Sunday Bests // French and Rainy

What a cold and rainy Sunday. It drizzled throughout the whole day like it does in the springtime, but the weather was certainly winter. The good news is – only 36 more days until the first day of spring! I am counting down the days and have made many plans for the forthcoming season!

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Whenever I wear this dress, my younger sister calls me “Veruca Salt” from the movie, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, even though my dress is black and not red, and then I end up singing the song, “I Want It Now!”

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Because I am a tiny bit French, I am always looking out for outfits that could be worn on the streets of Paris. Wearing this outfit makes me wish I lived in France and knew of a large assortment of cute Parisian bistros and bakeries in which to dine. While sitting at a small outdoor table, surveying a lively avenue, and hearing a distant accordion playing, I would be content under a large umbrella with only bread and cheese on my plate.

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Dress // Marshall’s

Tights // Target

Shoes // Payless

Clutch purse // thrifted

Pearl bracelet // Target

Ring // handmade by my brother

Hair-bow // Icing

Fashion glasses // gift

Umbrella // Ikea

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Do you like the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory?

Are rainy or sunny days better?

What do you have planned for springtime?!

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Megan Joy

2 thoughts on “Sunday Bests // French and Rainy

  1. Okay, after you said your sister called you Vercua, I can see the similarity. I am SO glad I am not the only one who wears fashion glasses while writing! Originally, I had a pair, but it broke. So now I have two sets. I like posing them on top of my head, as a headband, when not looking through them. Especially during brainstorming.

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