In my opinion (humble, of course), contrasting things like simple clothing and massive jewellery complimet each other very beautifuly.
One of these bracelets – (from top to bottom) Azza Fahmy‘s The Pharaonic Tale Cuff Bracelet, Suhani Pittie‘s Gold Twig & Leaf Cuff, Jannijo‘s Doma bracelet – will add an exotic note to Topshop‘s Asymetric Botton Down Shirt, Zara‘s Ankle Cropped Trousers and La Botte Gardiane‘s Transat 2 sandals.
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If your eyes are craving for a eternal beauty and impecabble chic treat them with old good movie “Bonjour tristesse” based on Francoise Sagan’s novel. Givenchy’s costumes add special charm to this film about love, carefree and selfish youth and life of high society.
And here is the first proof that Hubert de Givenchy’s sense of style is timeless: bell-sleevs of Mylene Demongeout’s top came in fashion in 2016 when Melania Trump wore Roksanda Ilincic’s dress at the Republican National Convention.
Hybrid of jacket and cape, in which Deborah Kerr is going to the beach is a perfect inspiration of a modern designer.
Bows are playing a leading roles in “Bonjour tristesse”.
Bow makes Jean Seberg’s little black drees more sophisticated,
turns simple casual top into cute and elegant piece,
decorates decollete, waist and neck.
Girls (lucky girls) with tiny waist can highlight it using Givenchy’s tricks with red sash
or flap pockets below the waist.
P.S. Besides Givenchy’s clothing actresses are wearing Cartier’s jewellery
and Hermes’ accessories.
By the way, letters A and L on travel bag are not brand logo, but monogram of Deborah Kerr’s character – Anne Larson. And that’s what sense of style means to me: your clothes and accessessories draw attention to you, not to brands you’re wearing or size of your wallet.