The stripes in her eyes

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Let’s be honest, I often get dizzy when I get a glimpse of my impressive collections of stripes and denim (we won’t talk about the shoes today, thankyouverymuch). Big of fine stripes, dark or light denim, I feel like some external force is literally pushing me to buy the same over and over again. Of course, I have dealt with the disapproving or half-amused looks of my shopping companions and tried so hard to focus my attention on other fabrics and prints. Nothing. Stripes and denim are my uniform, my signature. And yes, I hear you loud and clear, it’s basic. Basic? Certainly. Boring? Never.

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Sans mentir, j’attrape parfois le vertige devant ma collection impressionnante de t-shirts à rayures et de jeans (nous ne parlerons pas de chaussures aujourd’hui, hum, merci). Lignes larges ou fines, denim clair ou foncé, c’est comme si j’étais poussée par une force irrésistible, m’obligeant à toujours acheter la même chose. J’ai subi les regards désapprobateurs ou semi-amusés de mes compagnons de shopping, tenté maintes et maintes fois de m’intéresser à d’autres matières, d’autres imprimés, rien n’y fait. Les rayures, le denim, c’est mon uniforme, ma signature. Basique, me direz-vous. Basique ? Très certainement. Mais ennuyeux ? Surement pas.

Lots of Gingerlove,

-R

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What I wore: stripes from a little shop in Saint Malo | Zara denim | Esprit faux-fur | H&M hat | Pimkie bag | Mezura loafers

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