French Sunset Style and Cheese Tasting

 I’m all about the tailoring at the moment. Oh, and my love of France…

Location: Hotel Crillon Le Brave, Provence, France
Another post, from the beautiful buildings of Hotel Crillon Le Brave. I’m trying to filter these, so that you’re not bombarded by thousands of holiday posts all at once. But I still have many outfits and beautiful sights to show you. This was one of my favourites. As the sun went down over the French hillside, it shone a beautiful angelic light over the village, and the small church on its piste. I took a few shots of my outfit, whilst gazing into the stunning scenery in the distance. 
As my age has matured, so has my style and my preference of clothing stores. Hobbs is currently high on my list of favourites, mainly due to the fact that it caters for a lady who has found her clothing style. They have so many pieces that I could easily mingle into my current wardrobe, as the cut and fabrics that they produce are so wearable and unique. This white shirt and ink spotted trousers have not left my body since I picked them up. Plus they go so perfectly with my rose gold flats from Nicholas Kirkwood. This ensemble has been a huge favourite recently.
Wearing: White Shirt / Ink Spot Trousers / Gold Slippers / Levis Denim Jacket (similar) / Sunglasses / Handbag / Watch
And what a wonderful evening this was. Taking in the last rays of the sunshine, sipping on a selected glass of wine and tasting the local cheeses, fresh from the goats in the French hillside. Claudine really opened my eyes to the taste and beauty of goats cheeses. In the UK we really don’t put much focus on the variety of fantastic cheeses there are to offer, unless you go to a special fromagerie. Yet Claudine was able to show us a variety of goats cheeses, all with their unique flavours and textures, plus the most magnificent stilton blue with a muscat filled centre. It was a dream. In fact my mouth is watering thinking back to how wonderful it was. 

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