Style Story ♥ Let them eat cake

I watched Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette the other night. (I ended up buying the HD digital version of the film since it was cheaper than the DVD.) What a visually stunning film! I enjoyed the costumes and scenery and felt so inspired!

Chris bought me Tokyo Milk Parfumarie Curiosite Let Them Eat Cake No. 11 Parfum for Christmas. I love it! (Though nothing will ever replace my favorite: Le Petit No. 2!)

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For the record... 

Marie Antoinette never said “Let them eat cake.” When told that starving French peasants lacked any bread to eat, the queen is alleged to have callously declared, “Let them eat cake!” There is no evidence, however, that Marie Antoinette ever uttered that famous quip. The phrase used to encapsulate the out-of-touch and indifferent royals first appeared years before Marie Antoinette ever arrived in France in philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s description of Marie-Therese, the Spanish princess who married King Louis XIV in 1660. The remark was also ascribed to two aunts of Louis XVI before it was apocryphally tied to Marie Antoinette. (x)