The botteh pattern dates back all the way to ancient Persia. The pattern was introduced to Europe in the 1640s. Decades later weavers in the Scottish town of Paisley began utilizing this pattern in the production of women’s shawls, hence the origin of the name. Inspired by history, we present you Look no. 75 – Botteh.
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Paisley-print ruffle top (JW ANDERSON) →Get it! Leather bag (OLYMPIA LE-TAN) →Get it! Shoes (COLIAC MARTINA GRASSELLI) → Get it! Mirror denim skirt (TU ES MON TRÉSOR) →Get it!
Albert Einstein once said that if we want to understand everything we should look deep into nature. Here at Unique Attire we believe that one of the main characteristics of nature is that everything in it is absolutely unique and colorfully harmonic. Inspired by this harmony we present Unique Chic 6 outfit for women featuring some remarkable pieces.
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White with blue heart print dress [RED VALENTINO] >Get it!
Flower shaped small fabric bag in red [LOVE MOSCHINO] >Get it!
Queue de Pie 100mm leather pumps [CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN] >Get it!