Tag Archives: the sartorialist
If I’ve said it once I’ve said it 79 times. I’m not a girly girl. So, if I’m planning on wearing a skirt, it’s got to be matched with something akin to this chunky loose knit/chucks combo. Throw in a … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I get street style blindness. I suffer so acutely from seeing the same people photographed from different angles by different bloggers that I’ve scaled back the number of websites I follow. Yes, multiple Peony … Continue reading
It’s not always that easy to get things right when going from day to night. Especially when your schedule involves a 10km run – that pesky half marathon is looming – and promming for The Marriage of Figaro. I’m not … Continue reading
If you’re a regular reader, you may have noticed that I’ve not been committing myself to the keyboard of late. Around here, it’s been all inspiration and aspiration and other people’s photos. I’ve been busy with the writing and the … Continue reading
I know it’s Wednesday, but I have an excuse. I’m late because I was hanging out here. It was time for birthday shenanigans, malarkeys and capers. I tried to sort out things for yesterday, but was blinded by a skinful of seafood, … Continue reading
Love this look. The shiny loafers. The leather skirt. The Peter Pan collar. The cardie. Shame about the fag. More style inspiration here and here. Image courtesy of The Sartorialist. Follow i am not a celebrity//twitter//facebook//bloglovin//tumblr//pinterest.
Casual yet put together. Mixed prints, mustard loafers, slouchy jeans. Sign me up. For more style inspiration click here or here. Image courtesy of The Sartorialist. Follow i am not a celebrity//twitter//facebook//bloglovin//tumblr//pinterest.
I had to giggle yesterday. Scott Schuman (AKA The Sartorialist) published this photo. Yes, some styles are still relevant – especially when they’re only four years old – but what happens when you look back further? Like this 1982 spread … Continue reading
I’ve been a-scavenging like crazy across the waves of the cyber-web. Hope you like my bits and pieces.