St Goustan port, Brittany

Looks the 5 November 2013 by Max as "the driver"

Romano came spending few days in Brittany, least we can say is we didn’t stay quiet. As soon as he had finished shooting the look “On the Run” in Lorient, there he was, driving towards Kerbastic for a new photo shoot. The day after, we met at this little port called St Goustan, I didn’t want him to miss anything during his stay here. The outfit was adapted, peacoat from Petit Bateau and brown chinos from Minimum echoeing the half-timbered houses.

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Kost desert boots

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I didn’t bring Romano in St Goustan to remind him his birthport (as he is from Marseille), just to make him discover the charm of this coastal village. Only two steps from the café terrace where we were sitting was the Loc’h ramps, abutments of the old castle of Auray.

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It was now time to have a walk in the narrow streets of St Goustan, very authentic. The city being built in a basin, there are many difference of heights from each side of the river. Once you reach the top, going down these sloping streets can turn to be a tough thing. As always with Romano, we couldn’t remain serious and our visit ended with short hops all along the slope.

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Coat: Petit Bateau
Shirt: Selected
Chinos: Minimum
Belt: Selected
Bag: Cowboy’s Belt
Shoes: Kost

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  • Julien

    Sympa le manteau revers marinière, et ce paysage…très rafraîchissant!