Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Nice and Easy

When a knitted tank, camel wide legged pants, celine-esque tote, pointy heeled pumps and tortoise shell cat eye sunglasses are thrown together we get a simple yet effective ensemble.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Snakeskin Take

Here is my take on snakeskin patterned pants that is right on trend at the moment. These pants finish a bit above the ankle serving as perfect accompaniment with the double ankle straps of the heels… thin strapped stiletto heels are so my thang of the mo’. This flat-lay presented me with some grief, non fitted tops and straight legged pants don’t necessarily translate too well, but this outfit does look very dapper when worn, bible! ;)

Friday, November 4, 2011

Faux Burgundy

 Perfect for a balmy spring night.

Neon Dash

Mood dressing for a dreary Melbourne day but trying to keep it upbeat with a dash of neon goodness.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

She's long gone

That’s right, as of Thursday I’ll be long gone, gone to the island of Singapore to visit my sister. I’ll be away for 10 days and it’d be safe to assume that no posting will take place.The humidity in Singapore is pretty, as Khloe K would say cray cray, so I’m trying to steer away from bringing much polyester. Keeping it simple and sticking with monochrome, with a few exceptions, basics.

The title of this post is in reference to a Black Keys song that is a favourite of mine. If you’re a fan of the Blues-Rock genre, like myself, than this song might be for you. Check it out,

See ya!  

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Riders on the storm

I was listening to my sister’s copy of The Best of The Doors today and this was the outfit that translated. As a finishing touch, I'd definitely add a pair of aviator shades.

Favourite Door’s songs are Riders on the storm, Soul kitchen, Light my fire and The End. Should mosdef listen to, if you haven’t already.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Dusty pink


The only thing I would add to this ensemble is a pair of black socks to go with the boots. No accessories except one ring instead match with red wine coloured nails and lips, this colour is a favourite of mine but I’m recently feeling very inspired to use the combination, due thanks goes to Nicole Warne at www.garypeppervintage.blogspot.com

Have a great weekend!

Shimmy Sashay

If my last couple of outfits have been indicative of the weather than todays is no different. Colder and gloomier weather calls for an all black ensemble, I bought this Zara jacket about 4 years ago and it still remains to this day, my favourite jacket. The fluted black maxi has just the right amount of bottom flowy-ness to allow you to shimmy sashay your way through the day.

Feminine Friday


Just a quick post today, still capitalising on the awesome weather on offer with some colour & femininity. The silk halter neck is a beautiful coral and sits nicely on the body tastefully accentuating the bust, you can’t help but feel so pretty in it. The pants are purple with a subtle metallic shine, they are slim fitted, high waisted and taper down towards the ankle finishing just above, perfect.

I’d wear my hair all back in a high pony tail and when the sun sets add some red lippy, and you’re ready for a night out on the town.

Hello 25!

To suggest wearing your denim cut off’s during autumn would be quite presumptuous of me, right? Well, not today. Because today it’s a glistening 25 degrees in Melbourne, the sun is shining bright so let’s make the most of it. But just to keep you covered I’d still wear a long sleeve shirt & blazer just in case the weather  takes a turn for the worse, you just never know with the city of 4 seasons in one day.

Denim on denim is yes, so last season. But I still like the combination, it’s fresh & chic. The grey Zara blazer has shoulder pads reminiscent of the 80’s but they’re not over the top and cut & shape is modern.  I bought the digital watch in my favourite city Barcelona for €7.

Furry Accents

One limitation that arises with using flat lays to show ensemble ideas is that the shape and detailing of certain items i.e. tailored trousers & delicate fabrics don’t completely translate through the photos. The pants are high waisted, wide leg with middle pleats and a bottom cuff and the witchery top is in the style of a baseball top with the body being silk and the sleeves mesh. Unfortunately the photos don’t do this outfit proper justice, but hopefully you get the general idea.

To accessorize I’ve added a fur collar and patent peep toe pumps with a hairy zebra pattern.  The watch is, you guessed it my mums…ladies & for that matter gents take note keep everything for your kids, you just never know.

Trash to Treasure

Now fur may not be for everyone, but for me it adds a touch of effortless glam and pizzazz to an outfit. Everything in this ensemble except the sheer slip dress is from my collection of thrifted items I’ve accumulated over time. Op shopping is one of my favourite past times, nothing beats the thrill of finding a gem in and amongst piles of junk. Even if you wear it just once, for an item you most likely paid less than $10 for you get your money back with that one wear. After that, if it’s taking up precious wardrobe space, re-donate it and let the saying ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ work its magic.

Simple does it

In a period of penny saving, I allowed myself with much restraint one and only one winter buy from Asos, man that place gets me every time. And the purchase was this camel full length coat on sale for $120, score! And I love it!

I have always been an avid follower of the minimal aesthetic, I really believe less is more and I evidently developed this belief from my Mother, thanks Mum for loaning your gold chocker and bangle. The pinky ring is from Tiffany’s and I got this as a 21st birthday present from my Sammy Booboo, am I not the luckiest girl out?