Friday, 17 December 2010

SHOE orgasms...these really hit my G spot!

Found these bad boys in Nola Boutique in Brighton by SwedishHasbeens . WANT WANT WANT!!!!

 Jodpur £250
Now I'm not really a shoe freak, I don't have that many pairs (I own mainly doc martens) but every now and then I see certain styles that tick all the right boxes I have little tiny orgasms inside!
These did it for me...they got to me all hot and bothered, and the lovely ladies of Nola boutique didn't really help the situation by offering me xmas Pimms and telling me that it was 30% off that evening, ok I didn't purchase the boots as they still would of been out of my price range but now on hindsight I kinda wish I had, as now they are all I can think about.

However I stumbled upon this badass shoe site

I literally never get this exited about shoes and especially more than one style from a website but the designer Jeffrey Campbell has given me a whole new perspective on clog type heels! As the website states-
"As a small company manufacturing from Spain, Jeffrey Campbell shoes are known for fun fashions and high creativity in small quantities. That is, many styles of Jeffrey Campbell shoes are produced in quantities of less than 100 pairs. So with Jeffrey Campbell shoes, you're getting a shoe that's truly rare."

So now I want them MORE god damn it!

Here is what I'd buy if money was no object...

I like these too....

On the same note I don't normally like the shapes of Irregular Choice shoes but these are floating my proverbial shoe boat too...I think its the studs like on clogs, and the brogue style punctured leather. 

So what do you think about Clogs? Have you got some? Are they comfy? I'm thinking about investing!

Thursday, 16 December 2010

New Look AW 2010, So...whats my picks?

Peach & Peter Pan collar. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!
Interesting modern pattern and shape, up to date colour...FUN wee number!

Two things I Love-Beige and Spots!

Black Chiffon, whats not to like? I'd wear it with a big cream fur coat!

Retro lacey 60's inspired? I likey.

I'm not normally a huge fan of New Look, but I decided to give them a chance and found these nice dresses online. I've picked the classier, more timeless pieces, as I do find a lot of the styles too tacky and throw away fashion, which I'm not into. Yes I like a bargain, but it stops being a good deal if you only it for one season or a few times. Right ladies?

A few accessories caught my eye too....the head band will be good for keeping the ol' ears warm with out totally messing and flattening the hair me thinks?

This little number for.... wait for it...a tenner in the sale!

Pilazzo pants, floral...Long and grungy sooo...on trend. woop woop!

So ......What do you like? 

Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Corinne Day Diary

I bought this book when I was at Glasgow school of Art, in early 2000, and I sold it to raise money last xmas, but I miss it. I probably could of got more for it but it was a rush decision born out of being jobless, but surrounded my nice things, so hard times called for drastic measures. It was before blogs, and is a visual diary from the well known fashion photographer Corinne Day, who went on to do great things after this book. It still reminds me of life in art school, being poor and the hedonistic party scene. It kinda looks like a cool lifestyle, but GOD I don't MISS IT. I love having somewhere safe to live, and trust worthy (non-addicted) friends around me. Still it doesn't hurt to know what you don't need in your life anymore huh?

Monday, 13 December 2010

"Mohair Monday" by Franklyn Spence on

"Mohair Monday" by Franklyn Spence on "Grunge inspired casual look, with a little bit of goth thrown in for good measure. worn with my black doc martens."

Classic Styles from

This is how I'd like to dress...eventually! After a lot of saving, wardrobe down sizing and selling everything I own...

I wish...i could afford this!

Cocoon coat £819 by Pauw at

Sunday, 12 December 2010

Zara -winter timeless classics to behold!

Dresses, dresses, dresses, what a collection, show stopping shapes, classic cuts, muted colour palette with red splashes. Detail has not been forgotten either along with beautiful cuts. I think Zara are looking to be more like leaders than followers with this winters collection. Classic. Chic. Must haves!

Now for coats, they have covered all the main trends with these well thought out interesting versions of classic styles. Now to decide which one to get...tough choice!

Zara have astounded me with thier affordable leather/sheepskin and cowhide bags this season.
I wish i had room for all of these gorgeous ones!!!

They range from £19 to £99, so what ever your budget there is no excuse not to have a stunning bag this winter!
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