Sorry for being a bit slack with the blog of late. I have been slightly distracted by all the new season collections. Oh! There is so much deliciousness around! Here are my picks …
Maurie & Eve. Available at David Jones, QueensPlaza
Sass & Bide, QueensPlaza
Happy new year lovers! Hope it’s off to a great start for you all. The start of a new year is always a time to reflect on what you want to achieve in the coming year. I think 2012 is going to be a really great year for everyone. Just be true to yourself and who you really are – that’s what life is truly about. I’m going to be true to my fashion voice. What are your fashion resolutions? Here are mine …
Try new hairstyles
Wear more colour
Drape arm candy
Keep my nails beautiful
Experiment with new shapes
Be a poolside babe
Take more photos
We are Handsome – Violent Green, Elizabeth Arcade
Update my makeup look
Merry Christmas Follow the Fashion lovers! Here’s what’s on my Christmas gift wish list this year … What are you all wishing for?
From top to bottom: Deadly Ponies bag from Bessie Head, Broadway on the Mall. Bracelet from Sass & Bide, QueensPlaza. Clutch from Molten Relic, Molten Store. CB I Hate Perfume from The Loft, Broadway on the Mall. Shoes, Zimmermann, QueensPlaza. Fast La Maquina sunglasses from The Bunker Boutique, George St.
Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet of late. Life has just been a bit busy. No that’s a lie. I think I’ve just been uninspired. But I’m back and feeling more inspired than ever! Here’s some of the things that have caught my eye … and you may notice that there is some actual colour going on, not something I usually like … but it’s hard not to love the new season shades.
Garnsis, Elizabeth Arcade
Sass & Bide, QueensPlaza & Myer Brisbane City, The Myer Centre
Blak from The Bunker Boutique
Karla Spetic from The Loft, Broadway on the Mall
Dion Lee from Violent Green, Elizabeth Arcade
This gloomy weather has made me yearn for spring and summer to arrive even more, and these amazingly styled shots for Sass & Bide eyewear (modelled by some familiar faces!) have further heightened my anticipation. Tanned skin, singlets, smiles, sunkissed hair, and super cool sunglasses … that’s what summer is all about. And if you haven’t heard already – Sass & Bide are opening their first ever store in Brisbane City next week at QueensPlaza – spring/summer here we come!
Yes it’s that time of year again, Splendour in the Grass is nearly here. And if you are going then it’s time to start thinking about what to wear … here’s some looks that are inspiring us …
Faithful top from Garnsis, Elizabeth Arcade
Wildfox tee from Princess Polly, Adelaide Street
Stylestalker leather top from David Jones, QueensPlaza
Sass & Bide from Myer Brisbane City, The Myer Centre
House of Harlow from David Jones, QueensPlaza
The Bunker Boutique – this jacket will keep you warm!
Happy new year everyone! We are back from holidays and it gave us plenty of time to reflect on 2010 and decide on our 2011 style resolutions. We have so many! … be daring, wear more accessories, look to our muses, be prepared, achieve extra height, inject colour, wear more local designers … We are sure we’ll think of more as the year unfolds and we are even more inspired. What are your new year style resolutions?
Muse – Dree Hemmingway
Brisbane accessories designer – Lunatic
Muse finder: Jak & Jill Blog
Sass & Bide neckpiece, $250
Muse: Erin Wasson
Sportsgirl wedge boot, $159.95
Skirt, $70, top $65 – Princess Polly, Adelaide St, The City
One piece, $330 – Zimmermann, QueensPlaza
Necklace, $199 – Chelsea de Luca, James Street
Bracelet, $435 – Hermes, Edward St
Stolen Girlfriends Club shirt, $257 – Violent Green, Elizabeth Arcade
Fashion: Australian & New Zealand Designers, $80 – Borders, Albert St
Skirt – Lisa Ho, Wintergarden
Alice McCall leggings from Violent Green, Elizabeth Arcade, Brisbane City
Here are the first glimpes of local hero’s Sass & Bide’s autumn/winter 2011 collection ‘papa sucre’, as showcased this week at London Fashion Week. Featuring the design duos use of signature prints in black and white and neutral tones, gorgeous khaki pieces, stand-out red dresses, surprising pastels, and amazing neckwear, the range is sophisticated yet edgy and really what we always expect from one of Australia’s best exports. We can’t wait til next year! View the entire collection at www.londonfashionweek.co.uk