Paris, Palm Beach, Ponies, Funroe, and Pinterest. Ok, and some antiques.

My favourite things: Pink, Paris, and Louis Vuitton. God I sound so…WASP-y

I have been home for about a month now, and I am here for another one because I am going to Mardi Gras!! (more on that later)  I am starting to feel ready to go back to Paris. However, I had some fun in my little town today. There is the great street full of little boutiques and antiques stores. I spent the morning walking around with my brother. He eventually had to go to work, but I stayed to look around. I really wanted to buy some home decor things, but I know things like that will take up valuable space in my suit case! I ended up just getting a colorful scarf for Parisian winters, and some books. Here are some pictures of my town’s Antique Alley:

Its sooo Main Street USA
I think this would be a good spot for a photo shoot. I wouldnt be suprised if it used for that. Notice the blue sky because its been pouring ice/sleet/rain for the past week!
ITS COMING!! window of the costume shop
I thought this was a cool idea for a fountain!

I want, no NEED this gold bracelet I found.
I dont know what this is, but I loved that I found random tagging in Funroe just like in Francia!!

BONUS!!! Remember that vineyard in Funroe? Well, my mom drove me out to look at it. I actually had some of their wine over Christmas. It was like a red muscato..interesting!

Its not very big, but cute nonetheless.
Its no rolling hills of Nappa, but I think its nice to support local things.

 I am really missing ponies at the moment. I have not ridden consistently since my first year in France. It is hard to fine a barn when you dont have a car, and live in a city. I have a book that I bought a while ago that tells you where to ride in Paris. Finding a barn is going to be one of the first things I do when I go back.  I would ride at home, but my old barn does not do lessons anymore. Plus, it was like one of 3 hunter/ jumper barns in the area. My only other option is to go to a…… very interetsing bar where my first beloved horse, Oakley, died. For obvious reasons, I will never go back there again. Sometimes, I just want to move to Palm Beach/ Wellington, and live a life of luxury living in Lilly Pulitzer, and riding horses all day.

Lilly herself!
After working at the moose store for 5 years, it is hard not to imagine life as a Bruce Weber photo shoot complete with pretty people and horses!
Kate Upton for Vogue Germany January 2013 – Bruce Weber
This is a Lilly horse pillow on Etsy I saw on some blog! I cannot find the designer though…
Equestrian Realty in Wellington. Check please!

Ok, so I was so against joining Pinterest because it was just another thing that would suck up my time. As it turns out, it actually has not. It is a great place to look for style inspiration or for travel! Here are some of my favorite pictures at the moment:

(p.s. I can’t be bothered to source them, but you can link back to my page (

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I love Caapprrii so much. It is soooo beautiful. I have not been in a couple of years since Christmas of 2010!
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This is 1988 cover! I think it looks so fresh, and even modern. I wish they went back to their roots sometimes…
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Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco for Gucci’s new equestrian line. The girl is in line for the Monegasque crown, rides in grand prixs, and now is supplied with a lifetime of designer riding equipment. Some people just have it all!
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This is actually my own picture taken while “sailing” in Santorini hahaha
This is just sooo southern Italian and vintage. It screams easy and care-free glamour to me.
How can you not think this city is the most beautiful in the world? I will be Parisian once again soon enough.
How can you not think this city is the most beautiful in the world?

Alllllrriight, I think I am going to need to do a Polyvore/ Italian and Parisian post soon. However, I just know that I will overload on it once I am abroad! I cannot wait to be Parisian once again.


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