Thursday, August 21

Breakfast at Tiffany's(not), seven eleven and windows













we decided to walk into the city for an outdoor showing of Breakfast at Tiffany's, with a baguette, cheese, grapes and juice in tow. when we got there it turned out to be a showing of "Monty Python the quest for the holy grail"so k. ran to the seven eleven and brought back junk food which was more apropriate !!!then on our way back home we did some window shopping and i happen to have my camera on hand!

17 comments:

Mrs.French said...

Thanks for letting us tag along...

Christy said...

Wow...beautiful photos...they are very full of character...haunting and melancholy. Love your blog!!

quaint handmade said...

lovely - the night time photos are dreamy.

Aran said...

nice window shopping... and i love you brought "appropriate" food over for each movie!

amy said...

I saw "Breakfast at Tiffany's", but just didn't get what was so great about it. Monty Python is much more my style. "Ni!"

omami said...

vintage, just love it!"!!

amy said...

that's hilarious! i totally agree - you need to match your food to your movie -always. and is that window 'design within reach'??? love that store.

Krissy said...

what fun! great photos too :)

corine said...

Kudos on adapting so rapidly to the change of movie! :-)

please sir said...

Sounds like a fun time - love those lights!

Fifi Flowers said...

I was so exciting to see the word "Tiffany"... lol... I love that chandelier inside of a lampshade... FAB! TOTALLY FAB!

Sara said...

one must always fit food with the movie...and I love that all your pictures are in the signature Nadia color scheme, how do you do it? marvelous:)

Camille said...

Monty Python begs for junk food. We have marathons once in a while...my kids walk around quoting Monty Python for weeks when we do that.

Lovely window shopping photos. I think I'd end up with my own reflection if I tried those shots.

raining sheep said...

I am absolutely swooning. I have the white nelson lamps - one in the dining room and one in the living room, what I really would love to have is that mooi chandelier inside the lamp shade. That is amazing window shopping.

Tartelette said...

Love the idea of outdoor movies...my neighbor had a kids' movie night outside shoing movie on the side of the house with plenty of lounging chairs and pillows) during the summer for the kids around and of course all the adults would tag along. Wonderful window shopping!

mary said...

Window shopping at night is so appealing to me. Everything looks so mysterious and protected! I love, love that top, skirt, and belt; and that Eames chair I spy...

Anonymous said...

Wow excellent photos.They shows the real life of objects.Really i like those very much.Fantastic photo.

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