20140917

Farwell Summer



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ASOS Co-ord & Sunglasses | New Look Shoes | Nixon Watch

This has to be my favourite last minute summer purchases! It wasn't something I was looking for but now I can't imagine my wardrobe without it. This is an outfit I hope to rock on my Christmas holiday in a very hot climate!

20140725

♀ Day to Night: Striped Suit





                                                                         ph. by Onyxsta
ASOS Suit
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One of the biggest problems I have is picking out a day and night appropriate outfit when I have a full day of fun times! However taking an outfit like like this from day time to night time is fairly straight forward because the main focus of your outfit, the suit can stay on whilst you switch out day-time accessories for night-time accessories.

Here I have chosen to play around with 3 main items to take my outfit from day to night.

20140720

Return of the rudeboy


Whilst the price of pretty much every leisurely commodity in London bubbles – fuelled by a putrid concoction of gentrification, international land grabbing, and an almost daily schedule of 'exotic' street food festivals or roof-top parties – one could always find solace in two things: free exhibitions and £7 haircuts.

20140709

Specs


glasses: Spitfire

I'm all about unique prescription glasses at the moment. I think that they can instantly change up your look. If you are short-sighted like me and you don't need to wear glasses all the time, it's a great accessory rather than necessity.

I find the offerings in 'well known' high street opticans to be quite generic looking and then the online offering are often of cheap quality. 

The best way to get unique and quality glasses are to buy them from an independent brand (mine are from Spitfire) and get your prescription lens fitted (reglazed) elsewhere. I got my done when I lived in Korea where it's so affordable and easy to do so. However in the UK the well known opticians are reluctant to offer this service, but upon researching I have found a few online companies offering reglazing services. Check them out here, here and here

Something tells me that independently owned opticians will offer this service too but I haven't found one yet.

Of course if you are into wearing non-prescription glasses, then everything I have written so far is...well...a waste of time.

Here are some cool brands to get unique/trendy  frames from 1,2 3.

Lolli x