Coquelicot was a big favorite of mine for a very long time. The print is quite low-key, at least by my standards, with an emphasis on gray silhouettes and shadows, and only a few actual poppies in full bloom.
But then again, isn't the poppy about a million times more valuable before it blossoms?
Relaxed but a bit sophisticated, flattering and flirty without going overboard... a few variations on hemline and sleeve length, and I could wear this cut every day of the week.
I know, I know. Dressopotamia would suffer, and we can't have that.
But doesn't the twisty neckline make you wonder if maybe, just maybe, we could pull this off?
You did read the bit saying I've had Coquelicot since June 2001, right? Things happen.
All photos by Claire Loeb!