Beach Boutique

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Rebena recently read a fashion blog about Club Monaco’s annual “Beach Boutique”.  We read that it was beyond amazing – full of rich textures, with a big hints of edginess, all inspired by the bohemian spirit.

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It’s been a long time since Rebena has stepped into a Club Monaco but I cannot tell you how super delighted we were when wandered inside.

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This seasons theme felt very bohemian beach with a minimalist yet luxurious approach.

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Although the luxury aspect has always been Club Monaco staples: cashmere and silks in muted tones or suede in tailored silhouettes.

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Rebena’s visit felt so fresh with a heap of details that balanced itself perfectly between edgy and ’70s boho.

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To put things simply, Club Monaco you’re killing it!

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I can smell the salt water and feel the sunshine.  Take me to the beach already…

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Sources: GlamHonestlyWTF, Club Monaco Beach Report

Tie Dye Feast

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Hot Colored Dress – $32.00 USD

As the temperature rises and vibrant color patterns become the norm, the increasingly popular tie-dye style from the 1990’s is becoming a hot commodity for streetwear enthusiasts.

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Batik Mini Dress – $36.00 USD

Filthy Rebena’s shop is bursting with original tie-dye designs from the 1990’s.  Rebena’s tie-dyed stock mainly consists of fashionable, handmade, artwork sundresses that were once sold at high prices in designer boutiques.  These bright, swirling, one-of-kind tie-dye sundresses are awesome for summer and are super easy to accessorize with beads, fringed cardigans and big hobo bags.

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Crochet Maxi Dress – $38.00 USD

So go check out Rebena’s stock of brilliant patterns, original Indian designs!  We can guarantee the quality of our tie dye clothes is unsurpassed and we take extra care in processing your orders.  Love, peace and happy shopping!

 

Granny Squares

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Granny square apparel is a cyclical fashion that peaked in the 1970’s. As Stitch ‘n Bitch series author Debbie Stoller describes:

If you grew up in the seventies, as I did, you might fear the granny square–if only because, for a while, clothing was made of nothing else. Granny square vests, granny square shorts, granny square hats. Heck, I bet there was some kid out there who was forced to go to school wearing granny square underwear.

Although particular color and pattern schemes for granny squares change with time, this class of motif is a staple among crocheters. Multicolor granny squares are an effective way to use up small amounts of yarn left over from other projects and basic granny square motifs do not require advanced skills to execute.

Soure: Wikipedi