News and views from St.Tropez market

News and views from St.Tropez market

I am taking some time out and spending a week in Grimaud with two girlfriends. We have had such a great time, relaxing, gossiping, laughing and of course making a few purchases in St.Tropez market.

Inspecting the tee shirts and bretons on offer. It is still chilly here so I am wrapped up in a short puffa jacket. I find it so useful for those in-between days. Yo can find similar at Uniqlo (US link). Round my neck I am wearing a coral wool scarf. I bought it in the market a few years ago. Similar at Nordstrom and Etsy here and here.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Logo tee shirts are all the range this season.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Rainbow of colours. Whether your colouring is warm, cool, bright or muted you can find a colour to suit you here.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Reds, greens and blues were very much in evidence. I loved the two ethnic print dresses.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Yellows, pinks, neutrals orange. Take your pick.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Loved these bags, especially the stud ones.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Can’t believe these shoes above were on sale for only 10 euros. One of my friends bought a silver version.

News and views from St.Tropez market

Lovely print dress. Luckily the shop was not open when I took this photo early in the morning or a purchase might have been made!

News and views from St.Tropez market

The french dress their windows so elegantly.

News and views from St.Tropez market News and views from St.Tropez market

I love the navy spot trousers with the white top. If you are a fan of orange you might like the second version. I find that french women are so chic in the way they accessorise their outfits with scarves and jewellery.

Easter in the South of France

Love is in the air. It is Easter next week-end. Sadly this chicken was not made of chocolate!

I did say we three amigos had fun this week. You might enjoy seeing us check out the market last Spring


  1. Anne Woodyard (@MusicandMarkets)
    26th March 2018 / 15:11

    Love those tasseled suede sneakers! Maybe I can find a pair in the Aix market when we return at the end of the week…

  2. Jeanne Anthony
    26th March 2018 / 15:20

    Love the new colors for spring. Really love the metallic sneakers with tassels! Never been to France, but would love to go. I’m over here in the US.

  3. Mary
    26th March 2018 / 15:33

    I want to buy a Uniglo puffer jacket but cannot decide whether to order a Small or a Medium. I am 5 foot in height and slimmish build but bust is 36D!
    Are Uniglo jackets on the tight or the lose side. please?

    • 26th March 2018 / 15:58

      Hi Mary
      I would probably go for a medim they are bit very long. The small might be a bit tight across the bust. You could always do what I do and order both. Unfortunately Uniqlo do not do free returns. However it is probably cheaper that sending one back and re-ordering.

      • Mary
        26th March 2018 / 19:29

        Thank you, Josephine. I’ll do that!

    • 26th March 2018 / 16:07

      I have a Uniqlo puffer, bought in November. I am small and usually wear a size 6 or 8, 5’4″ at 115 lb. I have a Large (!!) and it is perfect. So yes, they are cut very small.

      • Mary
        26th March 2018 / 19:30

        Thank you, Libby

  4. Jane Dunning
    26th March 2018 / 16:02

    I love the tassle shoes as well! I think there must be a lot more spring things on the stalls than when I was there at the beginning of this month. To be honest, I think you have special antennae to find nice things! P.S. The little house we rented was in the road beside La Tarte Tropezienne, Place des Lices. I hope the roadworks are finished!

    • 27th March 2018 / 12:56

      Hi Jane
      It is a very pretty little street. No the roadworks are still there which makes the place look a bit ugly.

  5. 26th March 2018 / 16:08

    Of course, I love that orange outfit. Oh how I miss the vendors in France…so many wonderful colors and styles to choose from, and such fun shopping. Enjoy!

  6. Lynn
    26th March 2018 / 22:01

    Wow lots of fabulous things there, just my cup of tea, would love a wander round.

  7. 26th March 2018 / 23:36

    Okay… you’ve inspired me… I’m off to buy a bright spring scarf. So even though it still feels like winter, it will cheer me up. By the way… love that scarf with your puffa jacket.

  8. 27th March 2018 / 12:58

    Glad you liked my trip arund St Tropez market. Pop back on Friday when I will have more photos of some lovely scarves I found there plus a photo of my updated hairstyle.

  9. Susan B
    27th March 2018 / 16:52

    Local markets are such fun to shop! Thanks for sharing these with us.

  10. Lynda Banister
    28th March 2018 / 10:03

    Lovely colours for spring , if only the weather would improve! Still we did have a beautiful sunny spring day here on Monday. I’ve just got a bright blue sequined beret – caused some mirth in the family!-to wear with a cobalt blue bemboo scarf I also bought quite recently. The feel is lovely but it creases and is not as warm as wool, of course.

  11. Ann
    28th March 2018 / 12:38

    What lovely options you have to choose from among! Those orange pants and small black/white checked blouse for some reason ring my bell! And the shoes! And the purses!

    I’m more than a little jealous of your shopping opportunities there. Good eye, girl.

  12. jillppp
    6th July 2018 / 15:31

    Do you ever post where to purchase these items?

  13. 6th July 2018 / 17:36

    Hi Jill
    On the post I published today of my recent trip to St.Tropez market I have tried to find similar items below each photo. We are researching the possibility of sourcing some of the scarves and jewellery. We would then open an online shop attached to the blog where readers could purchase the same or similar items. However this service will not be available for several months.

  14. Eileen
    25th October 2018 / 14:38

    More pics of French clothes in windows please, just lovely.

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