As the unforgettable interpreter of Truffaut’s “Jules et Jim” movie, the new bridal look Jeanne embodies a powerful and maverick feminine character, alluring beyond any standard beauty. And so it’s the Jeanne’s wedding look: free from vestments constraints, it expresses the conscious and joyous liberty of the female seduction power.
Sensually boyish and deconstructed, Jeanne is a mix look consisting of two pieces: a pair of ample and low waist trousers – a positive style point break in the bridal scene – in soft cady crepe stretch and a top made of two ethereal and charming rectangles in silk voile that can be joined through thin satin laces.
The look can be constantly reivented, according to the personal attitude or the event mood, because the top is decomposable: you can use the voile rectangles to create outfits always different: pure, exquisite two-piece top languidly laid down on the waistline, or superlight sleeves to cover just the arms as a smart cheecky corsair blouse, or even supersexy mono top which leaves naked the back ready for a killer evening wedding party.
The look mood changes by choosing the different linked accessories: a pair of fresh and tender organdy hydrangeas sweetens Jeanne, whereas the boyish, easy, “Fedora” in parasisal straw will transform you into an intriguing Nouvelle Vague movie star.