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Are you maintaining a kind of tradition with some of your favorite brands ?
Small or big habits that you keep repeating each time with delight and a touch of impatience ?
Let me confess mine. First, I can’t get enough of the Petit Bateau sweater dresses in winter time, then the panties from Oysho and obviously the Cendrillon ballet flats by Repetto…
Lately I also noticed that the french brand BA&SH always manages to seduce me with their dresses. “Their” might be a strong word because this is a rather expensive brand and I can’t afford at all to buy the whole collection. Let’s rather that I’ve been religiously purchasing one BA&SH dress per year.
As far as I can remember their names were Augustine, then Edouard, Blondie and today’s newcomer is Rebecca.
Most of them have one thing in common, their tie & dye prints (which look different every time but still). I am kind of embarrassed for being so monomaniac !
Designers of the world, if you are interested to sell me some good pieces of clothing, you know my weakness and what to do.
But let’s get back to Rebecca, my most recent acquisition. I found this beauty during on sale after 3 months hesitating about purchasing her! I am glad that I did so here she is (featuring my little shiba inu doggy) !
Crowned Mister Shiba Inu Universe (love)
Espadrilles rule !
Since he took this breathtaking picture, my fiancé has officially upgraded his status to “International fashion blog photographer” !
high five !He looks so goofy on this one, I was laughing so hard when I was that picture for the first time !Never understood the meaning of that fountain masterpiece but hey, why not ?Did I mention that this tie & dye dress is SO SOFT ?
Tie & dye dress “Rebecca” BA&SH
“Giant hip” bag Balenciaga
Saint Laurent leather espadrilles
Are you a hippie at heart too ? Do you own a tie & dye dress (or too many like I do) ?