As promised, here's part two of yesterdays Fur and PJ/lounge wear Theme Party! Wearing a cotton PJ in a toile de jouy pattern and throwing on a fur collar and scarf before enjoying my coffee by the computer. Weekend morning bliss!
Fur it up/H it up/Cosy it up
• Vif Argent Gavroche
• Grey fox fur collar
• the indispensable fingerless gloves
The Toile de Jouy pattern is named after the "Manufacture Royale de Jouy", a factory opened in 1759 by Oberkampf, in Jouy-en-Josas, a small town southwest of Paris. Toile is french for canvas or cloth, and Jouy represents the abbreviated name of the town.
Typical toile motifs often tell a story, with isolated vignettes of historical figures, pastoral images or rural landscapes, and are usually printed in red, blue, brown or green on white cotton.