6 fashions that will never get old

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The white t-shirt

What do you wear it with? If it’s quality, everything. A black leather skirt. Under a sleek or printed suit jacket. Wide pants and a highly pigmented lipstick to counterbalance the relaxed side of the outfit. With or without lingerie underneath. But if one opts for it, one avoids the white bra.

The leather biker jacket

What do we wear it with? A little classic dress to break the codes. The sweater is a bit too big stolen from our father/brother/lover. Under an overcoat in winter, like a vest. We associate it with materials other than leather to avoid the too literal effect.

The Chelsea boot

Who does it remind us of? The Beatles, her first fans. The regulars at the Glastonbury Music Festival – when they’re not wearing Hunter rain boots.
What do we wear it with? Jeans or straight pants that break at the neckline of the boot. A very feminine dress with long sleeves, at least three-quarters. With shorts in a festival atmosphere.

The flowery dress
Who does it remind us of? Brigitte Bardot more feminine than ever in her curved models with aerial petticoats. Anna Wintour and her three-quarter sleeved sheaths. The perfect duchess Kate Middleton.
What do we wear it with? In winter, black tights and high leather boots. In summer, with sneakers, if the dress is very feminine, sandals if it is looser. More suitable for everyday outings than evening wear.

The blazer

What do we wear it with? The matching pants for a tailored effect, very fashionable for two seasons. Jeans and sneakers to break his strict side. To warm up a dress or a straight skirt. And one does not hesitate to raise its collar to make it more dynamic.

The trench coat
Who does it remind us of? All Burberry women. To Françoise Hardy and Charlotte Gainsbourg too.
What do we wear it with? A little dress like Meghan Markle. A turtleneck and jeans flare in a 1970s spirit. A thick sweater and cigarette pants, plus sneakers.

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