HOT PINK CRAYOLA

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There’s something comforting about the sound of whirring metallic fan blades. To me, combined with the noise of cricket (the sport and the bug I suppose), it is the soundtrack of summer. Most people are either cold or hot season people; its mutually exclusive. I happen to be the latter which seriously conflicts with my commitment to layers. All this “interesting” information is primarily to preserve a perception of sanity when you see me out and about in a leather jacket.

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Perhaps my brain has melted from overheating because I can’t help myself. I love the Disney Snow white theme I painted of the back and am too stubborn to wait for the weather to cool. Coupled with my current love of jumpsuits, platforms and never ending love of perspex jewelry and dinosaurs, I make the perfect picture of disjointed fun. Can you imagine how I would have dressed as a child given free reign?

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Pixels giant Crayola look:
Jacket | Thrifted and painted
Jumpsuit | Forever New (similar)
Shoes | Windsor Smith
Earrings | Tokyo somewhere
Necklace | Gift from HK
Green Lantern Ring | Maccas

 

PARABOLA

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The moment I put on this Opening Ceremony x Adidas Originals bandana print neoprene bell curved number, I fell in love. The indulgent structure ensured that I took it home with me the moment I saw it and since then it’s been through a lot. It’s been to a fashion week, accidentally hidden my pregnancy from friends and kept me warm. How nice to know there’s a coat in my wardrobe for which I never have to ask “does my bum look big in this?” bacause the answer in truth would be “baby you look like a parabola“. It’s not often I can say I’m ok with that.

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EVIL ARMY

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This season the influx of Evil Twin in my wardrobe suggests I’ve officially joined the evil army. It started just like all good tattoo sleeves, with something small; a rant about my love for their sucker punch campaign. Once the purchases began, it didn’t take a detective to prove our devotion. Here are the facts:

  1. The= recent outfit post featuring the Evil Twin bad element slouch pants.
  2. My Instagram, has seen the Evil Twin denim tunic in high rotation
  3. Three’s a charm, this amazing captivity longline cardigan has joined the party.

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10 years ago you could bet your life on me saying “I wouldn’t be caught dead in animal print” but then again those were the days of Fran Dreshire’s the nanny and who could blame me? Fortunately Evil twin have always been good at customizing a potentially tragic print, making it fresh and young and this fuzzy winter warmer is no exception. Though the chills haven’t quite set in just yet, I have a feeling this one’s going to keep me warm all winter long.

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Evil twin captivity longline cardigan (gifted) worn here with:
Glasson’s banana Print Dress
Windsor smith rainbow boots 
Asos sunglasses (similar here)
Iridescent Unicorn clutch (gift from lpmmags)

Next on my Evil Twin hitlist:
Faded glory babydoll here
Hoodrat Aged Jacket here

 

FAME

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Thrift shopping can sometimes leave you with nothing but the faint smell of old people, but the keen persistent eye occasionally spots gold. Not only a great ethical way to shop for clothing, it prevents your wardrobe from being what IKEA is to homes. I spotted this Planet Hollywood Jacket from Beverly hills that scream all good things about the 90’s. Fortunately it was snapped up almost immediately by Sarahteaa. Thank goodness because if she didn’t, I’d have to, and I’m already 4 denim jackets in at this point.

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Paired with the Evil Twin Bad Element slouch pants (here), some Winsor Smith Puffy heels (here) and a basic black top, it’s the answer to an Autumn day out with friends. We got our brunch on, and it was good!

JAIME

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As the rest of the world gear up for the cold weather ahead, my mind can’t help but adore my constant winter fashion favorite : the structured coat. Sure, looking at these images while it’s 35 degrees C outside can cause me to break out into a sweat but I can’t help but share some of the pieces from Jaime Ashkar’s Positive + Negative AW14 line. Chunky, voluminous and bold – not exactly the best combination of attributes when it comes to a dream date, but in a winter coat, you have me won.

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Beautiful lines in textural wool crepe and cashmere injects a chic look with vibrant color into an otherwise cumbersome winter. The different lengths of crisp white, calming greys with popping tangerines and royal blues offer something for every spectrum of cold the erratic winter climate has to offer. This redeeming feature of numbing cold almost has me wishing for our winter days back but since we don’t even get to enjoy the whimsy of snow, I might just have to wait it out until next year.

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