Wednesday, March 18, 2015

How low can you go ?

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger

pardonmyobsession, zara, chanel, céline, summer, streetstyle, fashion blogger




Coat // Manteau : Zara (similar here or here // similaire ici ou )
Jeans // Jean : Frame Denim
Cashmere knit // Pull en cachemire : Eric Bompard
Shoes // Chaussures : Chanel (pumps here // escarpins ici)
Bag // Sac : Céline


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Let's talk about something I never discussed with you before : breasts. Now, this is not my favorite fashion subject, but it's good to have a little girl's talk, no ?

You may not believe me, but I don't have small boobs. In fact, when I was a teenager, I was quite proud that my body was more developed than most of my girlfriends'.

But ever since I got older and realized that Lou Doillon was a much better style icon than say, Pamela Anderson (okay not everyone who has an ample cleavage looks like Pamela, but for the sake of this post, let's pretend so !), I always try to hide my breasts the best I can. Plus I have always loved showing my legs rather than my cleavage.

But on a cold day, I decided I needed some sun and what makes you think more of a sunny holiday than exposing some parts of your pale body (I said some parts, we're not Kim Kardashian !) ? Of course, when you decide to show some cleavage, you need to make sure that your clothes are chic, your attitude is 'French' (once again, think Lou Doillon or her equally stylish sister Charlotte Gainsbourg), and finally, and the most important, you need to realize than looking a little sexy has nothing to do with men ! It should be about feeling good about yourself, liking the way you look, and not give a damn about other people's opinions, whether they're good or bad.

Plus, the new supermodels like Gigi Hadid, Lara Stone or Kate Upton have totally redefined beauty, and have proved that you don't have to be a skeleton to be a fashion icon, and even if you're not an A cup, it's totally ok to show just a little bit of cleavage, and stay super chic too.

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Parlons de quelque chose dont je n'ai jamais parlé ici : la poitrine. Ce n'est pas mon sujet de prédilection, mais c'est cool de parler de trucs de fille aussi non ?

Vous avez le droit de ne pas me croire, mais j'ai plutôt été gâtée de ce côté-là. D'ailleurs quand j'étais ado, j'étais assez fière de voir que j'étais plus développée que mes copines.

Mais en grandissant et en réalisant que Lou Doillon était quand même bien plus stylée que Pamela Anderson (okay, toutes les femmes qui ont une poitrine imposante ne ressemblent pas à Pamela, mais pour le bien du post, on va prétendre que si !), j'essaie toujours de cacher ne serait-ce que l'ombre d'un décolleté. Et puis je préfère largement montrer mes jambes que mes seins.

Mais en ce jour froid, j'ai décidé que j'avais besoin de soleil, et quoi de mieux qu'exposer un peu votre corps pour vous rappeler que l'été n'est pas si loin ? (Attention, j'ai bien dit un peu, on n'est pas Kim Kardashian non plus !). Si vous décidez de montrer votre décolleté, vous devez vous assurer que vos vêtements sont chics, que votre attitude est 'à la française' (encore une fois pensez Lou Doillon ou Charlotte Gainsbourg), et enfin, le plus important, ne décidez pas d'être un peu sexy pour les hommes, mais bien pour vous, pour vous sentir bien et jolie, et ne donnez aucune importance à l'opinion d'autrui, qu'elle soit positive ou négative.

Et puis les nouvelles supermodèles comme Gigi Hadid, Lara Stone ou Kate ont totalement redéfini les canons de beauté, et ont prouvé que vous n'aviez pas besoin d'être un squelette pour bien porter les vêtements, et que même si vous ne faites pas du A, vous avez quand même le droit de montrer juste ce qu'il faut, sans une once de vulgarité.

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35 comments :

  1. Oh, you can really show a little bit more like here :) Love this look in general!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. Lovely coat! You look great.
    || D I A N A ||
    www.TheNeonFactor.com

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  3. I don't think there's anything wrong with showing a bit of skin, as long as it's not to much.
    Great look!

    Sarah
    YUS fashion

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  4. Ce look est canon j'aime beaucoup les boots et le sac est superbe !!

