Sunday, 25 October 2015

Desire for Public Desire

Desire for Public Desire

I'm currently buzzing over a new website called Public Desire, it's got fresh new  interesting styles at super low prices. I'm feeling the thigh high boot trend at the moment, and Public desire have some cool ones. I love the laced boots above ! I also really like the whole laced up high heel trend. Everyone from Kylie Jenner to Gigi Hadid is wearing them, I have my eye on some Balmain ones (in my dreams) but for now I'm investing in the Public desire equivalent!
Faux suede pumps

Zipper boots

Black strappy sandals

Cutout shoes


The internet cave:
A hollow or natural website under the many webs of the internet or in the side of a website or blog  with an opening to the homepage. Caves can form in many ways, but especially from the dissolving of time.
All I can say is welcome back.

Monday, 20 January 2014

Music Of the Day

John Newman - Losing Sleep

It's worth listening to trust me . PERFECTION .



grey skies, grey clouds.

It's cold it's rainy it's 4 degrees outside and it's Monday . I associate all these words with the term JEANS so ....
 Here's some inspiration to embrace it all in style . 

Sunday, 19 January 2014

Le Short

So I have just discovered the luxury loungewear brand Le Short ,  they are a really pretty collection of shorts and playsuits, using lots of liberty prints and Japanese lace from French designer Caroline Linchine. I loveee the Jeanne shorts and these are perfect for going into your spring sleepwear  wardrobe .

A Crush On Tartan


A little crush for tartan
Tartan Trend
This season Tartan is Back : Carpe Diem . Above are some outfits I put together . Whilst browsing through many a Topshop outfit I found this truly inspirational and hilarious sequence of Tartan rules . Here it is ....

Cast your mind back to 1995 – in a time when Valley girls were Californian, (not like, Welsh) – Cher, Dionne and Tai introduced us to ‘makeovers’, ‘buyer’s remorse’ and ‘Baldwins’.
So much more than just your A typical teen drama, Clueless made a totally important cultural impact for decades to come – changing our vocabulary and the way we dress.
Adapted from Jane Austen’s Emma –  it made Brittany Murphy and Alicia Silverstone household names and gave us all the
tartan we’ve ever dreamed of. The Scots may have invented the fabric, but it was the girls of Beverley Hills High who made it their own. Mis matched, colourful, co-ordinated – bliss.
Now as fashion short circuits back to the ‘90s and there’s more plaid,
tartan and check on the streets than you can shake a stick at, let’s re-visit what Cher & co taught us about how to wear it:
1: Be fearless, tartan is not to be worn sporadically

2: Think matchy matchy, i.e. tartan on tartan on tartan.

3: Coordinate head-to-toe tartan with your best friend’s head-to-toe tartan.
4. Work out in tartan.
5: Tartan is acceptable for both AM and PM.