My favorite fashion destination in Quebec City Les Signatures Quebecoises threw a Xmas party – and a rosé chic celebration it was. The store showcases local Canadian fashion designers. The trendy destination is on one the hypest streets in town, Saint Joseph.
What a cavalcade of electric blues. The second outfit is so me.
The fashion blogger in action. I opted for turquoise accents.
So cute these fur babies. Pouches and bags to keep you and your valued ones cozy.
Check out Marie-Josee Bergeron style. Chic and shock as I like it. Just the right dose of biker attitude… with champagne.
Here on the right the talented Marie-Josee and her creations.
This lace wonder caught my eye. Sexy as we like it here on Susu Paris Chic.
Marie-Josee Bergeron’s fashion show. A superb treat.
See, rosé was flowing… What “it girl” wouldn’t like that? And yes, we are all “it girls”.
This feather baby was tweeting out so hard… An uber chic handbag.
Last time at the spring party I won a Kärv tunic. I have loved it enormously. Check out more here.
Ralph Leroy in front of his collection. Check it out here. A sexy play of colors, materials and the flow of fabric… or of life. This was the second time I met the charmer and he does know how to make a woman feel like a lady.
Thank you so much for the invite! It was an exquisite moment of little pink pleasures.
Boston is a real tea party place. I like the NYC-kind East Coast vibes – but with a higher sense of security and sophistication. I followed the Red Trail that takes you to all historical sights. I shopped some snazzy shoes and popped in at Mike’s, a famous Italian pastry shop. Picture below with the Sweets and the sweet.
With my chic travel companion Caroline. She joined the Mike’s goodie box carrying crowd.
Notice the canoli wide smile.
Lots of yummies at the indoor market place Quincy Market.
Refreshing times, away from the everyday hurdles with some dear friends.
Forever 21 jacket, Limite sweater, Zara pants,
Les Signatures Quebecoises organized a fashion sale. This was my third participation in the event and this year there was clearly the best trendy vibe in the air. Here are my faves…
I fell for earmuffs from Luna Furs. It’s amazing how warm they keep your whole head. As if you wore a hat. I skate away at the Central Square. And, I’ve been nicknamed Princess Leila.
Look at the chic top we found with my newest friend-in-town Elodie. I love hanging out with this girl. We connect in so many ways, so easily. I met Elodie thru my dear friend Sarah in Paris. Connections, those sweet little links… that end up changing our everyday life to something even more dulcet.
I also bought these feather-stone earrings from Rose Nanane. I had been looking for something black to fit my outfits – since it is always a good collecting color. These jewels have a refined and light feel to them.
Elodie and I found this leather trench so trendy, an extra love point for the shoulder studs.
So this was my fashion blast from the Big Pear – Quebec City! It’s not the Big Apple, but juicy alike. And trendy, too. Plus when you are a fashionista here, you get so much attention. It gives me my daily kick!
The temps are chilling down. I wanted to post this blast of color to remember summertime fashions and doings. First Marimekko in Finland.
The Eiffel Tower, my love, in July.
Dolce and Gabbana Fall Winter 2013
Yoga by the river.
French treats. Can never go wrong.
Ottawa art museum.
Red is a powerful color. Let its vibrancy bounce you to places, now this fall season more than ever.
Forever 21 top
The Walking Dead series inspired zombie walk came in town. It was a rocky ride as they dragged their tortured bodies across the city.
Happy harvest times ya’ll. I savored some delish red wine in excellent company. Then muched on sweet potato fries and crowned the Irish pub evening with a salmon salad. Until we hurried up to our apartment for some more fun conversation and tea. The night flew away. That’s what good friends do to you!
NYC top, Forever 21 skirt, TJMax boots
White is on the tapestry for this fall/winter season. And why not. Just like faux fur was last summer’s fashion tantrum, so to speak. I find it charmingly postmodern to shake up age old conventions. Bringing in that forbidden element. Kinda like this mini skirt that’s made of tiny plastic squares. When it wear it to ordinary daytime activities – the chic-shock effect that you know I so cherish – is usually sure to follow.
I see Camée jewelry getting bigger all around. I used to find it old-fashioned and a bit stuffy, but somehow my mind shifted. I inherited this brooch from my French mom-in-law. Such a precious keepsake.
Smile is your best accessory – never forget.
Jackie O chic.
You can see every day of your life as a show that you’re starring. You’re valuable. You create. Big or small, but you do. Every single day. This world would not be the same without you. You matter to me. And to many. Store that in your heart.
“You know that feeling when the shoes just lift your self-confidence… and you become the princess, for that moment.”
I miss dancing ballet. This is what I recently realized as I was standing next to a ballerina statue, mimicking its gorgeous pose. So, I’m coming up with an idea as in how to find a place to train. First by myself, and then… who knows. I don’t know if you know, but I did study ballet teaching way back pink-roses-when.
EuroDiff top, Forever 21 skirt, Globo pumps