10.08.2020

# Agatha Christie # Death on the Nile 2020

Paris Fashion Week Recap, How to Wear Boots Like a Royal & Death on the Nile Fashion |3 Articles on Dress


Welcome to a new episode of 3 Articles on Dress. This week we are looking at the best looks from Paris Fashion Week, how to wear boots and jeans like The Duchess of Cambridge, and the most glamorous characters from Agatha Christie's oeuvre. 



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The Most Glamorous Characters from Agatha Christie's Oeuvre 

Death on the Nile comes out October 12th and Tatler has compiled the most glamorous characters from Agatha Christie's oeuvre. Please note: this article contains spoiler alerts, so do not read the text if you do not want spoilers. 


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Harper's Bazaar has collected the best looks from Paris Fashion Week. My favorite looks came from Dior, such as the beautiful and exotic look shown above. What were your favorite looks? 

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And finally, The Duchess of Cambridge wore skinny jeans and boots in the most royal way and Who What Wear analyzes the look. 



I am still loving my Thursday Boot Co. Captain boots and enjoy wearing them with jeans in a similar fashion to the Duchess. 

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1 comment:

Amie Rikke said...

Hi Jennifer!
Did you see the article in Victoria’s October edition, “Nana’s Treasures” by Betsy L Haase? It’s on the very last page. She writes of her Nana, how Nana used her good things every day and didn’t save for special times. Haase contrasted her Nana’s home with the home she grew up in where her mother had more common items.
I’m looking forward to seeing “Death on the Nile”