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 G said...

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

Healthy and Homemade said...

Beautiful skirt, love the color.

Jean 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."