Sparkles, handmade and stripes
I mixed in this outfit some of the things I love the most: stripes, boyfriend jeans, sparkles and handmade jewels. I only used three colors for a tomboy effect, with a very feminine touch.
Have you noticed my amazing bracelet? Anna made it for me using sewing zip, it’s such [...]
Marinière t shirt and pleated skirt
New episode for the #Rubriga, a column about stripes and marinière style. Today I try to find a new way to pair a striped t shirt. Looking at this curvy outfit of the day please don’t ask yourself the two fearfull questions: do orizzontal stripes make you look [...]
Why the marinière is not a seasonal trend
La Marinière has nothing to do with the seasonal trend of stripes.
Marinière is a world, a way of being and an eternal classic, inspired by Breton sailors, immortal fashion muses, iconic actress and the sea (mainly the Northern sea, but I love my calm, blue [...]
Stripes to the third power
One sweater three ways
Today is a marinière day! My monthly guest post for the RubRiga is dedicated to ethical sourcing.
A few days ago I read about a German man who lives without using money and he manages just fine. For housing he does fix-it jobs for a [...]
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 [...]