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"On the train, I much prefer a book to a newspaper, and not only because it’s less cumbersome. The paper doesn’t absorb my attention enough and, above all, doesn’t take me sufficiently out of the present."
Six Contes Moraux: 6. L’amour, l’après-midi (1972), dir. Eric Rohmer
Sep 17, 2014 / 217 notes

bellsandforks:

"On the train, I much prefer a book to a newspaper, and not only because it’s less cumbersome. The paper doesn’t absorb my attention enough and, above all, doesn’t take me sufficiently out of the present."

Six Contes Moraux: 6. L’amour, l’après-midi (1972), dir. Eric Rohmer

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Effortless French Style
We envy french women for the je ne sais quois that is so characteristic of French style, the effortless unstudied chic of it: The tangled hair of Vanessa Paradis, the faded jeans of Charlotte Gainsbourg, the masculine shirts and ballet flats of Inès de la Fressange- the least you can say of them is that not one is notable for extravagance. French elegance is untamed, but never excessive.
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Sep 10, 2014 / 243 notes

Effortless French Style

We envy french women for the je ne sais quois that is so characteristic of French style, the effortless unstudied chic of it: The tangled hair of Vanessa Paradis, the faded jeans of Charlotte Gainsbourg, the masculine shirts and ballet flats of Inès de la Fressange- the least you can say of them is that not one is notable for extravagance. French elegance is untamed, but never excessive.

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Sep 8, 2014

shakuhachii said: Your blog is my absolute favorite.

Aww thank you! 

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