I know this has been coming up all month, but it has just hit me today that I have a week until Halloween. Personally, I love the idea of Halloween, but then when it comes to actually getting a costume, let alone getting ready my excitement quickly fades. Nevertheless, here is my current mood board of Halloween inspiration, ranging from myself AKA Iggy to the baddest little shark out. Or maybe I should just me a mouse. Duh…
I can’t believe last time I posted it was January and in the peak of summer. I was deciding which bikini to buy next and now all you see in my search engine is knitwear, jackets and coats (preferably wearing them all the same time). So on this toasty Sydney night, I’ve composed my coat wish list.
Scanlan and Theodore
Scanlan and Theodore
Camilla and Marc
Camilla and Marc
Any donations to the coat appeal will be greatly received 🙂
In my opinion, there is nothing quite like wearing white shorts in summer.
My favourite would have to be these Sass and bide ones. They are the perfect mix between relaxed and tailored. Paired with this Zimmermann bodice, Alexander Wang strappy sandals and a pale pink lip and you are ready for any summer event.
Part of my Sunday routine is to spend some time catching up on what has happened in the world of fashion this week aka vogue.com.au. What caught my eye this morning was the new we are handsome campaign. The colours, the sun, the beach has got me thinking what i’m going to wear at the beach this Christmas break.
I’m really loving the influence of Neoprene and other thicker fabrics this season. Lisa Marie Fernandez has been nailing this for seasons but some new goodies that have catch my eye come from triangl swimwear and N.L.P.
Another thing I’m loving are the high briefs. Really I love anything that makes legs look longer. Seafolly as always have some great ones teamed up with beautiful prints and cute tops.
If your not much of a swimmer like me (irrational fear of sharks- don’t judge) a bright lip will be sure to have you stand out on the sand.
My favourite silhouette that is trending right now would have to be the drop waist. This shape, initially from the 1920’s just makes you feel so much taller and leaner wearing it (as long as you have some good spanks on).
We are seeing this waist line all over our favourite shopping destinations and the moment (net-a-porter, matches fashion, asos and shop bop). I can’t wait until this trend hits the streets hard and we the Alexa Chung’s and the Olivia Palermo’s rocking them.
Some serious love going on for the Burberry Prorsum menswear Spring Summer 2014 line that just streamed live (11pm for all us Sydney siders). The simplicity on the runway in the beautiful Kensington gardens was a beautiful back drop for all the lovely colour ways to follow.
I loved the contrast of the Olive and charcoal pants against the surprisingly strong colour palette throughout the ties, bags and coats and true to form the craftsmanship and structure of the coats could easily be worn on a sunday lunch, or light summer shower (even the baby pink).
The youthfulness carried throughout the show (literally carried) in the duffle pouches was a different touch and the fluro sunnies is something I can hear my other half asking for (although I don’t know how I’ll feel walking onto a beach with him wearing them in Sydney).
See the show and the runway looks here : http://au.burberry.com/store/shows/menswear-ss14/#all-looks
Sozzi its backwards and sozzi i missed some looks.
I’ve known the resort 2014 gallery has been up for a while and I have been staying away from it knowing full well I would spend ages musing over the collections and the designers (not a good way to spend my limited time during exam block). Well as of today I am uni-free (for a little while at least) and true to form I have spent just over 2 hours enjoying my glimpse into what I want my wardrobe to be like.