A whisper soft scarf to wear that adds a wee bit of french style.
I have paired it with an Eileen Fisher top
Lands' End cashmere cardigan
Silk square scarf by Pertrusse with exquisite hand rolled edges
"Cha Cha Cha"
Scarves are such an easy way to amp up a simple outfit.
I own maybe a dozen silk scarves...
Pertrusse, Hermes, Ralph Lauren
My first Hermes scarf was a souvenir from San Francisco.
The second and third were from the Hermes shop in Vancouver.
The others were purchased in Paris.
A friend Ali who lives on Salt Spring Island gave me a Le Fermiere pot
she brought some home from her trip to France.
I brought several more home from my last trip to Provence and the SW of France.
The French yogurt is so rich and creamy that we indulged with a pot each morning for breakfast with fruit before going out to explore the villages.
These sweet peas are the last for the season...
it was an amazing season for these scented gems.
A bountiful harvest of apples await to be picked in The Humble Bungalow Garden.
One of our favourite apple recipes is from Ina Garten
French Apple Tarte.
Serve it warm with ice cream.
A gift arrived in the post...
fresh grown and dried lavender sachets!
I love the detailed embroidery...
thank you Lorrie.
Do you follow Vivi et Margot on Instagram?
Charlotte Reiss has a shop Vivi et Margot that sells all things French...
baskets, linens, aprons, copper pots, candles, soaps etc.
I purchased this kitchen candle.
It will be lit on the cool days of Fall and Winter when I am cooking in the kitchen.
Today it is raining and I am in the kitchen making a tomato and potato bisque.
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Hope that you are staying safe.
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