27th February 2010
Location LOCATION: Sydney

Navy blazer, lace singlet, tassel scarf, shoes: vintage. Leopard shorts, alexa bag: available in store soon

It was the perfect temperature yesterday. Everything seemed to glow in the warm afternoon sun yet there was a icy chill in the air when you sat in the shade, perfect weather to pull out my navy gold buttoned blazer. I decided that if I owned a school, this is what my uniform would look like. British inspired and all sorts of cute, with high waisted shorts, double breasted blazers, brogue-like shoes with a reasonable heel, teamed with cute as a button crochet socks, tasseled scarves and little briefcase inspired bags to boot! I don’t really know what the boys would wear but who really cares, anyway? These are my newly acquired day time shoes, extremely comfortable and at a heart breaking price of only $15. I love them nearly as much as my blazer. I’ve had this good ol thing for years and I love how it always seems to balance out the clashing of different fabrics and prints that I so often throw together, in this case, lace, leopard and crochet

In other news, the ‘AKIRA SKIRT’ is finally available in store here. I want to thank you all for your wonderful feedback. This is only one from the books full of designs I have waiting and ready to go for gary pepper this year! I am also drawing the winner for our vintage YSL clutch giveaway in one weeks time, so make sure you have entered as many times as you can! I am dying to announce the winner as well as our very new giveaway that will be launched a day or two after, I think you guys will absolutely love it!

And just quickly, a big shout out to my beautiful friend, Jacqueline. She recently completed her degree at UTS in fashion and textiles design and has already been accepted into L’Oreal Melbourne fashion festival! She’ll be flying down in a few weeks time to showcase her amazing designs- with new nudes, tonal purples and soft pearlescent details, this collection is like no other, perfectly crafted and beautifully detailed. You can also see her in YEN magazine this month, as well as read a quick interview she did with Sportsgirl here. I think what I love the most is that Jacq is the most modest, shy, down to earth girl who doesn’t like to boast about things like this, and I couldn’t be more proud of her. Without sounding too biased, I can tell you right now, this girl is gonna make it…