Stripes Ahoy!

Charlie Bradley Ross Monday, 5 August 2013

One of the oldest and most reoccurring trends in fabric and fashion history is the nautical stripe, as seen in this week’s fabric of the week, Pink & White Organic Stripe Chambray.


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WHO STARTED THE NAUTICAL STRIPE TREND?

Queen Victoria in 1846 who, on a whim, dressed her four-year-old son, Albert Edward in a sailor suit to board the Royal Yacht.

RE-BRANDING TO BRETON

It was French designer Coco Chanel that brought the look to women’s fashion with her signature look of the Breton stripe. Follow our facebook page and twitter for all our promotions and news!