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What To Wear In France! Oui Oui...





Our SS17 Collection has a mix of influences. 

Paris & Bognor.

Chic & Easy.

Classic & slightly mad.



Veering slightly away from the classic Breton Stripe, we introduce this seasons take on the traditional navy and white stripe. The striped skirt, jacket and blouse were all designed with our love for Paris in mind. It is a delicious mix of linen-y crunch and silky floppiness. 



 The Carly Bubble Dress is generously feminine, hinting at tradition, glancing at urban.

For strolls along the riverbank, or trips to the patisserie. You can layer up in the chillier climate with shirts underneath and cardigans over the top or wear sleeveless in the sunshine. Style as a skirt with a jumper thrown over the top.







The Gilly Kilt, with its wonderfully oversized fit, must be worn to any social gathering around food. The linen fabric has a touch of elastic, so it doesn't matter how many croissants you eat, how much cheese you consume - it will always fit.

Pair with a collared Papillon T Shirt and cardigan slung around your shoulders for the chic essence of Paris. 






Whether you are playing with the grand children on the floor, or sprucing up the gite before dinner, the Scarlett Overalls are perfect in all their slouchy glory.





 A splash of pink tulle from our Calypso tunic with a Netty sweater thrown over the top.
If you don't have a chance to dash back to your hotel between sightseeing and supper, a perfect day to night outfit.

And of course you can't go to Cannes without our versatile wear-either-way Cannes dress, available in a voile blue check, sturdy, stretchy pink stripes or a fragile broderie anglaise cotton. Reversible, it is laid back enough to throw on over a bikini and beautiful enough to wear to dinner, so you only need to pack one dress, not 2!



Finally the Parka covers all events, you can scrunch it up and layer up underneath while also having something lightweight and slightly bouncy to throw on for unexpected shade or breeze

xx C&R xx




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