The farmers markets have opened in Bend, and after returning from Paris where the weekly markets run year-round, I am most eager to step back outside, stroll the booths full of food and flowers and so much more and just bask in the beauty and enjoyment of these very community and local farmer focused events.
As well, brocantes. In France, they are regular events as well, and while we didn’t have the chance to visit one last month, I cannot wait to poke around most definitely the next time I return and bring home treasures for Le Papillon’s décor.
While the weather is now warmer, sometimes, when markets are open in the morning (which I love!), the temperatures are still a bit chilly, and if the sun is high, protecting our skin and eyes from being burned is a must with the help of breathable fabrics, brims of hats and thoughtfully layered clothing.
Today I have shopped three different outfits for you, from quite dressed up to dressed-down, but still quite chic. I just love the pink linen blazer in the final outfit and think it would be an ideal signature item to wear with simple, classic items. Pairing a scarf for a subtle accessorization finishes the look, and you will be most comfortable as well searching and finding the many treasures at a favorite brocante. 🙂
Let’s take a look!
~Theory Good Wool Sheer Sleeve, ivory, Blazer (on sale)~
~Flavour with Benefits: France by Cathy Connally and Charley Best~
~Reiss Sleeveless embroidered lace blouse (black also available)~
~Sarah Flint Mirjana leather flat sandal (more colors)~
~Toujours La France!: Living the Dream in Rural France by Janine Marsh~
~Monrow Cotton Modal Relaxed V-Neck Tee (more colors), as recommended by the WSJ for modal tees~
~Milly Avery Single-breasted Linen Blazer (white also available)~
~Rondini Les Tropezienne sandals (made in France, I have had a pair since 2018 and LOVE them)~
~The Art of Picnics: Seasonal Outdoor Entertaining by Alanna O’Neill~
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