I also just wanted to let you know that I have used some of the historical information that you have posted about the Breton top on my blog. Two main types of Breton music are a choral a cappella tradition called kan ha diskan , and music involving instruments, including purely instrumental music. A colored bag, a beautiful scarf, a crazy pair of shoes, eccentric glasses… when you start with a basic, go crazy!
Origins of the ‘Breton Stripe':
Chapel Point Battery Site. Point Tupper Heritage Museum. White Point Hiking Trail. Trout Brook Provincial Park. Margaree Harbour Range Lighthouses.
Andrew's Anglican Church of Canada. House of Healing Church. Traveler Ranked Book Online. We found great results outside Cape Breton Island. Historic Sites , Specialty Museums. Mines , Specialty Museums. Scenic Drives , Hiking Trails. Inverness Beach Boardwalk Inverness. Middle Head Trail Ingonish. Les Trois Pignons Cheticamp.
Historic Sites , History Museums. Uisge Ban Falls Baddeck. Saint Peter's Church Cheticamp. Celtic Music Interpretive Centre Judique. Paul Island Museum Dingwall. The Big Fiddle Sydney. Louisbourg Lighthouse Coastal Trail Louisbourg. Glenora Inn and Distillery Mabou. Petersfield Provincial Park Sydney. Marine Atlantic Ferry North Sydney. It makes you think about the sailors every time you pull out a striped garment.
Happy shopping and thanks so much for stopping by! One of my favorites is Jean Seberg in Breathless http: Love this, esp the comment about berets. I once saw a couple in Paris, aged about 30 and obviously tourists, each wearing identical brand-new navy blue berets. That is a hilarious story! They actually do look like things that French girls would wear — nothing like the traditional, stereotypically French béret. Thanks for sharing — you may see it in a post soon, too!
This is actually pretty interesting and i really did not know about the number of stripes in the Breton sweater. I also just wanted to let you know that I have used some of the historical information that you have posted about the Breton top on my blog.
However, I did cite your blog and added the link to it. Below, is how I included it in my blog:. Thanks so much for thinking of Goutaste in your post. Now we know, fascinating! Is there any way you can remove people from that service? This design is incredible! You obviously know how to keep a reader entertained. Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog well, almost…HaHa! I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
There are tools which automate this time consuming process. Visitors can flood your page in no time, just type in google for: How about navy white striped dresses? What occasion is appropriate to wear a casual striped dress? So, if I were actually going for an over the top French look for a Halloween costume , what would you suggest?
Any suggestions for what bottoms and shoes to wear? I ddo believe all of the ideas you have introduced for your post. Still, the posts are very brief for beginners.
Mayy just you please prolong them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post. Now that, will make one look a bit too over the top. I love the stripes but find them harder to find in a plain shirt for men in the states, either long or short sleeve. It is a classic look! New Waves and New Stripes: Both women and men sported the signature look and soon even hollywood was playing along.
It was clear the stripes had become a real fashion staple. The French Closet Breton striped shirts these days are a closet essential , just like a black tee; they are as plentiful as baguettes on the streets of Paris. A naval uniform turned fashion staple! But use this staple wisely. June 13, at 1: June 15, at I like to add a little stripes to my wardrobe here and there. Adds just a little playfulness to any wardrobe! PS Your blog is adorable! And that rum punch looks perfect for a day like today!
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