I was not excited for this day to come, but here we are: I am leaving Seattle after one wonderful year. It is such a beautiful city, with the sea, the lakes, the mountains, a paradize for all hipsters with a bohemian spirit. And I am not even mentionning the vintage shops with Prada & Chanel bags and pumps for $20! For a first American experience, I could not expect better! I am sad because I tried my best to stay, but no one can fight the severe US immigration laws. Though I am sure a big part of my life is there now, and I know I will go back to Seattle sooner than later.
Anyways, this is a new page in the book of my life : I am back to France, and happy to meet again my friends, the French baguette and the stinky cheese. John is with me, we hope he will get a “Carte de Séjour” and be able to stay and work. We always think of the romantic side to be a Franco-American couple, and it is! But when it comes to living in the same country, that’s another story! But for now, I am focusing on finding a new job, and this is exciting!
Look at this awesome flashy purple color! I have named this smoothie “Atomic Purple”!
Did you guess which ingredient hides behind this color?
It is the“Dragon Fruit”, also named “Pitaya”, a weird fruit with a kiwi flavor and a super bright pink color. My parents live in French Guyana, we just gather in France and they brought these with them. As soon as I saw it, I was yelling and excited (I am happy easily!).
As you can guess: I just came back from Las Vegas, and it was sparkly and excessive, in other words: totally awesome. To honor the famous “Flamingo hotel”, one of the first to settle on the Las Vegas “Strip”, I want to offer you these flamingo toppers to print. You just need to print them on sticker paper, cut them carefully and put them on a stick.
I added a few pictures of the trip. I did an international star caprice to adopt a pink flamingo from the tropical garden but the hotel staff called security.
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Today I would like to celebrate the roaring twenties with this sparkly headband inspired by the movie The Great Gatsby. In this movie, I loved the style of Carey Mulligan, and I absolutely wanted to steal her accessories. My passion for the twenties is not new: remember this vidéo we made to invite our guests to our Roaring Twenties new year party?
Anyways: I literally fell in love with this headband from Antropologie. Then I wondered “shouldn’t I make it myself?” So below, you will learn how to make a 20’s headband from a necklace!
Thanks to Elsa for the pics. We took them in the old center of Seattle, near Pioneer Square, the favorite place for homeless people. By the way, they loved our outfits!
See you soon, and thank you for all your nice comments :)