Chic lavande

Chic lavender

Provence, South of France. Immense fields of lavender spreading around their unique, fresh perfume. Captured into natural oils or dried blossoms, that perfume can last for years into a drawer full of linen and bath towels. To me, lavender has always been the scent of my grand-mother super-white and richly embroidered linen, hanging in the courtyard to dry in the sun. For those who have been in Provence, that scent is the scent of the whole region. For those who dream of going there, sooner or later, the only chance to breathe a bit of the local atmosphere and poetry is buying a lavender-scented little ‘something’.

But take care, there are a lot of imitations and ‘fake French lavender’ around.

For those who like to paint their nails with this mysterious and elegant color, there’s the Kiko Nail Lacquer in the shade #337 Periwinkle Violet.

The Pupa Princess Palette will give beauty queens and princesses that sophisticated lavender touch on the eyes that looks elegant and extremely beautiful on everybody.

For a glam detail, try a lavender bracelet.


About Alessia

Communication consultant, PR, beauty and food blogger, marathon runner, not in this order
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5 Responses to Chic lavande

  1. avibrantday says:

    Beautifully rich in detail post, Alessia!

    • Alessia says:

      Hi Jacqueline, thanks! I love details, you know, sometimes I spend long times to stare at places and situations…it inspires my mind… 🙂

      • avibrantday says:

        That’s beautiful. I enjoy doing that, too. Life has been too busy for too long. I’m looking forward to the end of the year and taking my boards so that life at a more livable pace can begin again. Your images made for wonderful reading!

  2. bowsandblush says:

    beautiful colour! xx

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