Dear Nicole,It’s been almost 5 months since you’ve left and your absence is noted.
I still cannot understand the reasons behind your decision to travel all over the world.
But I’ll keep my promise and keep you posted of any important or juicy news.
The most important was Lena’s wedding.
The most juicy was Lena’s bridesmaids.
Lena is notorious for her sense of humor.
And she proved it by asking her bridesmaids’ to wear a “perfecto”.
Oui ma chérie !! A leather jacket !!!
They were free to choose any outfit, on one condition … to pair it with a perfecto.
You cannot imagine how creative and stylish you can be with a perfecto.
Just pair it with lingerie, a slip dress, velour trousers or satin skirt.
It looks perfect with a lace detailed camisole.
“Fashion is what you buy, Style is what you do with it!” Do you remember who said it?
Trust me, Lena’s bridesmaids did it impeccably well and her wedding was the most unconventional ever!
When searching for the perfect pieces, embrace the style challenge and fall down the dress hunt rabbit hole.
After all, opposites attract. When styling, rather than go all in on structure or totally soft and romantic, strike a balance.
If I’m not wrong, Nicole, you have applied the same theory to your everyday life!!!
Enjoy your crazy adventure, take care of yourself and wear something fabulous.
In 1928, Irving Schott designed and produced the first leather motorcycle jacket and named it after his favorite cigar.
To this new generation of “bikers,” the Perfecto was a symbol of the excitement and adventure. Perfecto was worn by Marlon Brando in the 1953 seminal movie “The Wild One” and by James Dean.
Throughout the 70s and 80s Schott became synonymous with the punk rock movement. Perfecto was the uniform for rock stars like The Ramones, Blondie, Joan Jett and The Sex Pistols.
Later it was styled by many fashion designers by proposing the contrast between a tough leather jacket and delicate – feminine patterns or fabrics.