Bonjour lecteurs! Soon the weekend! And to celebrate it (yes, this is how excited I am about today being Friday! The perks of being a maman…), I am so happy to offer you a fab read for grab! Win a Copy of Older but Better, but Older by the fab authors of How To Be Parisian!
Older but Better, but Older – The Art of Growin Up
Do you sometimes think that getting older absolutely sucks? I get you!
Well with Older but Better, but Older, at least you can giggle about it. And it is super bon!
After all, smiling is good for you! Oui, oui! Trust me!
Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas are back with Older but Better, but Older – The Art of Growin Up. After the succés that How to Be Parisian was, the ladies are now treating you with a mischievous look at the trials and tribulations of adulthood 🙂
Full of witty observations, the authors will amuse you with their bohemian Parisiennes advice on all sort of topics: dating, family, fashion, love… et plus encore!
This compilation of essays with beautiful illustrations and snaps will make you laugh with its tongue-in-cheek tone. But it is also poignant at times.
And when you know that even Vogue is in love with it, you know you have to check it out! Ne résistez pas!
Older but Better, but Older – Mini Frenchie Review
I am going to be totally honest with you. When the first book came out a couple of years ago, I did not pay any attention to it.
I thought it would be full of clichés and while I saw some English friends rushing to buy it, I thought it was not for me.
But the truth is that Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas have a very pretty way to put things together. Like any women, they have come to some feelings and thoughts that we are, or will all come across in our life.
They are utterly quirky and very elegant. I loved reading their thoughts so much I could not stop dreaming about having a coffee en terrasse one day with them (so jalouse that Alexa Chung got to hang around with Caroline de Maigret!)
If you like Frenchie ladies or dream about being some kind of modern Brigitte Bardot with all your weakness and your little defects, then this book is for you.
Not feeling that way? Still grab a copy, because those ladies will change your mind. You will keep nodding and agreeing with what they have to say about life as a woman in the 21st century.
It is beautifully written, very witty and the illustrations talk for themselves! Thanks to that book, I travelled for a bit in Paris.
And I am ready to depart soon again with How To Be Parisian as I put it on my wish list. The authors made me feel a bit nostalgic about my days in France.
And let me tell you, for those ladies to succeed this, it takes a lot! After 10 years of loving my British life, I have never ever missed my country or felt homesick!
But I am now actually thinking of a Summer holiday in Paris ?
To rediscover its beauty and the natural elegance of its ladies… What a beautiful dream!
Because getting older has never been so fabulous and trendy!
Win a Copy of Older but Better, but Older worth £16.99
Ready to dream of Parisian life? Win a Copy of Older but Better, but Older worth £16.99.
You know how it works… It is now via Gleam!
This giveaway starts on the 31st of January and ends at midnight on the 1st of March! The competition is open to UK residents only.
Competition Terms & Conditions:
By entering this competition you accept these Terms and Conditions:
We will notify the winner via email or Twitter.
No cash alternative available.
We will select 1 winner at random.
The winner must respond within 5 days of receiving the email to claim their prize.
Provision of the prize is the responsibility of the brand. Frenchie Mummy can’t be held responsible.
We will treat your data with confidence and will not disclose it to third parties.
The competition is not affiliated with Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Loving what you see? Why not check out our Giveaways‘ section for more fabulous prizes to win with us!
And don’t forget to visit our Facebook page for extra entries! You will have more chances to win this fabulous prize!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Ebury Press.