♥ The Bright Green Laces Team
Wishing you all a Glorious Christmas & Happy New Year! Lets hope santa has given up on making his toys in a workshop and shops at NET-A-PORTER these day 🙂
♥ pixelhazard & the whole Bright Green Laces Team
It”s me, Lee! I used to have a blog, but it vanished into the ether some months ago and I haven”t got around to making it reappear. This makes for awkward conversation when I”m at a “do and people ask me, “so where are you from?” and I have to explain how I used to have a blog and now it”s gone and it might come back some day but i don”t know when, before retreating to the corner with my drink and contemplating my sad existence of being a BLOGGER WITHOUT A BLOG.
… for those that are curious about what I actually did blog about, it was mostly my travels, purchases and video games I played.
This is me, outside! On the occasions where I leave the house and am not at work, this is my general getup. I pretty much live in leggings, tshirts, and FLAT SHOES. I generally dress for comfort over style and tend not to follow any particular trend. My favourite label is ksubi as I feel the clothes match my more relaxed, slightly grungy style and laissez-faire attitude. Bright colours aren”t really my thing and I tend to be pretty lazy with accessorising (and putting makeup on, as the above picture demonstrates … but that”s why sunglasses exist, amirite?).
LET”S BREAK IT DOWN NOW:Tshirt: ksubi.
Blazer: August Street.
Boots: Dr Martens.
Bag: from army surplus store.
Bracelets: handmade, bangle from Dinosaur Designs.
Ring: gift from my mum that she brought back from the mountains in France.
Since I am blogless right now, and if you want to keep up to date on my SUPER INTERESTING life in the interim, you can catch me spreading my Internet germs at these following places:
|[Image credit: lse de Boer In Marie Claire Italia By Taki Bibelas from Refinery 29]|
Never one to shy away from dabbling into new trends and tastes, we”ve asked some of our favorite fashion savvy sydney-siders to tell us a little bit about their style this holiday season! Over the next 2 months we”re proud to give you a little taste of all o” dis!
Not only will you get a little taste of vintage, rock”n”roll and demure, but we”re also please to have Lee joining us on the blog on a regular basis so you get more coverage launches, new brands and a different perspective at a higher frequency. What can we say, we think 2013 is going to be smashing and we need to up the amplitude!
What do you get when you mix clothes, antiques, and memories of childhood birthday parties at a popular pizza chain? You get The Works – a place where modern designs from Australia”s best and brightest emerging designers meets with eccentricities from a bygone era (minus the pizza … it just always springs to mind when the words The Works is mentioned).
Tucked away amongst the briefcase stereos, vintage playboy magazines, and dining settings that wouldn”t look out of place on the set of The Brady Bunch is #CROSSSECTION, the permanent retail store showcasing a diverse collection from designers featured at Bizarre Bazaar, the popular laneway night market that is the brainchild of A Series of Fortunate Events.
#CROSSSECTION officially launched on Tuesday night with a killer playlist and a bevy of well dressed people perusing the racks. Unfortunately for me, I had a $900 car insurance bill to pay the next day, so couldn”t make the most of all of the pretty things I saw. SAD!
However, I did not walk away empty handed due to being distracted by the gorgeous jewellery from stannard-inc. I picked up this amazing bronze and quartz necklace.
If you can”t wait for your fix between Bizarre Bazaars, #CROSSSECTION is open most days of the week.
#CROSSSECTION @ The Works
62 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
Wed: 10:00 – 18:00
Thu: 10:00 – 21:00
Fri: 10:00 – 18:00
Sat: 09:00 – 18:00
Sun: 10:00 – 16:00