Pull LE BALBUZARD
One word: FREEDOM
Everything is spectacular:
The deguingandée line, slightly trapezoid,
very long sleeves, square armholes,
The height of the ribbing contrasting with the bare finish of the neckline which is hemmed on itself.
A center line completes the architecture while at right angles
4 exquisite colors: bottle green, blue, black, apricot.
A look that oscillates between arty and bohemian-chic.
Oval neckline, charming with the possibility of revealing a blouse or a necklace.
Everything is grace: ribbings, quivering like dimples,
mini ribbing at the neckline but finished at the bottom and raw cuffs, hemming on themselves.
4 exquisite colors, burgundy, yellow, blue and black ...., transcended by a jersey mounted inside out, with a curly appearance.
Many reasons to adopt our darling sweater, elegant like the bird avocet which strides gracefully on our lagoons:
you wear it like nothing, does not break the silhouette. An almost perfect classic ...
Pull LE FAUCON
Slightly long sweater, knitted all in one piece,
Turtleneck without demarcation neckline
, which you can wear in two ways:
classic and perfectly installed like in the sixties magazines,
or sagging in a rock and roll style.
A hint adjusted, it lands on the small hips,
or tuck into the belt by tying it up lightly.
4 shimmering colors, apricot, yellow, bottle green and burgundy.
after 30 washes !!
(Rapport n° 2020-07-22-001-30 du 27/08/2020)
Consumer Masks Category 1 (UNS1), individual face mask for use by professionals in contact with the public
For comparison, the filtration rate of surgical masks, usable once, varies from 95% (type l, the most common) to 98% (types II).
I am still so pretty with my Anne Elisabeth mask
I hear your desires of feminity. For a long time became established between us a dialogue made of colors, freshness, peculiarity. Still further, I would dare, it is my inner music.
Yes I dare ever stronger prints because you are incredibily audacious. You raise luxuriant gardens, road books, we travel together, we speak flowers and cities, orchards and fowls.
You told me that I accompany you in your life, I tell you you are my heroines.
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