Visit to St.Tropez market June 23. It was very hot and crowded last Tuesday when I visited the market. This is unusual for early June as it is not that crowded and busy until July and August. I did manage to get through the narrow lanes between the stalls and take some photographs of what I consider to be classic St.Tropez fashion. The styles tend to be very casual and colourful with a 1960s vibe. Above are a selection of maxi dresses and tunics in bright vibrant colours and prints.
This was definitely my favourite dress. I was very tempted however I do have a similar one already and I am trying to keep my wardrobe in check after so much decluttering and recycling.
Selection of Kaftans:
I loved these colourful mini dresses/tunics. Personally, I would wear one for a walk on the beach or teamed with a pair of cotton or linen trousers.
Another stall caught my eye. Greens, oranges and blues seemed to be popular colours
Visit to St.Tropez market June 23:
A French market would not be complete without a garlic seller. I use garlic every day in my recipes. It is delicious and is apparently very healthy,
I just loved this bag shop that I found down one of the side streets.
Both St.Tropez and Grimaud have an eclectic selection of art galleries. This one caught my eye as I walked from the Port into the centre of the village.