Pinstripe shirt and white denim in winter

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Curvy and Plus size fashion: a classic shirt and white jeans during the winter

In the curvy outfit of the day I try to answer three frequent questions: – Where to find the perfect shirt for curvy and plus size women (expecially the busty ones) – How to wear a classic pinstriped shirt – [...]

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Marinière and travel

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Curvy outfit of the day: striped dress on vacation

New episode for the RubRiga column, today a marinière travel version.

I went on vacation for a few days the last week and I visited an amazing place called Salento. It’s placed in the deep South part of Puglia and it’s full of baroque architectures, [...]

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Breton stripes and la rubRiga

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French style in black and white

This is a post I write for the RubRiga, a fashion column about Breton stripes, created by some of my favourite bloggers: Bailing In the mood for love Caia Trashic Clarissa La stanza degli armadi Giulia 30something Meggie Des Petit Pois Gris Sandra The slow catwalk

RubRiga is [...]

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A Madrigal of Sorrow

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A sketch inspired by “A Madrigal of Sorrow” Charles Baudelaire

Que m’importe que tu sois sage ? Sois belle ! et sois triste ! Les pleurs Ajoutent un charme au visage, Comme le fleuve au paysage ; L’orage rajeunit les fleurs.

What do I care though you be wise? Be sad, be beautiful; your [...]

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Marinière, Vintage and Illustrations

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From the seacoast of Brittany to my sketchbook

The French marinière (the typical Breton sailor shirt) is essential piece in my wardrobe. A timeless classic, the striped nautical style reminds me quiet coastal towns, retro-looking bathing suits, romantic bathing-huts of the early 1900.

I envision myself walking somewhere on a French Atlantic Coast looking [...]

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