I hear the call of the wax and I’m very glad

Hello everybody

If I listened me, I would put wax extremely often on my blog.

I refrain from doing it because I too quickly felt locked in the box ethnic clothes designer and frankly it is not a trick that I appreciate because it is reductive and it is not my approach as stylist.

That being so, I like the prints in general so inevitably I like the vast majority of printed matter on wax fabrics.

There comes a time when desire is stronger than my fears and the need to post wax shouts in my head.

Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane
Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane

Today is the day when I decided that whatever happens or whatever is said to me to be contrarian (which might imply that I am only a creator of ethnic clothing), I must post wax, more precisely those two wax dresses that I adore and that you have already seen over and over again on Jordane if you follow me on my Facebook 2-facebook, my Intagram 1-instagram or her.

The print as you see is the same, only the colors differ.

The pattern is so strong that accessorization I made in the simple.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Jordane

 You must know that Jordane wears her dresses in all seasons so I wanted to remind people that the wax is portable throughout the year even though the majority of women who wear it already know it.

The first dress, the green, which is a dress babydoll and that has already been seen during a challenge French Curves (photos below)

is first worn simply with a minimalist and elegant accessorization at the same time.

Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane
Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane

Jordane’s haircut, at the time when the picture was taken, being a bit boyish I put a pair of earrings that do not swear on the outfit but remains a strong piece that confers a pretty port head to Jordane.

The leather bag bought in an attic space is the vintage touch that I always like in my looks.

A pair of opaque stockings (in a dark shade of the green of the dress) bought from C & A that sells large sizes and a pair of boots from an old collection of bonprix finish the look and bring a small print on print to the whole in a subtle way.

Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane
Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Jordane

Sometimes little things can change a garment and allow the look to tell another story and that’s what I did in the other 3 versions.

First an electric blue turban cap to revive a bit the trend color block associated with a pocket of an old collection of H & M and all of a sudden Jordane is ready for a lunch and I must say that it is the Version that I like the most because it mixes cultures, the continent also, Europe/Occident/Africa.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Jordane

The second version brings a hint of Parisianism attitude in the provinces (without the contemptuous dimension of the expression) with this wool beret bought at Galerie Lafayette to which I associated this leather bag that I find both vintage and avant- garde in its form.

The latest version has its trendy touch thanks to this hat from the current collection of H & M that I bought and that I also in black.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Jordane

The whole is enhanced by a pair of shiny black pumps in order to bring a little glam attitude at the pace while being sexy without being in the ostentatious unveiling. Heel for me is still the quintessence of femininity.

 

The second dress, the blue (which was for the anecdote the first piece in wax that I made for Jordane years ago) is just straight, very simple in short.

Jordane dans sa robe en wax bleu en 2013
Jordane dans sa robe en wax bleu en 2013

Jordane in her dress in blue wax in 2013

In terms of accessorization I first played on the contrasts, associating it with this small orange bag satchel. At the moment I am in my desire to return to the colors block as you may have realized above and indeed I always liked the complementary colors.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Jordane

I then brought some material suitable for winter time with this orange/blue and gray wool bag from Parfois seen already here,Picture by Nafissath Abdoulaye ; Model: Fayçalath which gives a dimension a bit casual to the whole I like enough.

For the last version I stayed in the same range of color with the will to put before all worth the dress and its printed.

For the decors I didn’t have much to do because being a photographer and a plastic artist there my work everywhere in my living room which often resonates with my environment.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Jordane

So here is how the wax makes its big comeback on my blog.

I leave you with some pictures behind the scene (what happens behind the camera and that you do not see) of the session of shooting with Jordane but I return soon to make you win three pretty things.

Stay connected, you’ll love it even if it’s presumptuous of me to assert it but I know you’ll love it.

Behind the scene

 

Je vous aimebrasse. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF.

Nafissath AKA NSQOL

 

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Design & stylism by N’sqol

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