Monday, 20 October 2008

And we shall call her Cheese.


Les Amis de Fromage, 1752 W 2nd Ave Vancouver.

Two months' absence from Switzerland and it's delectable abundance of dairy products made in heaven, has left me yearnin' for a wee bit of real cheese. You know, no blocks of North American mozzarella, cheddar (though cheddar from Chedar, England or say, Dubliner cheddar, now there's cheese!) or the ingenious mixing of the two most boring cheeses to get an equally boring marble cheese. Well I'll have you know I got my fix by buying $25 worth of Swiss raclette cheese and a soft Quebec cheese we had never tried. And then having raclette! In our new raclette oven!

Oh give me cheese anyday.

Cardigan: H&M, shirt: thrifted, skirt: thrifted (by my mum!), tights: H&M, shoes: Spring, scarf: vintage store in Paris.

Cardigan: American Apparel, shirt: vintage store in Amsterdam, skirt: H&M, shoes: thrifted Etienne Aigner, purse: Accessorize.
(What's up with my hair...?)

Cardigan: H&M Man, shirt: gift (it's made of hemp!), skirt: Le Chateau, tights: H&M, shoes: thrifted, necklace: thrifted, belt: my Grandfather's belt from Mexico, purse: same, scarf: material I cut off a skirt to shorten it.

I look so much like my sister in this. I think it's the glasses.

What I wore today.
Bodysuit: thrifted, trousers: Rietmans, belt: same from Grandpa, scarf: was my mum's, shoes: H&M.

The weather was all over the place today. As I was coming out of classes the sun decided to warm my face for a while but once I got home it left again so I didn't have to feel bad about staying inside to work while it was gorgeous out, it poured, the sun came out and I took these.

What kind of muffins shall I make? Maybe I'll concoct some cheese muffins.

1 comment:

  1. Cheese is simply the very best!!! I think I could eat a pound of gouda in one sitting. Gross hey?

    Your outfits are sooo cute! I love all of them.

    I'm going to link you to my blog :)