After a long-period obsession with whites, I needed to shift as the seasons change. At first, I was a little bit skeptical about buying this striped top from Reiss because I never really liked horizontal-striped items. They always seems simple and fattening. However, I convinced myself to purchase this, simply because of the colors. I mean, peachy rose, and pale minty green are just the results of the combinations happening as you get closer to the textile. The green stripes are actually blue and yellow sewn together and the rose came from somehow brown and cranberry red. I just love the color play that I ended up buying this beautiful, fresh sweatshirt in a heartbeat.
Since I got back to Paris (about a month ago), I haven’t missed a chance at wearing loafers for the simple pleasure of making the most out of the sun and the absence of rain and muddy grounds. Whether they were Tod’s, Timberland or simple vintage loafers, I think they make the feet’s allure so more slender and human. Although it’s been shedding some rain now and then, I’m still hooked to them. They look like ballerinas, for men. Awesome. Right?
Reiss top, Dolce & Gabbana trousers, Vintage denim shirt,
Timberland loafers, Handmade Bracelet from Dubrovnik.