Recipe For Success= Pineapples + Overalls


Hi friends! I’m BACK with another blog post!! I know what you’re thinking…two blog posts in one week? Where does she find the time? Well, I can say that the reason I found time is because I’m trying to distract myself from walking to the boulangerie by my house and buying myself a chocolate croissant…so here I am just bloggin’ my heart out! #fitlyfe

So…my blog post…every Saturday there is an outdoor farmer’s market that sets up in the middle of downtown Angers (city in France where I live) and at this glorious farmer’s market, I bought a 1 euro pineapple (pictured above) and it was the sweetest pineapple I have ever tasted. **seriously not an exaggeration it was so freaking fresh.

So as anyone would expect me to do, I wore overalls to this farmer’s market because I was really trying to play up the cool girl farmer’s aesthetic…and this is just my opinion…but I think it kinda worked! I got these overalls around four years ago at American Eagle believe it or not for I think around 50 dollars. Yes, they may be a little on the pricier side BUT they are SO worth their price because I’ve worn them probably 100+ times since their original purchase date. So– if you’re on the fence about buying expensive overalls: my advice to you is that if their made from good material and you love them and know you’ll wear them…spend your extra pineapple money. You won’t regret it.

But wait there’s more! The t-shirt I am sportin’ under my overalls I bought in France at the local Zara for only 15 euros and I LOVE IT. It goes with everything and I honestly wear it all the time with jeans, dresses, skirts, YOU NAME IT. Also it’s so comfy, 10/10 would recommend.

So my friends, here’s to French farmer’s markets, overalls, Zara tees and also, sweet sweet pineapples.

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