22.5.14

etiquette lessons




jumper ; h&m . top : charity shop . trousers : ebay . shoes : charity shop

i just came out the shower and threw this on, im not really on my way to get etiquette lessons -though ive been contemplating polishing up on my more cultural skills as of recent, not sure what for- but its really really important pressing stuff, as you can see . the colour pallete is just too fetch for life- that shade of purple- to be quite precise a pastel lilac is one of my summer to goes atm. i think its important to have a select few colours to make sure you wont to go for anything and everything, you dont over spend but rather invest in a few collectables that can always be transferable. if you go back to my older posts you will notice i tried so hard to go with trends- and i cant. i just cant keep up and my outfits looks less that impressive! =( i just wanna keep it nasty, how do i tell my mum i'm just tryna make it nasty?? huh? lifes too short not to keep/make it nasty, "that's what i always say" (shrek says this about burping btw). get at me! oh yeah i was drinking wine if you havent already noticed. its healthy! #DUH

wear this : your local council estate, etiquette lessons



stay na$ty

20.5.14

dEthroning kings.





dress : charity shop . ribbon : cake . sunglasses : ebay . monster boots : ebay .


so its been an awful while guys (do u even remember me? lolz), and im not going explain myself really- ive been busy doing nothing to be quite frank. before i carry on this is my new room,- well part of my new room. so u can imagine what ive been getting myself into. 

my style is still strange but i guess i'm in a new phase of strange, i call this the youthful pop teen phase, my inspiration for this summer, typically classic teen high school movies, my most fave being clueless and most independent movies like clerks, pizza, napoleon dynamite even cartoons like power puff girls, dexters lab (remember dee dee's cute outfit). i spent most of the afternoon yesterday watching power puff girls i feel like i went for this graphic flower print subconsciously, now that i think of it. (ps i'm watching these shows for my research, like duh- not because i'm suffering withdrawal symptoms of growing up coz its my birthday soon, or whatever... ). I am now avoiding jewelery that inst a choker or the last of my few rings, once i loose these i'm done buying rings- honestly i loose all my shit and i'm just over this. consumerism wins all the time, and now i just can't afford to care. my chockers and sunglasses are always in a bag or on me- so i never lose them. last but most relevant! my hair = mia. wallace!

where to wear this: anywhere!! on your way to throwing shade at frenemies or simply dethroning kings. whatevz

$tay na$ty!

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18.5.14

I'm NOT Loving It!| Moschino AW14

 

Hi guys!
So the sun is starting to set a little later and the rays are starting to feel a little warmer. That can only mean one thing right? Spring/ summer is coming! Now as we get closer to what maybe my favourite season in fashion, we all tend to find ourselves watching and flicking through catwalks and collections to see what’s in store for the oncoming season. For our fashion forward friends, this means pepping for autumn winter.  Only a couple of months ago we were enjoying fashion week(s) or month in that matter. As we focused on the four leading fashion capitals (Paris, New York, London and Milan), there was a single collection that managed to single-handedly be the talk of the industry before the Milan fashion week was over. A rather strange thing to occur as all collections are usually looked at and we try to find repeating patterns at the very end.

 Nevertheless, Moschino has been the talk of the town, for all the wrong reasons really. Moschino never fails to disappoint. But this time, they have subsequently failed and disappointed.  Jeremy Scott was the man behind this atrocity. Although we must applaud him for the creativity and bravery for this collection, we also have to question the thoughts behind it, or if there were any thoughts to it all.  Jeremy Scott started as creative director at Moschino late October and he was keen on starting to design for the brand.
It feels as though Jeremy might have an unhealthy relationship with fast foods, or is it that he missed out on his childhood? Fashion appreciates any designer that can take what we see every day or ordinary things and transform it into something fabulous. But Moschino’s collection took the idea of ‘ordinary things’ a little too literal.