Another simple silhouette that goes along the same lines as the light’s breeze. All colors in pastel vibes, like if they had faded from a higher fluorescent level.
A kind of summer rigor and definitely a perfect holiday-ish combination.
Isn’t pastel energy a unique way to bear the responsibility of color?
Check-out the RIVER ISLAND website and lose yourself among hundreds of clothing items and styling references. That sounds more than good. For us, a lean item is this vest in shaded tones from yellow to coral cotton, cut sharp & loose…
In pastel blue, these creased cotton pants from PEPE JEANS LONDON. Notice the flower lining. Roll it up or order a lapel and wear it over the MISTRAL pastel green denim board shoes.
A pearl-white leather HUGO bag. Even though white is not pastel, it’s this silhouette’s steal. It’s an elevating & elegant twist to the above basics. The making of it, from the handles, the key buckle to the subtle stiches, deserves your attention.
Thin & light metallic shades from JIL SANDER in purple & blue colors.
Hybrid shorts from O’NEILL, for a green-blue transition from the water to the land and quick dry performance as well.
The RITUALS pastel full range of sun & after sun care. We recommend the Anti-Aging, Water Resistant Advanced Sun Protection Lotion and the After-Sun Hydrating Lotion, moisturizing & refreshing. The Sun Protection Face Cream is a “that goes without saying” thing…
HERMÈS beach towel in terry toweling with a “seaside farandole” design by Pierre Péron in 1973.
Iced transparence from the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE tonic cocktail.
1. Fill-in a Collins glass with ice and 5cl of Bombay Sapphire.
2. Squeeze in a quarter of lime and add the other quarter with a stick of licorice.
3. Finish the mixture with tonic.
The image we cherish… BEN SHERMAN pale blue-yellow check shirt with thin collars.