LINEN AT JAC CADEAUX

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SHIRTS- POUR HOMME, POUR FEMME - UNISEX We are excited to announce our French Linen shirts are on their way. Pour Homme et Pour Femme our shirts are a unisex shirt to suit casual wear. We have chosen lightweight pure linen, sustainably farmed in France. Linen is, of course, a natural fiber valued for its exceptional coolness and freshness in hot and humid weather. Elegant and comfortable, a linen shirt also provides great sun protection for your skin. Our linen shirt is a wardrobe essential for stylish people of any age and gender. Choose from three colors, inspired by the French flag: Blue,...
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A FAMILY AFFAIR

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From my years of living in Paris I cultivated a sense of what was behind the French Women innate sense of style. One day while visiting the local “Franprix” supermarket I glimpsed out of the corner of my mind a thirty something brunette French lady in her Chanel jacket and faded blue jeans with a pair of Le Coq trainers. It worked 100%. She demonstrated the French's  great ability to wear casual with a touch of formal. The French also have a real penchant for canvas bags especially those with a lick of sequins. Other than the odd Hermes Kelly bag I...
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THE CLASSIC WHITE LINEN T-SHIRT

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You can never go wrong with a white linen t-shirt and a great pair of blue jeans! When I travel I always pack at least three linen t-shirts as they don’t seem to wrinkle and don’t need to be ironed. You can match a navy blazer and scarf and you’re ready to go to lunch or even to that dinner date. I like to also wear my white linen t-shirt with a formal black long skirt, mixing formal with informal to create a chic ensemble. Most people either choose between a V Neck or Boat Neck white T-shirt. Older ladies...
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BRONZED AND BEAUTIFUL

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The recent experience of a friend reminded me that, as well as being persistently stylish, French women also tend to have perfect complexions.Holidaying in the quaint town of Juan Les Pins, my friend’s pre requisite, pre-travel spray tan was beginning to fade and splotch, most of it had finished on her white linen t-shirt!After thorough exfoliation, her fair skin was more Lindsay Lohan than Marion Cotillard and her pretty linen Breton stripe dress with pastel sandals no longer seemed such a good idea.She searched the streets, enquiring in every esthiticienne beautician with her schoolgirl French, “Avez-vous un spray tan7'Each plea...
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I lived in Paris from 2000-2004. During my years there I learnt very quickly that the way we dress in Sydney is very different to the way one dresses in Paris. My personal style was about to take a huge learning curve. In Sydney it is not a faux pas to wear your active wear long past your spin or pilates class. In Paris it would not be acceptable to stroll down to the local boulangerie in your tights and sloppy joe. For my morning walks I would often slip on a pair of comfy trousers or jeans and team...
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