Friday, 30 April 2010

Weekend Reflections: si vous voulez briller à un mariage...

Are you going to a spring wedding this year? If so, maybe you would like this outfit! The façades of the rue de la Paroisse are reflected in a clothes shop for James' Weekend Reflections meme.
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... vous trouverez peut-être votre bonheur ici, où les façades de la rue de la Paroisse sont reflétées pour les Reflets du Weekend de James.

42 comments:

bfarr said...

You have quite a talent for reflective shots. As far as the jacket? and blouse? too many ruffles for me, but I like the color.

brattcat said...

Perhaps if I attended a spring wedding in France this would be a perfect outfit...but somehow in the U.S. I think maybe not.

Jacob said...

Great reflection, as usual. The dress, though, looks rather interesting and unique...perhaps we could see it clearly sometime?

Clueless in Boston said...

Very nice reflection. Beautiful dress too.

tapirgal said...

I usually imagine going to formal weddings dressed for a costume party. Possibly a tiger outfit complete with a tail and mask would suite me. . . .

tapirgal said...

That would be "suit," not "suite." :)

lizziviggi said...

This is a fantastic reflection shot! Somehow the stylistic era of the outfit and the building match perfectly. I love the jacket, actually, and would probably wear it-- albeit without the extra ruffly ruffle on top!

T. Becque said...

I love this! All the golds are appealing. You do have a great eye for reflections!

Lee Spangler said...

maybe you should try it on and model it for your next post!

Malyss said...

Je suis sure que Jean-Paul Gauthier apprécierait cette surimpression d'immeubles sur le tissu brillant!
perso, je préfère un style plus sobre..

Bergson said...

je vois qu'on se prépare ...

Cezar and Léia said...

Ah Ciel, you are so chic my friend, this outfit is elegant as the façades de la Paroisse,je suis envie!:) C'est un parfait photo!
Léia

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Love the reflection and the jacket. Even with all those ruffles.

VP said...

There are names that sound so sweet in French and so silly in Italian (paroisse vs parrocchia), so I like this street, the window and even more the reflection. The dress? That's another story...

B SQUARED said...

No. It's definitely not my color. I bet it would look good on you, however.

Halcyon said...

A very nice reflection. I haven't been to a wedding for quite some time, but I do have one lined up for June. It's in Berlin though, so fancy dress will probably not be required. :)

Thérèse said...

Très chic! Une tenue que j'aime. On s'habille si peu en Arizona!

Small City Scenes said...

What a great reflection---you have a knack.

BTW: A heifer barn is just that. this barn and pasture house the replacement heifers for the neighboring dairy. when the young girls are old enough they are bred and then become milking cows at the dairy. Sound barbaric written down doesn't it. MB

Nefertiti said...

tres joli,bravo au concepteur de la vitrine,bon w end ;O)

http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful, soft waves of line and shape in the window model in contrast with the austere, sharp lines of the building in reflection!

EG Wow said...

Ha! I might LIKE to wear that...but would look a tad silly in it, I fear.

Regina said...

Fabulous!
Happy weekend.

Thom said...

Excellent my friend. The reflection is so cool. And what a pretty dress. Have a great Friday :)

Riet said...

What a great dress and reflection

Maria Berg said...

Nice dress, maybe they could paint the house on the dress that would make a new never though of dress! MB

Diane AZ said...

You sure know how to capture the most intriguing reflections! I love the frilly outfit, I just wouldn't wear it myself.

Loree said...

Beautiful outfit. Very chic.

maiaT said...

Another beautiful shop window reflection.
Lovely.

Alexa said...

The photo is great, but I think you would have to be very tall and very beautiful to wear that outfit!

Dianne said...

I love how the buldings look reflected in the ruffles

awarewriter said...

Very classy indeed.

James said...

No weddings for me and even so that's not my color or style. :) I like the picture though.

akarui said...

Une jolie association entre la robe de mariee et les reflections des immeubles.

Gattina said...

That's a very artistic and romantic reflection !

donnie said...

certainly not going to get lost wearing it ....

veredit said...

Mein Gott!! Wenn ich nochmals heiraten würde (wir haben im nächsten Jahr Silberhochzeit**) dann wäre das wirklich meine Wahl, absolut super elegant und die Darstellung als Reflektion einfach perfekt.

bisou pour toi
:)))

wenn said...

beautiful!

Catherine said...

Cette tenue, c'est pour faire concurence à la mariée.....Un peu trop vaporeux pour moi.
Fais le bon choix pour le Grand Jour.

Lily Hydrangea said...

So beautiful! both your reflections and the dress.

Beth Niquette said...

This unusual photograph fills my eyes--which is the greatest compliment I can give.

There is something ethereal about it--something that just grabs my eyes. I want to look and keep on looking.

Quilly said...

That is a very well dressed reflection! I love the glamor of this shot.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

You need to put these reflection shots into a book. You have a real eye.

Sharon