It is almost like a mix of culture and or tradition merged with modern day beach wear styles. After a very hectic couple of weeks, I flipped through different style files and trust me to stare at the tribal prints section for the longest time. I’m happy it is over and there is lots of progress, thank God.
One thing I’ve also learned in these past weeks to to learn to stop trying to figure everything out at once. If you find yourself lost,
get draw a map , if you lost it, draw a new map and start all over. And whilst you have a map, be it a career map, job map, academic map don’t stay linear, it’s okay to go chaotic, it’s a map anyway. I’ve never seen a linear map, anyone who reads a map and wants to search for a place has to look through until they find that point or destination. One thing to keep in mind though is that in the end, we want to make sense of the chaos by connecting the dots to get somewhere. It’s a process, and it sure requires time and patience. Don’t fuss, it’s okay to feel uneasy, it’s a reminder you are always thinking, enjoy and learn as much as you can, on the journey.
So whiiiiile I wait, I’ll keep sourcing inspiration and keep working. Stella Jean’s beachwear collection is really inspiring and classy. A very talented Italian-Haitian designer, Stella Jean. I love that these prints can stand out, it embraces all body types and in addition to that, it is very different from most type of beach wears out there. The turbans and head wraps makes the ensemble interesting, fun and chic, a change in the beach wear fashion dynamics. As you may have noticed I love prints and welcome all kinds of statement prints. I would definitely rock most of these! Maybe next picnic?! *smiles*
What do you think?
Source: Stella Jean
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