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{the night before & a few (late) lovely links}

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. . . and over the weekend, took the train to glasgow, spending time in the shops, and finding the most perfect antique golden teacups and saucers, stopping for afternoon lattes and a slice of strawberry gâteau in the charming pâtisserie françoise in the west end; exploring quaint cobblestone streets lined with fairy lights and pretty restaurants, and stopping in for tea with p’s grandmother; and all the while, even as we’ve only just returned from paris, immersing ourselves in the magic of the holidays . . .

hope you’ve had a stunning late-december weekend and start to the week, and that it’s beautiful where you are, —roséline xo

[as always, a few lovely links below] x


a f e w  l o v e l y l i n k s

* holiday inspiration : black christmas
* how-to : origami stars [via here]
* photography : least likely to be adopted [via all the mountains]
* hair how-to : the sexy bouffant
* diy : framed scarves
* travel : radostina’s beautiful photographs of london
* at the shops : this sequined silk-chiffon skirticon & these crystal-embellished satin slingbacksicon
* diy : sequinned wall hanging
* holiday traditions : the christmas card
* and lastly : a few tumbles here & there

{as always, a few things you may have missed:}

* holiday inspiration : candlelight and firelight and mistletoe
* last-minute gift guide : a few favourite things
* fashion editorial : highland chic
* festive tabletop : it’s a wrap
* holiday décor : decorating with wreaths
* take me away № 40 | city guide № 6 : vienna, austria
* holiday inspiration : gift wrapping with kraft paper
* great love story № 22 : sofia coppola & thomas mars
* holiday gift guide : pale & pretty neutrals
* events : FEED holiday party with lauren bush & karlie kloss, new york
* décor inspiration : one terribly chic room on the upper east side
* a book review & a give-away
* a new week : home again & hello
* hope you’ve had a beautiful weekend & a few lovely links

[image : Fotos de Florrie en París]

5 Notes
  • Anonymous said...

    Next time you are in Scotland go to Patisserie Madeleine in Edinburgh. Its a beautiful little place in Stockbridge that serve fine French cakes and macarons like those found in Paris.

  • Only you could find glamour and beauty in gritty Glasgow!

  • Sounds lovely Roseline! I do hope you will show us your golden teacups and saucers that you found!

  • Have a wanderful holiday! My last days were frantic due to too many committments, but now I am just relaxing and enjoying my first Christmas with my husband!

  • Sounds beautiful…have a gorgeous Christmas time, xxx

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