Top with long sleeves high collar
Navy blue top in soft and shiny velvet, peach skin style, long sleeves and turtleneck, pretty retro look that reminds us of the 80s.
With velvet, choose simple and sober fabrics, cotton or jeans, which go perfectly with the latter.
For winter, all that is soft wool and cocooning knitwear go well with velvet for comfortable and warm outfits.
Over time, velvet became more modern and, above all, more democratic. Present on the ceremonial garments of François I up to the frock coat of the bourgeoisie, this fabric was not adopted by the workers until the nineteenth century. The latter then wear the Largeot trousers made of cotton or wool corduroy renowned for its warmth and durability. Closer to us, the seventies fall for the velvet failure and its light effects. Blazers, trousers and shorts are then cut from an ultra-coloured cotton fabric. Still as soft as ever, it is now machine washable and dries very quickly.