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Since my toddler days, I’ve greatly appreciated sailor clothing. There was something about the bright colors, the tailored pieces, and the cute accessories that has always caught my eye. I remember every time I went out shopping with mommy I would beg her to take to me Nautica and buy me a red and blue dress or a pair of boat shoes. ¬†Well, I guess that’s why it’s no surprise that when I stumbled over Luis Monteiro‘s Monaco Editorial for Tatler, I was speechless. These are some pictures you just want to dive into.

—joy

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I’ve always been a die-hard fan of balloons. As a child living in Canada, every time the fare would pass by our town, I’d beg my dad for two things; cotton candy, and a bundle of brightly colored balloons large enough to have me soaring away into the endless sky. That’s why it’s no surprise that the second I came across Luis Monteir’s shots for Tatler UK, I fell into a very very deep lust. My affection towards these pictures, the brightly colored balloons in large quantities, and the fact that they make me feel like a 4 year old girl again (wearing a very frilly dress and two pigtails) are enough to keep my jaw dropped for at least the next half hour of class.

—joy

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