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Category Archives: What I Wore
As is my typical sartorial behaviour concerning every item I love.
Though it is a fairly minimal design overall, something about the topaz teardrops reminds me of a brooch – decorative, classic, Sixties-like. Naturally, I have been pairing it with full midi skirts and ridiculously girly heels all week long.
You Probably Shouldn’t Wear Heels While Longboarding At Dusk
Upon finding out that Superblogger Caroline Blomst decided to collaborate with my favourite “WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE?!” megabrand, Deichmann, I had a pre-emptive shoegasm. All contributing factors suggested a classy little coterie of must-have heels were on their way.
As you can see, the reality has exceeded expectations.
Today marks the launch of the Deichmann x Caroline Blomst collaboration and the final result – seven pairs of striking shoes (including a pair of aztec-print loafers and street-style ready trainers) – is the Steal of all Shoe Steals, ranging from just £17.99 to £27.99.
Having been lucky enough to get my paws on a pair of the chic silver-heeled peep toe courts and lace-uppered peep-toes a few weeks before their official launch, I have truly been living in them since they arrived.
Excessively, some might say…
Presenting: a very guilty collection of snaps from The Life of a Shoe Addict*.
You Probably Shouldn’t Wear Heels While Taking a Bath
You Probably Shouldn’t Wear Heels While Driving Your Friend’s Bentley
Case in point: an unplanned ode to Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘A Woman Is a Woman‘ (or ‘Une Femme Est Une Femme’ if we’re speaking Frenglish). Godard’s films are – as I’m sure you know – like paintings in motion. With such a lasting visual connection, all it takes is a pair of coloured tights to take me to the streets of Paris in 1961. Poor Manfriend.
What I Wore:
Faux leather satchel bag from AccessoryO
Blue sweater from Clements Ribeiro (similar here)
Handmade floral skort (similar here)
Burgundy tights (similar here)
Stone leather ballet pumps from New Look
Knit turban (similar here)
POSTED IN: a woman is a woman, fashion blog, jean luc godard, une femme est une femme, what i wore
I have found an unlikely wardrobe staple in a binding piece of purple fabric – the Figgahugga. Unlike other ‘shaping garments’, this little guy comes in a minidress silhouette and is offered in a variety of colours. (Shapewear to be seen. Imagine that.)
What I Wore:
Semi-transparent panel top from Zara
Figgahugga in ‘Purple Passion’
Vintage plaid skirt (similar here)
Old Louboutins (truly need to swap them out for some new Pigalle‘s, don’t you think?)
Now, pass the cough syrup.
What I Wore:
Handmade studded heels (similar here)
White coat from Warehouse (old season, similar here)
Blue glitter top from H&M (old season, similar here)
Orange leather skirt (vintage, similar here)
POSTED IN: fashion blog, fashion blogger, Leather Studded Kiss In The Sand, outfit post, what i wore