Seashell Girl

laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeufSeashell is a symbol that happens to be omnipresent in my life as you may have noticed on my social medias. I’ve got it on a necklace I wear all the time, tattooed in my back, I use some as decoration items and now have it embroidered on this army jacket. To make a long story short about what this means to me I’ll say that it’s the allegory of my childhood and many other things that make me who I am now.

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Creating such pieces if beyond fullfilling and outstrips the simple fact of customizing (hate that word). Since then I’ve strated a new DIY project which is gonna take me way more time since I’m crocheting a big poncho/cape. Crochet, sewing and all that jazz are definitely not my sexiest hobbies but I love crafting unique pieces that I can wear in the street afterwards and say with nonchlance “where did I get this?! Well, I did it myself!” so thanks Mom for teaching me the basis! Let me know what you guys think of my work and how you feel about designing one’s own clothes! Bisous.

Laparvenue

Pictures: Swann

Mango boots and jeans / Tally Weijl sweater / & Other Stories bracelet / Nelly Jacket / Laparvenue jacket embroidery

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