Monthly Archives: November 2012
Since I can’t wear proper clothes for the next ten weeks or so, today I’m focussing on the face. Dewy skin, rose lip and an amazing blonde quiff. Sign me and my wrinkle-free imagination right on up.
This week’s best foodie photography. Sweet!
Ages ago I wrote about turning my many pairs of old jeans into a quilt, but since I’m already working on one using this pattern, I thought a rug might be a better option. After all, denim is sturdy and … Continue reading
When I was a teenager, I had a burgundy turtleneck. Several people told me that it was my colour. It’s a fact that’s stuck with me since, though I haven’t worn it in ages. I think it’s time to start … Continue reading
Strip away the gilded edges, pattern and colour of a Gustav Klimt, and I think you get something like these guys. Much simpler, but stunning nonetheless.
London grey – it sounds like something you’d buy from Wheel & Barrow, but in reality it’s what my Aussie relatives call the skies over this wondrous city. Today, I see what they mean.
shadow//blue sequins//berries//geisha//pattern//pink copy//mirrors//topknot//hats//panda//lace hearts//esquire//ship//blue flowers//skull//gingham faded//shimmer
This week hasn’t been the best for writing, what with three unexpected nights in hospital and lots of strong painkillers. I have, however, had a chance to do some tumblr-ing. And so I bring you my favourite foodie photographs this … Continue reading
Today’s style inspiration comes from more practical considerations. You see, I’ve spent the last three nights in hospital following an operation for a badly fractured ankle (thus endeth my basketball career). I’m talking a foot-to-knee cast (new season blue, of … Continue reading