The Breton Tee

Imagine taking romantic strolls by the Seine river, or becoming immersed in the works of Picasso and Matisse or eating macarons 24/7. With dreams of going to Paris one day, I have decided to start by learning a bit about french fashion.

The breton tee is a wardrobe essential I have been after for a while now. It’s simple, chic and very parisian!

Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance

– Coco Chanel

Here’s a look I put together for those chillier days

        

Coat: Second hand from Ruby Boutique
Breton Tee: Glassons
Pants: Glassons
Shoes: Vintage Bally from Sally Army

Here are some links to similar tops: Forever21
Twenty Seven Names

One more thing (or person) I feel I must share about France, is Jean Baptiste Maunier.
Now I don’t know about you, but I think this boy is one of the best lookers I’ve seen in my 19 years of existence. Up there with James Franco and Alex Pettyfer. He was cast in French film Les Choristes as a singing lead character at age 12, and even then he was rather cute. Not only good looking, but this boy has the voice of an angel and wit as sharp as a tack!
Here’s a pic of him as Pierre Morhange (12) and the now-22-year-old babe:
 

So that’s all from me today, but please hit the favourite button or leave a comment if you enjoyed this post, or subscribe to my blog as I have lots more coming your way!

Caio bella,

Liv x

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