Lisa Przystup is a freelance writer and the florist behind James’s Daughter Flowers.
It’s not the first time I tell you about my sensitivity for flowers (here and here).
That’s the kind of job I would love to do in a few years.
I don’t want to do the same thing all my life. I get bored quite quickly. And I’m not afraid of change.
I embrace change !
I love Lisa’s style, very simple and casual.
You will find some articles about her in blogs or websites (Into the Gloss, Jean STORIES, was a muse for Odette…) sharing beauty advices and talking about her career.
-I also discovered she was the model for Dealtry scarves, which I ♥-
I love the fact that she has different creative activities and that she’s a self-taught ‘artist’, she learned looking at florists’ works and reading books.
She also assisted some florists where she completed her training.
I invite you to go on her Instagram where she puts beautiful pictures of her creations.
A new to follow…
Lisa Przystup for Odette
Pictures from Waiting for Saturdays.
I had such a great trip in Amsterdam.
The weather was perfect and I really needed to breathe and see beautiful things.
I love Dutch people, they’re so helpful and kind, I love their style, always well dressed but with a cool touch (snickers, leather jacket or beautiful scarves).
I think next time I’ll go there, I will take some street style pictures !
The first evening, we came to De Kas which is a lovely place with wonderful surroundings.
We tried the best kefte sandwiches, Broodje Bert and one the best burgers in Amsterdam, The Butcher.
We walked from beautiful bridges to beautiful places, taking time for a coffee or a good carrot cake.
They have an amazing choice of organic food in their ‘Marqt’.
Next time, I will rent a boat if the weather is good !
Also, we stopped to have a drink at Café de Jaren and we went to the Wicked Jazz Festival.
I really didn’t want to leave…
Happy Monday everyone !
This week is a very sunny week in Paris, and I’ll go to Amsterdam on Thursday.
I cant’ wait, Amsterdam is so beautiful !
When the weather is that good, I love to wear white, blue, creme, beige, soft linen & cotton.
Here’s my inspiration today : designer Alice Waese‘s interview from Waiting for Saturday.