I find fashion inspiration in the most unusual places, in this case Sandro Botticelli and his early Renaissance works.
Botticelli and his lush femininity had me thinking silk chiffon, crepe de-chine and soft flowing drapery.
Gazing at the painting, Primavera made me long for a return to softer dressing, to wear a subtle mix of the elegant with the womanly.
Words such as delicate, graceful and gentle came to mind and an obscure connection in a far away place had me re-interpreting my wardrobe
Lately I have been wearing the all tailored and while it’s the way I want to dress, I am in the mood to be more creative, to flirt with textures and loosen the lines.
Style Notes From Botticelli
it would seem that i am not the only one craving the soft and floaty
**and you will need one of these can’t-live-without thinstincts camisoles to work with the sheers… xv