St.Tropez market news and views

St.Tropez market news and views

St.Tropez news and views this month. What can be more magical than an early morning stroll around the stalls in the market? If you are visiting this part of France the market in St.Tropez is held every Tuesday and Saturday in Place de Lice. Be sure to arrive early as it gets very crowded during the summer.

The elegant facade of the House of Chanel caught my eye as I walked from the port to the centre of the village. Everything about it says sophisticated chic!

St.Tropez market news and views

The market would not be the same without its stunning flower stalls.


St.Tropez market news and views

The traditional cotton wraps, sarongs or table coverings. Just be creative.

St.Tropez market news and views

My favourites. The colourful woven straw baskets.

St.Tropez market news and views

Every colour and size or the mini ones which were my favourite.

St.Tropez market news and views

Neutral if you prefer.

St.Tropez market news and views

Typical St.Tropez summer outfit. Colourful or soft cream. Take your pick.

St.Tropez market news and views

The hippie vibe is still alive.

St.Tropez market news and views

Now I could go for this. You might like to check out what I found in St Tropez market last month.

Get the vibe:


  1. Jeannie Gipson
    23rd April 2018 / 15:53

    Dear Josephine–I asked you several weeks ago for more cotton summer clothes since I live in the southern US (Texas). I make a lot of my clothes and I’m always on the lookout for ideas. You hit the jackpot with the yellow/white striped dress from St.Tropez. I have a broad beige/white striped piece of cotton in my stash that would used with the same simple design. If this is a successful design for me, I would duplicate in bold stripe combinations such as navy/white, yellow/white,etc. Your photos are certainly inspirational. Thank you!

    • 23rd April 2018 / 18:48

      Glad I have given you some ideas. I’m sure you will look great in your stripe dresses

  2. Judy
    23rd April 2018 / 16:17

    Oooh, what a wonderful selection of everything! What fun it would be to go shopping with you there!

  3. 23rd April 2018 / 18:10

    To say I am jealous is an understatement!!!! I miss those markets SO much. I will return, in good time!

  4. Susan Harper
    23rd April 2018 / 21:12

    I would like one of each please.

  5. Lynne Savage
    23rd April 2018 / 21:37

    The yellow striped dress design at the neckline and shoulders so perfect for fitting so many shapes and sizes. Clever. Always pleased to see a post from you in myl inbox. Thank you.

  6. 24th April 2018 / 16:22

    It’s one of my favourite markets, Josephine, and was pretty good even at the beginning of March. As someone else said, it would be fun to go with you and have a jolly good browse!

  7. Sharon
    24th April 2018 / 16:40

    Lovely! I am going to Portugal and Spain in a couple of weeks – hoping to see similar markets on my trip!

  8. 26th April 2018 / 00:17

    I’m here in the U.S. drooling over this amazing assortment of color and texture. Thanks for the inspiration. I’ll be scouting for these French treasures over here in Texas.

  9. Nicole K
    26th April 2018 / 03:46

    I love everything except the return of the hippie aesthetic. I didn’t like it the first time around and am not a fan of it’s return! Sigh. Fortunately, there seems to be a return of the 80’s and 90’s and I do like the 90’s minimalism. Thanks for the lovely photos!

  10. 27th April 2018 / 10:04

    Hi Nicole

    I can probably do both looks depending on the situation. I’m not too sure about the 80s but I do like the return of 90s minimalism. I am about to photograph a 90s style trouser suit which will be featured on the blog shortly.

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