a heart for classic charm
a heart for classic charm
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a note on opening a bottle of champagne

if you are celebrating, you push the cork towards the top to pop it out. if you are having regular dinner at home, twist the cork to pull out, gently but firmly.

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a note on inés de la fressange

"the left bank parisian stalks the streets of saint-germain-des-prés, steering clear of anything bling. never look rich -glitter and logos are not her thing- a true parisian is uninterested in spending for its own sake and sporting the labels to show for it. she seeks chic and demands quality. her definition of luxury? a brand that guarantees good taste, rather than an all-too-obvious price tag."

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a note on pearls

pearls are a timeless accessory and they don’t need to be real. with pearls you can go from victorian to classic to simple to princess to refined to elegant to sexy and sporty... talk about versatility.

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a note on caractacus potts

i agree with caractacus the answer is clear, is having someone dear and that that someone has you too.

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a note on ethical traits

your dress is the nonverbal code of your identity seeing that without uttering a word your appropriate dress reveals to others details about your uniqueness and your character.

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