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EN NOIR ET BLANC

Mind on viimasel ajal kimbutanud hirmus suur igatsus Pariisi järele. Montmartre’i väikesed tänavad, hommikused järjekorrad boulangerie’de ees, õhtud restoranide ja kohvikute esistel terrassidel, külluslikud juustuvaagnad, maailma kõige ilusam keel, suurlinnale omased tuled, mis öö jooksul kordagi ei uinu.. ja vein, vein, vein. Küllap on selles “süüdi” ka see, et seal kaks aastat tagasi just pimedal sügishooajal käisin, ning seetõttu kipun juba teist sügist järjest muudkui punase veini järele haarama. Et ikka oleks “nagu Pariisis”. Ja nii jõuab sellise meeleoluga postitus ka siia blogisse, kus teevad kaasa nii Prantsuse disainerid, Pariisi Vogue’i kaanefotode kogumik, “veiniudused” pildid kui ka pisike mõte, et äkki on aeg üheks lennureisiks jälle küps.

I’ve been seriously missing Paris lately. The small streets of Montmartre, these long queues in front of the boulangeries, the evenings on the restaurant terraces, the amazing cheese platters, the most beautiful language in the world, the city lights that never sleep… and wine, wine, wine. I probably have autumn to blame here, because my last visit to Paris was exactly two years ago in autumn, and so for the second year in a row, as soon as the nights get a little darker, I immediately feel the need to drink some red wine.. so that it would be at least a little like Paris. And so I put together a blog post that perfectly captures my current mood, together with French designers, the covers of Paris Vogue, “wine blurry” photos, and a little thought that perhaps it’s time to step on a plane again.

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Wearing: jacket – Balmain x H&M / scarf – Isabel Marant pour H&M / earrings – H&M / boots – ASOS

Wine: Barton & Guestier

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