Clivage

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I don’t think I had ever physically exposed myself so much on the blog (I mean appart from my travel posts which are a different context). So let’s talk morphology for a minute: I used to complain about my lack of breast volume when I was younger (why are we so mean to each others at school gym?) but fortunately for me, girls like Alexa Chung and Charlotte Gainsbourg turned this feature in a trend.

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Since then I don’t really care about my baby boobs and allow myself to wear deep clivage pieces without looking tacky (well, I hope so). This black dress is a good example and forces me to embody (relevant term here) my femininity and see it as a supplementary accessory in my outfit. It was actually my friend Meryl’s one and she sold it for 1€ at the end of our bloggers sale before leaving for the United States since she needed to get rid of everything. I complemented the look with my go-to kaki hat and the Nasongo suede paper-bag for a brighter touch. I won’t be so active on the blog for the upcoming days since my exams are coming but won’t disappear I swear ;) Bisous.

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Pictures by Elodie Puechon

Asos boots / Vintage dress / Nasongo Atelier bag / Hat from a local store

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14 thoughts on “Clivage

  1. you look beautiful! the black dress and bag are so chic :) good luck with exams!!
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