White Mesh with Myca Couture Jewellery

March 28, 2014

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Hey everyone

Siiiiigh, it feels so good to finally being able to wear an all white outfit. I've just been so much in the mood for it lately and with a new Spring season at our doorstep, how can I possibly choose not too? I love to make sure there is a bit of texture going on in an all white look, so that's why I chose this mesh sweater for a dash of "trendy allure". Make sure you check out the Myca Couture jewellery which I am absolutely obsessed with.

Classy and elegant you don't need much more then just a few pieces and as of lately I am feeling more and more attracted to minimalism when it comes to jewellery pieces.  It could be a phase and I might be stacking a few bracelets again in the future but right now, this will be the look am going for.What do you think? Lots of jewellery vs minimal jewellery? Isn't it fun how our own style continuously evolves and changes?

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I was wearing: Royalty Cuff Bracelet: Myca Couture:  here Top: Lady store Amsterdam (Local Boutique) Skinny jeans and Heels: Zara, Lipstick: Mac, Cream Sheen Fan Fare, Nailpolish: Essie, color: Blanc

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Thanks for reading lovelies!

Much love and enjoy a beautiful weekend!

Tamara Chloé

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Let's Talk Paris

March 26, 2014

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Hey everyone 

Paris is such a breathtaking city, how can anyone not be in awe while being here? On a sunny Sunday afternoon I strolled around and just basically shot pictures of everything that caught my eye. Always being in front of the camera on this blog it sure is fun to share some images with you when I'm actually behind it for a change. Can you imagine why I want to move to this city later this year? Paris breathes decadence, classic elegance, and an enormous amount of beauty that just takes your breath away.

And the food? Well when in Paris you should defnitely try the: roasted duck breast with berries. at Restaurant: Kong.  The best cream pastries I have ever tasted at: Odette. The flavours: pistache, chocolate and café are amongst my favorites. Stop by for great tasting chocolates at Michel Cluizel on Rue Saint-Honoré and if you are looking for an amazing sandwich, check out Cosi for some crispy and light foccacias in Saint-Germain-Des-Pres. I tried the Ricotta and walnuts and it was absolutely delicious!

Hope you enjoy my Paris impressions here!


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I was wearing: Moto Jacket: Toxic, Necklace: Zara, Shirt: Avanti, Lipstick: Chanel Rouge Allure

10 fun facts about Parisians:

1: Despite the rumours about the French not wanting to speak English, Parisians especially the young people know how to speak English véry well!

2: The French usually eat their diner very late which is great because you'll be able to eat a full diner in most  fancy restaurants way past midnight.

3: Parisians have a name of being rude and not very warm to strangers, well I've noticed Parisians are very polite and even extremely kind once the ice is broken. Breaking the ice is easy just by greeting them in French. A simple "Bonjour Madame" will do the trick. French sales people detest visitors who won't greet them when entering and leaving their store. To them politeness is a must! Despite the fact they love to complain about the over enthusiastic tourists, Parisians actually dó like foreigners visiting their city which they are noticeably very proud of.  Just make sure you acknowledge them and they are as nice as can be!

4: Parisians looove to complain and they love to complain wíth you!  About the weather, politics, bad traffic you name it. Just join in on the complaining and you've made your self a new friend in no time.

5: Parisians talk loud while dining. It's almost yelling when they get into heated discusssions about politics, Justin Bieber, books or movies. Name a subject and they love to disagree with each other, At first I thought a group of friends were arguing, but then finding out this is their way of conversing with eachother over a good bottle of wine and having a perfectly fun night. It's actually fun to watch them like this.

6: I love how Parisians take their time while enjoying their food. Two hour lunches over a good conversation is thé thing to do when meeting friends in Paris.

7: Parisians love to smoke and you better not tell them not too.They will find ways to smoke anywhere, anytime even despite freezing temperatures. Snow? Who cares, they will sit outside and smoke at a cafe terrace even if it's the last thing they do.

8: Besides being the fashion capital of the world, the regular Parisian loves to dress "casual-chic" and nothing too over the top. Wearing bright colors in winter will make everyone stare at you like you are an alien from outer space.

9: Parisians walk very fast in their overcrowded streets!  An easy paced stroll is difficult just by trying to avoid not banging into a rushed Parisian trying to get to their destination, It seriously is a way of going left, right, left to make sure to stay safe on the pedestrian area and not ending up being pushed aside hard!  Luckily I am a pretty fast walker myself, but being a tourist you want to pause and enjoy the views, but can sometimes be nearly impossible without getting in the way of nearly anyone lol.  The best time to go for a slow stroll is on a rainy Sunday when most stores are actually closed. The stores on Avenue Des Champs Élysée's are open on Sundays and yes again véry crowded, then again the crowd is mostly tourists, so they do tend to walk a lot slower.

10: Parisians love to "stare" and when you stare back at them by sheer irritation, they will keep on staring at you without turning away in embarrassment. The only thing you can do is deal with it and make yourself look like u love the attention even though you are not.

11: Last but not least, most Parisians speak English véeeeery well, Yes I know, I already mentioned that, but I love them for it! 

Oui oui, j'adore Paris!

Thanks for reading everyone and make sure you enjoy a great day.

With love Tamara Chloé

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Eiffel On My Tote

March 20, 2014

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Hey everyone 

It is officially spring!!! 

Yes, yes, yes finally! What else can I do then celebrating it by wearing bright colors and enjoy the beautiful blossoming  spring flowers all around us......

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I was wearing: Skirt: Daphnea, Jacket: L'olive Verfe, Shirt: H&M, Boots: Sergio Todzi: Tote Bag: small boutique in Paris, Scarf: Noom Boutique Amsterdam

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Having spent an amazing time in Paris for a while, how can I not love this fun tote bag I scored at a small boutique in Montmartre the artistic neighborhood of Paris a few weeks ago? This is definitely my way of carrying a little bit of Paris with me where ever I go! Like I promised in my new years resolutions, I will be doing quite some traveling this year. The next upcoming trip will be to my "home town" Los Angeles for work and some serious play next month and when I get back I will be in Amsterdam for three days before I will head out to Ibiza for a sun filled beach vacay! In between planning some trips, I am seriously contemplating moving to Paris for a few months some time later this year. This city has pulled me onto a  huge fluffly pink cloud of being absolutely in love with it. To me everything in Paris is just magical. dreamy, elegant and so, so, soooo romantic. I have lived in London and half of my adult life in Los Angeles, so I'm used to exploring new places and right now I am in need for some changes in my life, new surroundings in a city that makes me smile. Don't we all love to be somewhere where we can feel that rush of energy when waking up? Do you -like me- dream of living in a completely new place from time to time? Sometimes we just need to go ahead and make our dreams come true by simply just make it happen and start living them. What do you think?

With love and thanks so much for reading everyone!

Tamara Chloé

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