Unlike red, blue does not stands us out too aggressive, but it turns every simple piece of clothes into something unique. I love to combine it with white and black to gain sophisticated look. This year we wear jeans – whenever, wherever and in variety of ways. I’m totally crazy about Lindex jeans because they look perfect rolled up and I’m also crazy about the trend that is finally returned on the streets: tied shirt around the waist.
And here is my favorite paragraph:
In 80’s this famous tone could be heard everywhere on the radio: “I touched the bottom of the pool
In the little navy sweater, All torn at the elbows, Which I did not want to mend (Which you had given me I felt so forsaken)”. We grow up with this chours; we all imagined irresistible beautiful girl in trouble in the suit that matches with the color of her eyes. We all wanted to steal that sweater from it, regardless of its hole, since it is impossible to steal her eyes. We might say that Isabelle Adjani created navy blue. Or at least Serge Gainsbourg who wrote this cult song made for her. Gainsbourg was a lover. Artist at heart. He went so far and corrupted the color for a woman, the color that was, in France, by then used only for uniforms of firefighters. And, as is often case, Parisian woman agreed with him: this special blue is the color they adopted: it is the color of her pants, thick scarf she wears in winter, coat that falls over her knees, or stripes on her favorite sailor shirt. This blue is the color of depth of the night, the ink that is closest to the black, black which we celebrate so much. Parisians violate one of the biggest fashion rules: do not combine black and blue. She is discrete rebel, the weakest. But Parisian don’t care, she prefers the mystery of demonstration. Or she behaves like that in the absence of imagination. And unlike Adjani, this is content which is added because of her sober style: I wear dark colors to show everything I want to hide.
Lindex Denim Jeans (Corazon)
Clockhouse plaid shirt