Bonjour my dears!
A week ago I received a new t-shirt that I was eager to show here for (maybe) an unexpected reason. T-shirts displaying messages in an interesting typography are quite “on vogue” right now, aren’t they? I like typography a lot and find them very appealing but I really only own another in white with the message “The future is unwritten”. Overall, this makes already a pretty good excuse because there’s a gap in my closet, but that’s not the only thing behind this purchase.
I’ve sometimes been mistaken for French in very different places and situations, since I have the French-girl style idealized it instantly makes me think that the person is saying this like a super flattering comment, ha! I would like to be able to talk in French, I can understand when the person is speaking slow but I feel helpless when trying to answer and need to switch to a common language (usually English). Have you been mistaken for another nationality frequently? What’s yours? I also get Portuguese which is totally understandable (& cool) for the proximity.
Thus, when I saw the new t-shirt from the rad girls at Girly Girl Magazine, I knew that the ´Je ne sais quoi´could perfectly describe my link with a French girl and would take out that francophile in me.
When I was getting dressed, Juno jumped to our bed and started making her cutsey poses on top of the t-shirt making it clear that the real ´Je ne sais quoi´ girl was her, and only her. Therefore I decided to take a few pictures at home with my little favorite girl, instead of our plans of finding a nearby wall, and definitely don’t regret it.