At Fab, we're always drawing on our favorite films and fashion memories for newly inspired style, so when we happened on the OnSugar blog Miss Poppins' Purse, we had to share her sweet Parisian style, inspired by a childhood favorite.
Growing up, I loved Ludwig Bemelmans' Madeline. I loved how neat and tidy Miss Clavel always tried to keep the girls, and how little Madeline always seemed to mess it up. I loved the "old house in Paris, that was covered in vines." But most of all, I loved the way those twelve girls dressed in their "two straight lines." Perhaps my fascination with their matching yellow capes and hats represents my early eye for fashion, or perhaps I just wanted to be a part of Madeline's world and her Parisian adventures.