VICHY

Hoy es el último día de la primavera. Parece que el tiempo ya se ha estabilizado pero hace tan sólo una semana, a pesar de haber pasado el cuarenta de mayo, estaba lloviendo.  «Y ahora que me pongo» pensaba Tatta mirando al cielo. Lo bueno es que la temperatura era agradable: ni frío, ni calor. Tenía en el armario una de esas prendas que compró encantada en su momento pero que hacía tiempo colgaba de la percha. Los cuadros Vichy llegaron al mundo de la moda de la mano del modisto Esterel. Brigytte Bardott eligió esta tela para su vestido de boda, en vichy rosa, algo que rompió moldes en su época y que creó tendencia. Así que Tatta no se lo pensó más, entre otras cosas porque ya llegaba tarde 😉 Y pensar que antes solo era una tela que se usaba para manteles y servilletas…

Today is the last day of spring. It seems that time has already been stabilized but just one week ago, although we are in June, it was raining. “What should I wear?” Tatta thought looking at the sky. The temperature was nice yet: neither cold nor hot. She had in the closet one of those items that it bought delighted at that moment, but she did not wear long. The Vichy paintings came into the world of fashion of the hand of designer Esterel. Brigitte Bardot chose this fabric for your wedding dress in pink Vichy, which was groundbreaking at the time and it created trend. So Tatta did not think more, not least because I was already late 😉 And to think that was previously only a cloth that was used for tablecloths and napkins…

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Shorts – Zara
Shirt/Camisa – Mango (old) Similar Here
Shoes/Zapatos – Zara
Bag/Bolso – Blanco

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