Soy latte please

laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 8I was spending the week-end at my parent’s home a few weeks ago and between two endless family meals I managed to spend some quality time with them, which is something I hadn’t done for a long time. My dad and I went through boxes of military clothes left from his career in the French army. The kaki lover I am of course found some marvels like this short sleeves shirt and some similar ones in beige and white as well as t-shirt fresh out of the box.
laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 2laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 1laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 3laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 10laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 6laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 5laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 7laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 4laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 12laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 11laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 14laparvenue fashion blog paris raphaelle leboeuf 13In addition to their emotional value, the fabrics of these pieces are such good quality that they could last forever (I guess that’s  the least you can expect from military clothes right?). Of course they are a bit oversize but I’m sure I can style them in a feminine way and already have lots of outfits ideas to come! You don’t have someone who is (or was) in the army among your relatives/friends, you can still head to any thrift shop, vintage stores, or even army stocks. Trust me it’s worth giving it a try.
You may have recognize my monster fringed bag but I was wearing it on its black plain side for a minimalist look and to prevent threatening old ladies in the metro! I wish you the best for this upcoming week and see you very soon for another post and on my socials! Bisous.

Laparvenue

Pictures: Swann

Asos boots / Mango jeans / Military shirt / Christian Louboutin bag

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