Rebekka Seale's watercolour illustrations are so lovely. I would like those letter paintings in my classroom, please visit her etsy shop to see more
Last week I blogged ( I usually do not blog about the same label/brand twice but this is just too incredible) about Yokoo but her pre-fall accessories are now officially available and I just had to show you!
This trend really rocks my little world. Boyish shorts are presumably comfortable but I would glam it up with something feminine. I would probably look for shorts that would flatter the female form- i.e: tighter around the waist and a little more fitting around the bottom? Found a few images below for some inspiration
Sport & Style kept me thoroughly entertained for a few minutes this Sunday afternoon, I played a guessing game that had me sitting at the edge of my seat, They chose the most popular iconic outfits in film history and neatly laid it out for us to guess which ensemble matches a particular movie character. In all honesty, some were a challenge, I'll help you out by giving the actors name under each image, then I'll leave it up to you to guess which movie it's from. Enjoy
Michael. J Fox
Ever heard of the teddy girls? If not, I blogged about them ages ago, go read it here. Recently I had this idea that a teddy girl inspired shoot would so awesome, so it was such a coincidence that I spotted this for Bust Magazine.
Photographer: Hilary Walsh
Styling: May Redding
Models: Nicole, Hitomi and
Hey guys,I really dig this look book for Caminando. I know they only make shoes but I love that they did a full on look book.
I'm smitten with Yokoo's scarves and accessories. Seriously, how awesome are these? Visit Yokoo Gibran's etsy store and prepare to salivate.
There's something so delightful about owning a variety of vintage frocks, I have a little collection of my own which will inevitably grow like a beast! So, I was excited when I stumbled upon Mais Oui Vintage, they have a beautiful selection of dresses as well as other lustful vintage. I suggest you go forth and visit their website
If your house was on fire, what would you take with you? A very interesting and thought provoking question, eh? Foster Huntington recently released a book filled with images of what various people would grab if their homes were burning. It's wildly fascinating, go check out his blog, you can also purchase his book here, here and here.
Lately, I've been devoting a lot of my time to the elderly, some of my friends think it's bizarrely laughable but generally if people are in need I always feel so compelled to help them. So, it was such a coincidence that I found Colin Chillag's unfinished paintings of old people. His portraits are deliberately incomplete to give us an idea of the process he uses to create these pieces, it was a delightful way to end off my weekend. Enjoy
The name is Romy Alfino, I reside in Cape Town, South Africa. This is a personal blog about fashion, vintage, art and photography. I share images for your visual pleasure
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