Now this is fab. This is what I would look at AND copy immediately if I were a designer for the Gap or J Crew. I love the huge cut offs and the beautiful small prints—echos of Cacharel circa 1966. Check it out!
i love how similar yet different these two outfits are. the wild printed blouses are worn by both girls, but one is more laid back with denim shorts, the other more refined with the tight tweed pants. this might just have to be my new screensaver!
The patterns of flowers, animals, spots … are all the rage in our style.
The important thing is not to fall into the temptation of buying clothes stamped commercial super chains like Zara and H&M (like the one on horses) because they are too obvious, it is better to invest a little more and buy something a little more special.
Hi, I took exception to the Ruth Montes Personal Shopper comment. Exactly how do you find these ‘special looks?’ Most of us cannot afford hundreds of dollars to buy that one piece, especially if it is only for a season. I’d rather buy the blouse at Zara’s and have something stylish than not.