Sunday, August 25, 2013

Ombre: Yay or Nay

I can't make decisions. I go through four different outfits everyday, and four different pairs of shoes. All to stroll into the world of banking and finance, where nobody cares (and everyday I think what am I doing here?!). But my indecisiveness is 10 times worse when it comes to my hair. Fringe or no fringe? Just a trim or a good chunk chopped off? And now to dye it or not? To a lot of people it's not a big thing. But it takes forever. Forever to grow out the impulse-cut fringe, forever to grow it back to the perfect length it was, forever to grow out a colour that I liked for a week (if that!).

So this is the photo I'll be taking into the hairdressers, and if I don't come out looking the same, I'll cry.


Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Lanvin Lust ♥

I've been excited for months about the latest H&M collaboration with Lanvin. Alber Elbaz, you are the one! Most lunchtimes I wander past the Regents Street flagship store, which reminds of how excited I am about the launch. So today, 23rd November, the day I've been waiting for, and words cannot describe how disappointed I am. My plan to run across during my lunch break, absolutely FAILED. Queues a mile long, and every single item (minus a mens bow tie and cap) sold out online! So here I am, sulking at my desk, ranting to the world. Sob!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Love, Love, Love Lanvin!

Too much? I think not. The more I see this, the more I love it. Nothing on the runway compared to Alber Elbaz's use of glitter and glamour for the labels spring/summer 2010 ready-to-wear collection. The layering and tones compliment each other perfectly. The variety of sequins work perfectly. The chunky gold necklace was the perfect finishing touch. A word that sums this up is, as you could've guessed, PERFECT! Even the way Jacquelyn Jablonski carried the garments was faultless. Nude makeup and hair scraped up into a messy topknot, this could be an obvious favourite this season!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Monday, March 9, 2009


Less is definitely not more. Pile on as many bangles as possible. Mix a range of colours, sizes and textures to achieve the catwalk look. Remember, DARE TO BE DIFFERENT.