Today we have a guest blogger at Farmer’s Wife and Mummy. We are entering a competition with La Redoute to capture the secrets of French style.
Given the fact that Boo, even at three, is much more stylish than me, I will hand over to her.
I may only be three but, even in my short time on earth, I believe I know a bit about style and, if you thought you did too, please be so kind as to leave all presumptions you may have at the door.
You see, I am a farm girl. I love getting muddy and jumping up and down in muddy puddles but-this is no excuse for letting yourself go. Even on the farm I try to look stylish and, I think you’ll agree, I pull off the skirt and wellies look off very well.
My biggest tip is accessorise. A lovely bag or a pair of sunglasses can do wonders for your look and, if you insist on still ‘wearing a soother,’ please make sure it’s colour co-ordinated. There really is no excuse for not matching colours up.
Shoes are also a big thing. While I would prefer a heel, my mummy insists I go for the classic flat but please make sure you own a variety of colours-you will be wearing black shoes for the rest of your life.
Did you think double denim was reserved solely for the 1980s? Think again. Done correctly, this look can really impress.
If you think your work out means you can slip into baggy, old clothes, please read on. Whether you go for sport luxe or ballet-chic, you must keep your style up-even when you think no one is watching you.
Like wise, even house work need not be a dowdy chore if you wear the right clothing.
Oh and fabulous French style always starts with a facemask, so please keep your beauty regime up to scratch.
If you feel you would like to move forward with my fabulous tips, please visit La Redoute’s guide to the Secrets of French style.