The month of April is precious to me, it is my birthday month (because on the inside I am turning 7 not 27 eek!) I sometimes find it hard thinking of what I want for my birthday, seeing as you tend to buy what you want and what you don’t buy is usually not purchased […]
Gustav Klimt is an artist who’s work has always been very inspirational to me. The patterns, textures and graphic shapes in the paintings perfectly accompany his soft portraits. You can imagine my delight in discovering that the clothing that played such an part of his paintings actually existed! I’ll give you a quick re cap of the story […]
Sainte Maria Illustration Christmas has been and gone, and a post is soon to follow. But first we have to dive right into New Years Eve. This is the highlight event of every person who loves some extra flair to their style. Finally a chance, wherever you are, to poshen up, dress over the top […]
Ok, image heavy post, but how could I resist? Luella Spring 2010 RTW. It’s everything i love, polkadots, velvet on silky material, bows, pastels, 60s, ruffles, peter pan collars, scalloped edges, hearts etc. etc. I definitely need to DIY a huge polka dot bag with a white, plain square clutch and a sharpie!
Whenever I go shopping with my mom she always goes “You and your powder-colours”. Despite the fact that they completely wash me out and do nothing for my figure I just can’t resist them. And look at these adorable outfits I found on various blogs (guessing they’re all from style.com). The muted sparkley hotpants (new […]
Richard Gray is the amazing artist who illustrated these women. I love how powerful they are, they really pull you in with their eyes. I also love how some seem so simple while others are much more detailed, yet it never looks fussy. Great work, that definitely needs to be shared!
Love this picture, and that is pretty much exactly what I wanted to try when I find the perfect swag jewellery on ebay. And I marvel at the photoshop, since as we all know models don’t eat ice cream.
Today I finally made the skirt I had planned to make out of some fabric my boyfriend bought me in montmarte. It’s a scalloped skirt and I love it to pieces. It was worth all the back achey and persnickity work. The result looks like a candy floss pine cone. Pictures follow when I install […]