Flare

laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf flair jeans7I had never lived long enough to witness a trend come-back. But here I am today, picturing myself aging and being old enough to say the “it used to be very popural back in time” type of sentence.

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Pictures by: Perrine

Asos sandals and hat / Subdued jeans / Zara bodysuit / Christian Louboutin bag

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5 thoughts on “Flare

  1. Trop canon avec ce look, ce jean flare te va vraiment super bien !!!! Je suis fan, et en plus j’adore te lire car tu me fais bosser mon anglais, haha ! Moi aussi je me rappelle de cette époque de jeunesse (ça file un coup de vieux de dire ça!!) où on ne jurait que par les “pattes d’éph”, le mien était éfiloché en bas avec un dragon brodé sur le bas de la jambe droite hahaha

    • Tant mieux si je te fais réviser l’anglais lol moi ça m’aide à progresser de l’utiliser sur mon blog !
      Ha ha je vois qu’on est de la même génération “pattes d’eph” avec des dragons chinois partout mdr

  2. Le look est canon ! J’ai un jean comme ça qui traine dans mon placard depuis 2/3 ans, je vais peut être le sortir finalement haha !

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