Noa Noa's Splendid 1930s Autumn
I so look forward to seeing Noa Noa's catalogue imagery each season. It's always beautifully shot and the clothes are drawn from some era pre-1950 and the look is a mix of two or three decades which is what makes the layering of Noa Noa's looks so enticing. There's always a bit of peasant thrown in to keep things easy and we're seeing a bit of Little Edie Beale here, too. They also do great hats, underskirts and accessories - I have a tiny crochet capelet (it may be meant for girls but I like it) in a duck egg blue that falls just over the shoulders, it's so soft and it can be tightened up with the matching silk ribbon at the collar (which my daughter pulled out and I've been too lazy to weave it all the way through again).
These gorgeous interiors are really making me wish I had an extra room in our new house to do up however I want. But alas, the odd antique here and there will have to do for now.
And there's French bulldogs and pugs for you dog lovers. They might spray snot all over us when they sneeze but they are just so cute.
All images courtesy of Noa Noa