Black & Gold

Finally Friday, last day before Christmas holidays!

I kept it simple – broke the black with grey tights and studded bag

Necklace – ShanghaiTang Bag – Jaspal. Long cardi – Zara. Gold ring – H&M

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Classic

One of my favourite little tops from Jaspal with a classic knee length black Zara shirt and peep toes.

Shocking Pink Frock

I just love a classic wrap dress. It is vital there is a proper lining or it can be unflattering. Jaspal Spring Collection (only in Thailand and Malaysia)

Trouser Rules

It has been too long since my last clothing post. The honest reason?  We have replaced our old PC with an iMac – and it takes me days longer to complete a simple task. I literally couldn’t figure out how to open a new email, let alone download, edit and upload photo’s! (I discovered the USB port IN the keyboard on day three!) But I am back, officially.

I love unique tops with detail. This one is a firm favourite of mine.

Trousers – tailored (Cotton House) Top – Jaspal. Heels – Aldo. Bag – Charles & Keith

I have a trouser rule: Trousers must be long enough to to cover half-way down your stiletto heel. Under no circumstances should they be allowed to flap around your ankles. If you are seated and cross your legs, your ankle can be revealed, but not the bottom half of your shin! That is why I got mine tailored, nowhere makes a 36cm length!

Jail Break

I had a long weekend thanks to a public holiday falling on a Monday – which meant….more shopping days of course!

For this post I am channeling Twiggy in her 1960’s prime. Bold print mini dresses, especially in black and white, are so reminiscent of that period.

I really love the gold button detail, semi-military-esque don’t you think? I actually squeezed this dress over my head before realising they are popper-buttons (and there is a side zip I totally ignored too -it’s a miracle I got it on!)

Dress – Zara. Bag – Jaspal (similar here) Flats – Woolworths (similar here) Ring – similar here

Green Lace

I love 50’s style lace dresses. They are so feminine. I especially like this ‘A’ line cut and slightly looser fit. Add some banging sky-scraper heels and off you go! (and I broke from my ‘natural’ norm and added a light green eye-shadow – talk about living on the edge!)

Green dress – Zara (am thinking about cutting the lining out, it doesn’t sit right) Heels – Aldo (similar). Jacket – Jaspal (old collection) Cute rings – local Thai designer

 

White Dots

Yes, I love polka dots. And I especially love combining them with white. I think it looks so effortless and classy.

Peach Polka Dot Top – Jaspal (stores only in Thailand & Malaysia) White cropped pants – Gap. Heels – Charles & Keith (similar as can’t find mine listed) Denim shorts – Zara similar

 

Am also trying a new background for my pics to shake it up a bit, what do you think? My dress rack makes me happy.

 

 

I tried the same top with denim shorts – which I think looks super cute.