Nautical blue and white, or red and white, horizontal stripes are so French aren’t they? We saw them all over France.
Check out baby June Blair here. She’s rocking the stripes. Looking very French in France.
So while we were climbing up Mont St. Michel, we passed a Saint James shop full of French stripes. I warned Gabby and James that we would be stopping here on the way back down, and that I would be spending a fair bit of money.
You see, it’s rare to see this many small Saint James stripes in one place. The Saint James Company was founded in Normandy, close to Mont Saint-Michel, in 1889, and their clothes are well made and super soft. The stores are mainly in France, but they do have a New York location at Madison and 79th. Here’s their website with seasonal collections. And they just recently made their clothes available online here. It’s still sorta hard to find the kids clothes though.
So I was ready to go.
I also bought this cute shirt for Harry. (It’s a “Robin Kid” by Mousqueton…you can get it here)
Because girls shouldn’t get all the great clothes.