Monday, May 31, 2010

An eye for style: Parisian window dressings










I hope you enjoyed viewing these. I certainly enjoyed taking them.
Until next time...
Mervat.
xo

14 comments:

Suko said...

Ooooh la la! Your photos are magnificent! You must frame some of these.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Thanks for visiting me. You have some great pictures here.
My sister-in-Law lives in Sydney so I know that part of Ozz. Diane

Leesa said...

Wow!! Those are really beautiful outfits!! I can't wait to see more and more of your pics of Paris!

Glad you made it home safely! Thanks for your email!!

Hugs, Leese

Casey Freeland said...

Well, window shopping is probably at the bottom of my list of things I'd like to do. But since you are where you are, it's all good. Glad you are loving your trip.

Casey

Ron said...

Hi Mervat!

Just wanted to stop by and say thank you for dropping by my blog earlier. It was so nice to meet you!

Gorgeous photos! That first one of the roses is exquisite! Love the orange dress in the store window!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend!

I'll be back!

Peter said...

Yes, window dressing is an art; well illustrated! :-)

see you there! said...

It appears you are having a wonderful time, thanks for the peek into the windows.

Darla

lunarossa said...

Lovely Paris-window surfing from York too! Thanks, Mervat, for these wonderful mementos from Paris. I feel like taking off too! Au revoir! A.

PRISCILLA MAE et al (Meg Mitchell) said...

I just found your blog and it looks like we were in Paris about the same time. We seem to be drawn to the same sights.

The Writing Instinct said...

Suko: I think I will frame one or two...if only for the memories as who knows when I shall return...

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente: Thank you and best wishes to you.

Leesa: Thank you my dear! We are home but the jet lag is killing me! It was worth it though ;) xo

Casey Freeland: We just loved our trip. I am not a big fan of window shopping either but these were hard to ignore. The detail and the amount of time spent putting these together means they deserve attention.

Ron: Hi there! I loved that orange dress too ;) As for the roses you should have smelled their scent: divine!

Peter: Hi there! Window dressing is certainly an art and warrants attention!

see you there! Darla, we indeed did have a brilliant time. I dream of returning.

lunarossa: Antonella, maybe we can meet there one day. I would love to meet you and maybe you could show me some of your haunts! xo

PRISCILLA MAE: Welcome! Wow, what a coincidence. Isn't it a marvelous city? I will visit you soon...

Mystica said...

The photos are fabulous. Thanks

Cynthia Maniglia said...

Ah, how lovely these photos are. You certainly have an eye for Paris ... and thanks for stopping by my blog.
I can't wait to see Paris - on foot, through the lens of a camera, and every other way I can IN PERSON.

Au revoir for now!

The Armchair Parisian said...

I love the shop windows in Paris and am glad to know I am not the only one who photographs them. Hmmmm. I'll have to do a shop-window post soon...

The Writing Instinct said...

Mystica: Thank you for visiting!

Cynthia Maniglia: Thank you and welcome. I look forward to following your blog in anticipation of your exciting trip. I am reliving it through you!
Best wishes to you.

The Armchair Parisian: I am not usually a window shopper but after having seen these I may just be a convert! I look forward to your post.

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