle in Paris have became an obvious stream of inspiration to me. There is just something about them - maybe the fact than she seems able to recreate a Paris from the 70s than doesn’t exist anymore, enhancing the idea of a perfect city exuding la joie de vivre à la française, wine and trips to Bretagne included - I can’t help but feeling drawn to what she wants to share through Rouje, the brand she launched not so long ago. Ah yes. Her perfectly-tousled bed hair and insouciant sophistication.

So when a friend of mine let me know there was a collaboration project going on between her and My Little Box (officially confirmed on her Instagram story) I didn’t think about it twice, also because I had already experienced two boxes I was happy about (you can read about what I thought of them and learn more about the concept of the boxes here and here). I ordered the September special edition as a flash. As September is also my birthday month, the box came as a gift to myself and fortunately I was very satisfied with the content of it. 
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Thursday, 24 August 2017

5 Instagram Influencers You Should Know

Instagram has for long been my favourite social media. I can't hide the fact that I am fond of esthetics and photography so Instagram is both the best place to express myself and a great one to find inspiration. Talking about inspiration, I have noticed that I keep coming back to my favourite accounts whenever I want to get inspired or simply to put myself in the mood to shoot nice pictures. People and bloggers I follow don't necessarily have the same style however I find that this diversity makes this social media more interesting ; so here are my favourite influencers for you to indulge in! 

Christie Tyler | @nycbambi


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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Little Ordinary Moments of Happiness


Last November I walked into a Roman library to purchase a book I could improve my Italian with. It had to be relatively short, not too complicated to understand and of course I had to be captivated from what I read on the back cover. He recommended Momenti di Trascurabile Felicità by Francesco Piccolo, and got me convinced. As soon as I perused the first words along its pages I became completely smitten; I knew it was the kind of book you wish you’d never finish because it is this good
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