Wednesday, October 8, 2014

How to be a Parisian...Giveaway.

This book has been something of a runaway hit, and I’m giving away a copy ( just put your email address in the comments in and I’ll choose one).

‘How to be Parisian wherever you are’, authored by four Parisian women (Sophie Mas, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret, Anne Berest) taps into that feeling we all have when we come across this most remarkable of cities. How on earth, do they all look so effortlessly ….CHIC! Women, and men, of all ages, seem to have visited a personal stylist before they hit the streets for a morning coffee. I really noticed it when I was there. Bedraggled hair, textured long coats, beautiful shoes, scarves, discreet accessories, few logos, everything understated but incredibly well put together. And a delight in wearing perfume. The smells were amazing. Well…discover a few of the secrets right here. And it is not just about the fashion. It is about having the right attitude. Taking an interest in the world around you…be it culture, fashion, politics. That’s the French for you.I completely forgive them for their rudeness. It’s a cool book. Giving it away now.


34 comments:

Jessica Whiting said...

Ooooooh, this is currently on my wishlist! Would love to win! Will post my email should I be lucky (fending off spam-bots)

Anonymous said...

erc.willis@gmail.com

Neave Griffin said...

Just discovered this the other day! Would love it!
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Anonymous said...

oneillphoto@gmail.com :)

Anonymous said...

please please! im 1/4 french and my maiden name is Parisian ;) findeva@gmail.com

Nicola said...

I simply can't wait to be able to read this book. I wanna live the tips and become a Parisian chick! nicolairving@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Oh this book sounds fascinating! shayandmartha@gmail.com

Erin said...

I studied French at university and have always wanted to be as chic and elegant as the beautiful Parisian women! lil_miss_gucci@hotmail.com

Rebecca said...

I would also love to win this! I'm hesitant to post my email, but you can contact me via my blog:

Idealism never goes out of fashion

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work! operationcan@gmail.com

Alice M said...

Would absolutely love to win this!! aliceeflaws@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

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Kath said...

kathrynmary@xtra.co.nz merci beaucoup!!
I totally agree - the french just seem to have that beautiful understated look that is so chic!

K A T H L E E N said...

I've heard about how great this book is!

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Bricoleur said...

Oh I love Caroline de Maigret's style. I have had my eye on this book.
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Steph Taylor said...

I've heard so many rave reviews about this book, would be a great new read post exams! steph-taylor@windowslive.com

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Rose Eleanor said...

Would love to add it to my Paris book collections :) rosaellie31@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I was just reading about this book last week. Would love it! bonilililebee1@outlook.com

Anonymous said...

I have heard so many fabulous things about this book - thank you so much for the chance to win!!

Millie
milliet@xtra.co.nz

Anonymous said...

PRETTY PLEASE!!

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Anonymous said...

This would make the perfect gift for my wife.....she has been talking about this new book lots

My details -
Grant
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Anonymous said...

Count me in!!
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Anonymous said...

darrenrae@xtra.co.nz

Anonymous said...

Yes please !

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GarthJ said...

Yes, definitely!
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Anonymous said...

Would love to read this! - Jess

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Anonymous said...

:-)

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Renato Oliveira said...

Sounds cool! ;)

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Anonymous said...

Yes please. Know someone who will love this.

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Kaatje said...

Sounds magnifique!!!!!!
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Anna said...

:) annacwhyte@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Merci !
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Rory said...

dochertyrory@hotmail.com

Would you recommend it as a good read Wallace? BTW mostly pics?? And how does it compare to the Satorialist?