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  5. Très jolie tenue, j'aime ce manteau crème très chic et le sac est tout simplement magnifique!!!
    Valeria
    http://milanparis.blogspot.fr

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  6. Tu devrais oser plus souvent le décolleté!! Je suis d'accord avec toi si on veut être sexy c'est avant tout pour soi et non pour les autres. Si Pamela A ou KK arrêtaient les fringues vulgaires, elles seraient plus chic même avec leur gros bonnet ;), alors peu importe la poitrine, l'important est de savoir la mettre en valeur...

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    1. Haha oui je suis entièrement d'accord :) et surtout, surtout, ne prenons pas en exemple PA ou KK...

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  7. I totally agree with you. I;m not a girl for a huge cleavage as well and I feel way more comfortable showing off my neckline and legs. Once again a beautiful classy look. The white coat looks so good on you and I adore your bag ;) xx

    http://www.creativityandchocolate.com

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  8. love this bag and coat ! perfect as always ! :)

    saralookbook.blogspot.com

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  9. Love this look! It's so strange that everyone with bigger boobs seems to favour the smaller look, yet us gals that aren't 'blessed in the chest' envy some of the looks you gals can pull off!

    http://www.getwhichit.com/home/blog/

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    1. Haha we're never happy with what we have, that's for sure ;)

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  10. Great post!!

    Gingham, quadretti, vichy: catwalks and shopping on
    lb-lc fashion blog

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  11. Great look! Amazing blog!

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  12. OK, this is strange and funny, because this is the thing I'm discussing with myself a lot these days.
    If there's something I really, really hate about my body, it's my breasts. There was a times I hated my nose, my smile, my hips, my legs, my butt-my everything. Then, when I was about 13-years-old, some boys in my school told me I don't have boobs, so I'm not a "true girl", I'm not beautiful. I was ashamed. And sad. My mum told me I don't have to worry about it, "these boys are stupid and you are very beautiful girl". I was sad, but soon I found the other thing to hate about myself, so I forget about my breasts.
    Well, two years ago I realized that my breasts got bigger. Then some boys shouted at me, calling very rude things about my breasts. Again. I was very, very ashamed and I started to truly hate these two things on my chest that attract just gross words and looks.
    Well, I still can't get used to this part of my body. Because there are many things that are not so super duper about having a large boobs. Yes, there are more than few models and actresses that prove you don't need to be skinny and flat, but to me, my breasts are making me looking bigger and it just doesn't look good, because I have normal, slim body, so it works for me that I have a slender body with two weird bumps.

    So, I'm glad that you wrote this article, because it encouraged me a little, but on the other hand, I say to myself: it's so easy to say "love your body" but it's hard to really do that.. you know.
    OK, I'm sorry for that loooong comment which definitely makes no sense (and includes so many "breasts" words I have ever written in my life :D), but I just had to write it, because this sentence: "I always try to hide my breasts the best I can." is so me. Once again, sorry Caroline, but thank you :D!

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    1. Don't worry, I really enjoyed reading your post, because I agree with you in a way : it's hard to say 'love your body' no matter what, but I think it's important to at least try to accept who we are.
      I am so happy if I've been able to help you even just a little !

      Kisses xx

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  13. Très belle tenue, le manteau est vraiment canon!

    L.A

    http://www.itsaboutla.fr/

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  14. Superbe tenue! Tu as de la chance d'avoir été gâtée par la nature de ce côté là! Ce n'est pas mon cas, je n'ai pas beaucoup de poitrine, même si pour ma taille, ça reste proportionné, je peux au moins me permettre de mettre des décolletés de folie, mais bon... Vive ton sac ;) Ah oui je change vraiment de sujet!

    Bisous!

    http://paulynagore.blogspot.fr/

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    1. Haha :) oui, c'est bien aussi les petites poitrines, tu peux beaucoup plus oser !!

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  15. Yes indeed, I think it can be so cool to show just a little more skin and leave the rest to the imagination! And such a great everyday look, still loving your Chanel booties so much!

    Love, L

    THESTYLECIRCUS.net

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  16. J'aime beaucoup le manteau !!!
    Deltreylicious

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