Anonymous said: ideas for what to wear to my friends 18th? she's having a birthday lunch in a nice (kind of pricey) restaurant so i was thinking nothing too scruffy? however my friends aren't really the type to really dress up and i don't want to be overdressed and stand out, esp since i'm not super close with the birthday girl.
Hey, okay cool cool, I feel the situation, have been in something like that before haha.
I’m not sure what your style is but maybe a skirt like this with a drop hem and neoprene fabric http://www.princesspolly.com.au/City-Night.aspx?p59032&colourid=68 with a nice white tee and a choker style heavy silver necklace with like crystals on it or teeth, or something like this: http://www.lovisa.com.au/black-plaited-tube-triangle-necklace.html
and then with all that since in Australia it is cooling down a bit, you could wear a green or khaki anorak to dress it down a bit and be more laid back.
Or I adore this dress http://www.generalpants.com.au/shop-womens/don%27t-ask-amanda/dresses/large-daisy-print-backless-dress-1000048730-001 and I think it is just the right amount of dressed up but also chill gal vibin’.
Hopefully that helps you out, gal! xx
• 15 April 2014
Anonymous said: What basics should every girl have in their wardrobe?
In no particular order:
- Denim jacket - loose fitting, preferably a one off or something you thrifted from vinnies, your mum/dad or Wrangler.
- Plain black shift with thin straps - can be dressed up, can be dressed down.
- White tees, shirts, crops, cami’s. But mainly a comfy soft white tee.
- Black/blue mid rise skinny jeans that cut off above the ankle. Look great with cut out heeled boots, Converse and platforms.
- Anorak of some sort.
- A line skirt.
- Something sparkly, sequinned, glittery or pink because just because, you’ll feel good wearing it 100% and feeling good is great.
- Cable knit oversized sweater! Splurge on one from American Apparel because it is something they do well for the price you have to pay for once.
• 15 April 2014
Anonymous said: any nice places to find a formal dress? haha i'm chinese and pale and kind of short (like 5'4 unfortunately haha)
Hello! Sorry for delay in reply, uni life is a bit crazy. Hmm, 5”4 pale asian hey, I’d play up the peachy pale pastel blush palette so you look like a perfect angel/petal. Like a silk looking dress with really thin straps and simple. I’m really bad with formal shopping places because I don’t enjoy the standard shops. Depending on your budget try shopbop.com or fashionbunker.com or try designers like Zimmermann, manning cartell, cameo the label. This is me assuming you live in Australia though, sorry haha.
Princess polly has this lovely dress: http://www.princesspolly.com.au/Bondi.aspx?p30696&colourid=11
If you specify further, I can help further ! But good luck
• 15 April 2014
Anonymous said: What do you think of Dr Martens? Like the look of it and the shoe itself? If that made sense..
I thought I liked the boots version of Docs because I have them but they’re a bit heavy to wear so I don’t like them as much as I thought I would. But the short cut off ones that look like school shoes I actually like the design. I like the yellow stitching on them and the shape but it just depends what colour and style you get too since there is such a broad range.
• 27 April 2013 • 1 note
Anonymous said: What do you think of short overalls (eg the American apparel ones) with stockings or long socks??
I think yes yes ! Sheer stockings or nothing, most definitely :) xxx
• 5 April 2013
Anonymous said: what's your opinion on sandals with socks/stockings? (esp jelly sandals)
Socks with sandals are super cute, as long as you have long legs I think, otherwise the socks can shorten the appearance of your legs. Looks best with skirts and dresses and I’ve worn white sandals and white socks together and that looks lovely. I love jellies !
• 3 April 2013