Sunday, 14 March 2010

After the Storm


I'm back after a mini hiatus. I'm sure you all know why... four weeks of intense fashion bombardment leaves not a lot of time for blogging! I must say I was rather underwhelmed by the Fall 2010/11 shows. There were some moments of excellence, but there were no shows I absolutely loved, no mind-blowing displays of wild creativity. It was a rather subdued affair, obviously marred by the untimely death of Lee McQueen, but with the looks shown too, there was an overarching theme of mini...minima....minimalis....arrgh I can't bring myself to say it. It's a dirty word! Lets just say things were pared back, and me no likey. I'm going to be horribly unfashionable next winter, what with my love of patterns/embellishment/opulence... luckily I'm too cool to give a shit about looking on trend.



I had no idea my white bra is so visible under this vest. Perhaps time to invest in a nude bra (ugh normally they look so clinical... prosthetic even. So it'd have to be a pretty nude bra. Actually, I wonder whether mustard bras exist anywhere.....hmm. /End of soliloquy.)



Vintage leather jacket, shoes (French Connection), vintage scarf, blouse and velvet trousers (asos.com), vest (Ted Baker).



12 comments:

WendyB said...

Even a lot of nude bras show through. I'm always getting more trying to find the perfect one but so far, no luck.

J.W. said...

I agree - shows weren't as exciting as they could have been.

I would say McQueen's elite selection was beautifully embellished. As if you need another reason to love McQueen. I need one of his embroidered cocktail/lady of the court dresses. Or something like it.

Melanie M said...

Oh my gosh. You have the perfect face, the perfect complexion, the perfect hair, the perfect cheekbones, & frankly, this outfit is darn perfect, too! :)


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Diya said...

LOVE THIS LOOK SO MUCH.


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Diya said...

ps, i have the dress version of your blouse. :D

emily viveur said...

beautiful outfit, i love that shade of yellow! i love your hair as well, mine could never do that.

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Hi, I'm Ely. said...

havent checked your blog in ages! i forgot how much i love your style. this outfit is so perfect, but still has that effortless appeal.and im dying over your vintage leather jacket.

"luckily I'm too cool to give a shit about looking on trend" i love this. i wish i could have that same sort of confidence. but being born and bred in sunny california, i already feel so out of place in anything but jeans, a tshirt, and flip flops =(

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Anonymous said...

great outfit!

CMA said...

LOVE the look
fabulous styling dear
loving your blog!
thanks for sharing as always darling!

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{Tara} said...

Ahhhhhhhhh...mustard and red. Pretty much one of my favorite color combos of ALL time. Gorgeous!

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