I think that if colours were people, grey would be a serious, steady, grumpy, maybe a bit boring, person. On the contrary, yellow would be a contagiously happy, outgoing, lively one. Probably because opposites attract, grey and yellow are a match made in heaven!
The word Tomboy is first recorded 1590: “wild, romping girl, girl who acts like a spirited boy”.In fashion, Tomboy style came in time of the Roaring Twenties. According to “Tomboys: a literary and cultural history” by Ann Abate”while flappers were infamous for their possession of their hyper-feminine qualities like wearing short dresses and being flirtatious, they were simultaneously known for being boyish, and, frankly, even tomboyish.”
i don’t know if it’s because I’m the kind of person who always looks on the bright side, but chunky sweaters, wollen scarves, beanies, boots (and a cup of hot spicy tea!) make me realise that winter’s not that bad… Read More
If you know me a bit, you’d probably know how much I’m into vintage and how it is at the heart of my collections, in fact, the exclusive use of authentic vintage parts are hallmarks of MAYLILY’s signature look! So, when I came across Leonardo Chiti and his brand Deuda Vintage, I thought I just had to write about and share it with you. Read More