As in Serge Gainsbourg, and Jane Birkin. Cool as fuck, mai no?
The hat is a vintage late 1950s gem, soon to be listed. The top is by an up+coming French label called Antik Batik- it's a quiet little romance of a top, done in perfect summer plaid; a perfect pairing with the vintage French Glen Plaid blazer, with matching hues of rusts, citrus, and spring greens. The style is called a Justine Tee, and it originally retailed for $125. We recently sold it to a stylish soul for an affordable $30. Now, that's a lot of oohlaalaaa for not a lot of beau coup bucks!
The jacket and top are French, however, the pants and the clutch are truly global. Genuine Scottish Harris Tweed in vivid green plaid and orange wool make up this stylish clutch (it even has vintage mid-century fabric lining the interior- tres chic!) while another world tradition- a loomed cotton textile in stripes make up the laid back pull on capris, handmade in Mexico. Since I'm an American tossed salad of Scot-Irish and Mexican, I guess I'm really feeling represented by this ensemble. I see it as a (fashion) plate of summer greens, served up with a side of French dressing. What do you think?
- vintage hat, (listing soon)
- Le Lilas vintage plaid blazer (buy here)
- Antik Batik, contemporary cotton top (SOLD)
- Lobos del Mar, cotton stripe capris (buy here)
- Harris Tweed green/orange wool clutch (buy here)