Posted on January 28, 2010

C’est L’amour ~

Fashion
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching,  I look forward to receiving emails from my favourite chocolate boutiques (Vosges is my #1), decorations in store windows, shopping for gifts for family and friends. 
I was especially thrilled today when I opened an email from Vosges!  I make a point to go to their Lincoln Park location whilst in Chicago. 
Pershing Hall in Paris
No Valentine’s Day toast would be complete without Rose’ champagne!  La Grande Dame is my favourite also! 
 

Amy Adams
Audrey
Olivier Pitou ~ hopefully some of the lucky ladies in Paris will receive flowers from his shop!  If so, please send me a photo!!
A pretty look

I’m going to use this idea for chilling champagne
Au Revoir!  xoxo, B

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4 Comments

  • Reply Couture Millinery Atelier. January 29, 2010 at 9:40 am

    What a truly fabulous post! I fell in love with roses frozen in ice cubes!!! I have never seen anything like this. 🙂 Is there any chance you know the addres of Pershing Hall in Paris? it looks like a place I would love to visit! Your post made me look forward to Valentine's Day. Thank you! Wishing you the most wonderful weekend.:-)

  • Reply Belle Vie January 29, 2010 at 11:04 am

    You're most welcome! I, too, am looking forward to Valentine's Day. The past week especially.
    The address for Pershing Hall ~ 49 Rue Pierre Charron, Paris, 75008
    Have you dined at The Cristal Room? It's is truly fabulous. Le Jules Verne is another favourite. We had wonderful dining at both establishments. xoxo, B

  • Reply Couture Carrie January 29, 2010 at 11:06 am

    Yummy post, darling!
    Love all these photos!
    Now I need some champ!

    xoxox,
    CC

  • Reply BonjourRomance January 29, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Bonjour,
    What a lovely post, the rose ice cubes is on my to-do list. The flower shops in Paris are so gorgeous – I'll send my photos – my honey knows how I love them and he has a marvelous green thumb too.
    Merci for stopping by, I love to hear about visits to Paris. You're right, most everyone here is so nice, yes even to Americans. I've never had any problems even with my lousy French! The vendors at the local market greet me by name and practice their English.
    Bon weekend!

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