“Stripes are summer staple they never go out of style”

Kada nemam inspiracije uvek odem u prirodu. Ovog puta sam se našla u Sremskim Karlovcima. Sad mi je jasno zbog čega je ono poznato po pesnicima, jer mesto je i više nego inspirativno. Ovog leta je još uvek aktuelna prugasta majica i široka suknja, pa sam u toj kombinaciji prošetala Dvorskom baštom.

Prugasta Breton majica je bila standardni deo uniforme francuske mornarice od sredine 19. veka. Original ima 21 prugu u čast 21 Napoleonove pobede. Koko Šanel je 20-ih godina prošlog veka kreirala prugastu majicu i oduševila parišku buržoaziju. Breton majicu je nosila i Merilin Monro. Koko je stvorila modu koja je nosiva, udobna praktična, ali i elegantna.  “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” Coco Chanel

When I don’t have inspiration I look for it in nature. This time I was in Sremski Karlovci. This place is famous for its poets. This summer stripe t-shirt and wide skirts are still in trend, and in this combination I walked in Royal garden.

The striped breton shirt as we know it today was created shortly following  19th CenturyAct of France which introduced the navy and white striped knitted shirt as the uniform for all French navy seaman.  The original design featured 21 stripes, one for each of Napolean’s victories. Coco Chanel introduced the design to the fashion worldthrough her nautical collection in 1917. he Breton top became a symbol of haute-bourgeois loveliness during the pre-war Riviera years. The shirt was then made popular by Marilyn Monroe .“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” Coco Chanel

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