Fashion

another day to dress up

here’s another i can’t believe i haven’t posted about this yet post. but the truth is, it’s sort of like talking about the sartorialist. “hey, have you guys heard about this blog called the sartorialist?! it’s this guy who takes beautiful photos of rad people on the street who dress nicely! it’s beyond awesome.”

… that’s how it feels posting about megan of another day to dress up, i just assume that everyone knows about her. every outfit she wears makes me go, oh noooo i want it too. so if you don’t follow her blog already – do it.

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riders on the storm

right, street style round up. no need for any explanation.

ulyana sergeenko. killing it.

trendycrew ; streetstyle aesthetic ; easy fashion ]

pants pants pants! flares! flares! flares!

turned out ; cafe mode ; easy fashion ]

cuffed jeans, big coats.

stockholm street style ; sartorialist ]

this entire vibe.

[ dublin streets ]

these skirts.

[ trendycrew ; citizen couture ]

eva fontanelli.

[ hanneli ; sartorialist ]

alexa chung.

[ 1 +2 stockholm street style ; hanneli ]

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this and this

this picture (left) from asos. every time i look at it i think “don’t go, winter! don’t gooooo!” they also have a great online magazine, did you know that? now you do. and ad campaigns, shot by the selby. sigh.

this outfit from totokaelo (aaaaaah)

this poster

these pictures of holidaying in croatia. balls.

this fox.  mid sneeze or mid giggle? we’ll never know.

this picture, so much

this place. holy shit, right?

this room.

this toasted cheese sarmie. get in me belly.

this flipping mulberry bag. flip. flip!

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cowboy’s little girl

south africans know and love missibaba. well. i remember when my friend had one specially made and we all oooh’d and aaa’h over it (still do). their new range for spring / summer 2010 is un-fucking-believable.

i was on the verge of buying a pretty damn expensive new bag in paris, but i ended up leaving the store without it because i didn’t love it enough. then when i was on my way back to south africa i caught up on some internetting and saw the launch of the new missibaba range on a couple of blogs. YES. i thought, who cares about that stupid bag i didn’t buy? these are a million times better, and locally made. i have my eye on the buckaroo and the saddle bag, yes sir.

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