Feeling very inspired to mix sleek pencil skirts with knitted sweaters thanks to the awesome street style photos from this year’s Fall 2012 RTW fashion weeks. I’ve had this cream pleather one for years and have been tempted a numerous amount of times to toss it but once again the inner hoarder voice prevails and I am glad it did, especially thankful since it has that sultry front thigh high split.
Really loving baggy boyfriend jeans at the moment, pairing it with a worn safari blazer to keep in line with an utilitarian theme but to compensate for the masculine shape I have added some glamour with a silk/mesh shirt, embellished choker & strappy stilettos.
Welcoming winter with my favourite all black. The key to keeping a black (or mono-colour) ensemble interesting is to mix in different textures to create a three dimensional look, I’ve used a patterned high waist midi pencil skirt, a knitted sweater and suede motorcycle jacket. Then accessorized with strappy stiletto heels and a leather hand bag.
What I’d like to be wearing on this 28 degree day.
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.
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!
Perfect for a balmy spring night.
Mood dressing for a dreary Melbourne day but trying to keep it upbeat with a dash of neon goodness.
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 cray, so I’m trying to steer away from bringing 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 than this song might be for you. Check it out,
While listening to The Best of The Doors today, 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, When the music’s over, Moonlight Drive and The End. Should mosdef listen to, if you haven’t already.