I don’t even remember if I brushed my hair yesterday before going out. My hair are such in a mess! Look like I am just out the bed. Finally, it reflects my current mood. I am more relax with this kind of thing since I have my baby!
Petite, Feminist & So What?
I am Petite and Feminist. I am for parity! I am completely outraged that women earn less than men, when both have equivalent degrees and positions. Every year, les Glorieuses (feminist Newsletter) calculate the moment where French women are working for free for their employees because of women and men wages differences. This year, it is the 6th November at 3.35 pm. Last year it was the 3rd November at 11.44 am (we have won 3 days…Only) Les Glorieuses has also estimated that parity will be reached in 2234 (no comments)!
I was very happy to fall on this “Feminist” tee at Undiz. It only sells homewear and underwear but the tee’s quality is correct and you can perfectly go out with it (not transparents at all).
Pink & Burgundy
I find that pink and burgundy are two colors which match very well together. For the rest of the outfit, black and white are necessary. Avoid to mix too many colors all together!
The pink skirt comes from Zara kids (it also exists in yellow mustard and burgundy). It’s very trendy with its curduroy fabric. I like it very much but I would have preferred it more high waist and a little longer also.
Fashion advice for petites
We love button tabs when we are a petite women. So wearing button skirts is great! Don’t forget to put your tee/top inside your skirt to mark the waist. Then wear an open jacket to add verticality to the outfit.
Have a lovely week, Xxx.
Top Shop Petite blazer (old) / Undiz tee, XS (new co) / Zara kids skirt, reference 2949/702, 11-12 years (new co) / Balaboosté earrings (new co) / Polène bag, numéro n°1 trio bordeaux grainé (new co) / Bararisme Paris bracelets (here and here)
Photos : Paris