LAVENDER

Another simple outfit post, sans le sac because I have grown to hate carrying a bag with me. I  get around the inconvenience of this by always being able to find someone else’s bag or pocket to hold my essentials. This dress is really old, I think I wore it for one of my birthday parties and since then have…
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ORANGE POP

Quite honestly I thought that neon was the last trend that I would ever try, I am way more of a pastel and nudes kind of girl. It started so subtly that I barely noticed; with an experimental shade of lipstick and then these crazy bright shorts. They were also really affordable (H&M, probably like the first thing I’ve bought…
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PRIMADONNA

I was doing my routine ‘wardrobe curation’ a.k.a throwing things out and I came across this skirt I bought in Shanghai about two years ago. I think I had only worn it once but I have kept it because of the lovely print of 1920’s ladies. To turn it into a top I deconstructed, pinned then sewed the pieces together…
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SUMMER SPIRIT

These are the last set of photos taken by Alex Stewart and they are one of my favourite shoots ever! I had quite a simple outfit on, a white tweed jacket with pastel flecks and a yellow lace skirt worn as a dress. This was a really fun day, the weather was amazing and the streets were thriving with people lounging…
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THE MADRAS PLAID PARADE

I don’t usually mix patterns and colours together but the concept of madras itself insists on a Crayola combination; a wonderful bombastic mess of pink, blue, red and yellow lines that somehow harmonize to produce a feast of rainbow hues. I kept the rest of the colours simple, blue white and red for the cardigan, little shorts, pretty socks and…
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