Chateaux chic dress code: casual spring break in the South of France.
Chateaux chic dress code:
The dress code is pretty casual here, (not sweat pant slovenly casual, more like tres chic comfort jeans casual) still – it Takes thought & effort to look quite so effortless! The trick is to dress like a really good version of myself on holiday, rather than try to copy the chic Parisians. I usually get my colour palette inspiration by looking at the interiors, the landscape and the light.
Easy colour palettes: soft blues, and pale greys. Shapes are Loose but well fitting, grey linen top and powder blue scarf, accented with a ‘good’ tan/gold bag.
The great thing about train travel, is that one arrives refreshed, none of that post flight grogginess. It’s still early season, but it’s nice to get here before the crowds arrive.
A sweet glass of wine was waiting for us with a little brioche, the best Ive ever tasted, then onwards for some seafood…
the Real life fashion series was added by popular demand to showcase real life outfits I wear for London life. – check out the other life fashion posts, wearable clothes in situ.
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