Deja Vu: Pajamas

                     Vogue Italy                                      Emilio Pucci

Did you know that A New Jersey barber named Samuel Nelson had been arrested by a policeman because he wore his pajamas in the street? A wise judge freed Nelson, calling his arrest “both asinine and stupid,” and warning the policeman, “Neither you nor I are censors of modern fashion here.” source


Trending this spring summer 2013: The Gypsy Style

Gypsy is a very ambiguous word that have various connotations, but in fashion it has a single meaning and that is a free style that allows you to layer and combine many shades and fabrics. I'm in love with this style thanks to the editorial 'Gypsy Queen', published in Grazia Spain of May. What I loved most about this editorial is the pair (Wide brim hat + gypsy scarf), it is such an ingenious way for covering the head from the sun and at the same time remaining stylish.


How to wear: The Denim Shirt

Denim has many fans all over the world, it doesn’t care about age or social class. The other day I saw my cousin’s baby girl (of 2 months) wearing a very cute dress in denim, she was stunning. It’s the first trend you probably wore, and if you look back at your childhood pictures you won’t be so ashamed of your old outfits if denim was part of them.

But let’s face it, sometimes it’s not so comfortable to wear a pair of jeans, especially if they’re tights. Moreover this fabric isn’t the ideal match to summer's heat, for instance, here in Morocco We try to avoid denim in summer and instead go with light fabrics to feel fresh during the long summery days. 

But to every rule, there is always an exception, which is the denim shirt. This piece is so easy to combine with several styles and items that it should be honored like the little black jacket. Don’t you agree with me?

Me and my twin went (again) to our building’s roof to take some pictures. My little sister was teasing us by saying that we don’t even know how to pose, due to our shyness and lack of experience in front of the camera. Still, it didn't keep us from taking some decent shots (what do you think dear readers?).

Fatima Zahra: