Thursday, July 14, 2011

Happy Bastille Day



Whoops, I completely forgot to write a blog post today. Here's an outfit from before my time off. And that's pretty much all I have to say about it, because I'm off to celebrate Bastille Day. As we do in San Francisco. Vive la France!

Shirt: Promod
Skirt: Asos
Shoes: Michael Kors

12 comments:

Shybiker said...

Now that's a skirt!

Kimberly said...

Love this outfit!!

Megan Mae said...

Fabulous skirt. Love the pops of green from the accessories. Happy Bastille Day.

Healthy and Homemade said...

Beautiful skirt, love the color.

notSupermum said...

I thought the French were the only people to celebrate Bastille Day?!

I have to say I'm disappointed in your outfit. When I saw the title I thought you would be wearing the powdered french wig you considered buying recently. Shame.

Patti @ NotDeadYet Style said...

Ah, oui! I have to echo Shybiker: that's a skirt! Beautiful look, Audi.

Shybiker said...

Is there an echo in here? :)

Sheila said...

Love that long skirt! Wow!

Happy Bastille Day!

Audi said...

notSupermum: We seem to have appropriated the holiday over here, but it certainly isn't widespread. San Francisco is a very francophilic city. We also like any excuse to get dressed up and go out.

And I know, I know -- I did think of wearing the wig, only we were headed to a Jazz Age-themed event, so you'll see my flapper outfit in a few days. I am cooking up an outfit for the wig though!

Secret Squirrel said...

I celebrated it too! (am in UK, no link to France except a healthy interest in the French Revolution). I went out last night to a comedy evening in red,white, and bue - complete with red netted fascinator, and had to keep explaining my outfit!

Your skirt is lovely. Zut alors!

Scary Closet said...

I can not WAIT to see the wig-inspired outfit! Will there be pocket hoops? Please? Because that would be awesome! And a FAN - because who doesn't love a good fan?

Mia said...

Wow, that skirt makes you look incredibly tall! Floor-length skinny-pleated skirts always make me think of the Japanese female yanki look (which, of course I can't find any examples), but the bright color makes it look more summery and fun and less "I'm a ruffian schoolgirl."