My look(s): Botanical print(s)…Orange blossom

The spring has (finally) come and with the long sunny days, the patterns “borrowed” from nature seem to be quite attractive, particularly the botanical prints – not just and merely the floral ones. Some say the botanical prints resemble the 1950s. The others recognize the early seventies, however the orange blossom is the botanical print I have chosen for this (not so early) spring. Different nuances of orange and cognac in botanical pattern print on white linen slim-fit casual shirt with the orange cheche and assorted details – watch and glasses, all matched with the belt and the sandals make you feel comfortable for the early afternoon and a cup of the ice green mint tea. Half way between a mysterious ryad in the Medina of Marrakech and a lovely terrace of an old Cafe in Menton…


Azzaro, Bally, Giorgio Armani, Cerruti… Un été pas comme les autres!

Previously on this blogSummertime… and the clothing is orange!


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