Dior is inspired by 18th Century Marie-Antoinette and her private domain, the Petit Trianon, for spring beauty 2014.
The result is a beauty collection filled with every Macaroon shade that Ladurée can produce and a gorgeous compact in the design of a Fontanges bow.
The Vibrant Colour Brush( in Corail Bagatelle) is in a fresh pop coral and is right on trend as this shade is being seen on lips and cheeks this season. Just don’t wear this shade on lips and cheeks at the same time.
And while I want the entire collection, my first purchase will be the limited edition Dior Vernis Nail Lacquer in Porcelaine. A shade that would be beloved by Marie Antoinette since this hue is seen throughout her country home the Petite Trianon.
I visited Versailles and the Petite Trianon a little while ago and will soon post some photos of my trip, so please stay tuned.
Flower Power continues to makes statements in the world of fashion and beauty.
In fact, florals continue to trend big and are popping up in new and innovative ways. And personally I couldn’t be happier to see a floral theme in items I can use everyday.
Here are some of my favorite floral pics: from a Corioliss vintage travel dryer, an adorable Fornasetti candle, Etsy makeup bag, Library of Flowers Soap, a classic Valentino dress from Stylebop, Stila Garden Bliss blush, and (the fragrance I wear every day) Marc Jacobs original Daisy.
Of course, fresh Daisies are always welcome anytime.