Sunday, November 28, 2010
Don't you love it when you 'borrow' clothes from you bf!
I'd been eying off this military sweater for some time and now it is mine!
Sweater: Courtesy BF
P.S. I have an absolutely fabulous giveaway for my lovely readers coming up next post, stay tuned.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Earlier in the year, on a quick visit back to Australia, I had the chance of catching up for a second time with local photographer Nichol Brooklyn.
You can check out our first collaboration here - baby you can drive my car and here – summer in the city.
We grabbed the camera, threw on the heels and headed into the botanic gardens for some fun.
I had a great time whirling and twirling in the exquisite tulle creations by Ouma Clothing.
Stay tuned for part two coming soon!
Allison Wonderland Dress: Ouma Clothing
Belt - DIY
Shoes - DIY
Monday, November 15, 2010
Yesterday I had the pleasure of catching up with the beautiful Nahna Loves Fashion in Munich.
We had a great time sightseeing and indulging in some delicious Bavarian fare.
Only two more sleeps...
Denim shirt - also seen here: Pimkie
P.S. Big thanks to the fabulously talented TF for the impromtu photoshoot - subway stylz!
Monday, November 8, 2010
Apologies for the brief hiatus, I've spent the better half of a fortnight in Romania, (internet-less), and what a wonderful surprise it has been!
In terms of shopping, Romania has to be one of Europe's best kept secrets - with an abundance of amazing malls and incredible bargain shopping.
Vintage knit (courtesy Grandma)
Jeans, Pepe Jeans
P.S. The countdown to my birthday is on, and I picked up the most perfect party shoes in Milan - can't wait to share with you soon!
P.P.S. Here is a fun video from Discover Germany which tells the story of my recent visit to Berlin. You can check out the youtube video here.
Monday, November 1, 2010
I was asked by one of my readers the other day if I like to DIY when it comes to fashion and the resounding answer was YES!
I absolutely love to customise my style as much as possible, from simply changing over buttons, to reconstructing an oversized vintage bargain.
This is one of my favourite DIY outfits. I absolutely fell in love with the print of this (what was oversized) vintage dress, so I brought in the seams and customised the hem-line.
Inspired by this fabulous Louboutin DIY, courtesy of the wonderful ...love Megan, I also had a field day DIY(ing) these Target stilettos and finally, the belt, a left-over piece of chiffon.
Shoes: Target - DIY