St Tropez shops

Shops in St. Tropez Jewellery

 

 

Locally made jewellery on a market stall in the village of Grimaud

 

 

When I am in the South of France I love to spend my Saturday morning exploring the shops in St. Tropez. The shop windows are beautifully decorated particularly the homeware shops.

I also check out the local market in our village every Thursday morning.

 

 

 

 

Table decoration in Window St. Tropez

 

 

So colourful and fresh and evocative of the sun, sky and sea.

 

 

cape and sleeveless jacket St. Tropez

 

 

St. Tropez fashion is relaxed with a touch of bohemian. Jeans combined with lacy tops and fringed accessories.

 

 

Grey spot outfit in St. Tropez shop

 

 

This shop caters for the more refined and upmarket clientele. I always love the way the put their outfits together.  Chic and very french.

 

 

wide trouser outfit in St. Tropez shop

 

 

Whatever you may think of the new wide cropped trousers they are au courant with french women of a certain age. Chicly accessorised with a scarf, necklace and some fun shoes.

 

 

Beach Scene St Tropez shots

 

 

A trip to Pamplona beach anyone?

 

 

White handbag St. Tropez window

 

 

I really love this gorgeous white bag.

 

 

SHOP THE ST TROPEZ LOOK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Comments

  1. Joelle
    14th May 2016 / 17:31

    Really love this post; always interested in what shops across the ocean are displaying. Love your comments also.

  2. Sue
    14th May 2016 / 21:05

    Beautiful sea-side shopping. I can only imagine such a beautiful place!

  3. Barbara
    14th May 2016 / 21:27

    Oh how pretty ! A delight to the eye !
    I would have to go shopping in handcuffs !

  4. lynn
    15th May 2016 / 17:05

    Lovely window displays

  5. Viv Butler
    15th May 2016 / 20:13

    Oh lucky you ! How I love those chic little French boutiques, so stylish, I do think they have the edge on us in so many ways, especially where fashion is concerned. (And hairdressing, off to Calais to have mine restyled at the weekend! )

  6. LesleyP
    16th May 2016 / 09:51

    A wonderful array of muted colours for which the French are famous.

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