Monday, August 30, 2010

How I have missed you.

Finally, I'm back online! And right at the perfect time too, with Festival Season WELL on it's way.

I'm on the look out for a new bag for my first up coming festival at Parklife. One thing to remember for my new purchase is to ensure that  it is small enough so that it doesn't get in the way of dancing and running a muck, yet big enough to store all of the essentials.

Linea Pelle, Alex Mini Cross Bag

Steve Madden, Balpha Bag

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Some inspirationals.

Oh oh my GO-osh! I'm lucky that I just de-maxed my credit card before oogling my eyes at these pretty dresses and jewelry: 

I love this John Galliano (for Christian Dior) dress I found at :

I don't know why, but this dress seems to work for me. I don't know. Maybe it's the pink, or how fluffy and cuddly or maybe even how squishy it looks. Believe it or not, it was knitted by hand by Jessica Sykes

Miss Hermione Granger, in an Alice in Wonderland inspired dress, in her spread at

My obsession with keys have worsened with this ring by House of Harlow.

This Rachel Pally and Alexander Wang Grecian + cut dress dress:

Saturday, June 12, 2010

a date with Sydney

Cupcakes imitating candles? Or candles imitating cupcakes? Lol! Looks good enough to eat!

A warm cup of hot chocolate and corn on the cob. 

Wearing: Leather Jacket [All About Eve], denim button up shirt [Cotton On], LBD [Tree of Life], grey sling bag [Dooney and Burke], key necklace [Tiffanys], and rings..

Ringing it.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Long live McQueen!

It was announced that Sarah Burton will continue McQueens legacy (Hooray!). Closely working with the king of fashion himself (for like 14 years or so), she is the person to take his house to new levels - apparently they are to start a mens underwear line. Sarah was also the one to complete his collection in time for the Autumn/Winter 2010/2011 Paris Fashion week. She is definitely one to keep eye on. Long live McQueen! 

Thursday, June 10, 2010

In Love.

The design of this dress is so loveable. I want one. My mission is to find one just like it!

Sweet heart of mine.

Looking around for some romantic/vintage inspired dresses to add to my ever growing wardrobe, I came across a few dresses from Juliette Hogan's collections. 

Needless to say, I LOVE! Hope you love too!


PS. I do not take credit for any of the photos above!

Next on my list

I ♥ these shoes by Steve Madden. I just pre-ordered myself a pair :) Yay!

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Who needs a stylist?

Work was pretty quiet today. Had a little bit of time to check out Westfield's website to find that you can actually hire a stylist. Call me out dated, but since when were you able to shop for a stylist? Reminded me of my picture collection for class of a few stylistas that caught my eye, that had their own style, and needn't the help of another Zoe.  

These pretty ladies have their own individual creative style, and makes me GREEN.WITH.ENVY. But you know, snaps to them for their creativeness and their ability to create effortless outfits. 

Agnes Deyn definitely is at the top of my list. Her kooky and quirky style mixes vintage, designer and layers upon layers - but yet still looks like she's stepped out of a fashion shoot. Jealousy rating? 10/10. (credit::teenvogue):

Ex-model Alexa, is my next. I like her girl-next-door style, that's just so "I just threw it together" look. She mixes the high end stuff with vintage that always highlight her sky high (to die for) killer legs. Definitely makes me jealous. I wish I had sky high legs. Winter, please end. Now. My tights are ready to retire!

And how can i forget Miss Sevigny? She's definitely her own stylist. Her name even sounds a designer label. She has a very 80's vintage meet rock chic grunge look, and manages to effortlessly make clashing prints work. She's fast becoming a designer in her own right, and with a style like that, why wouldn't she?

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Music + Fashion = Zooey Deschanel

Not just a singer, but a fashion knock-out without the need of stylist. Who makes Alice in Wonderland inspired headbands, tiaras and bows look somewhere in the middle of cool and cute? Paris Hilton with her headbands never looked as good. 

I hope you appreciate her version of Dream a little Dream as much as i do! ♥

"...I like my money right where I can see it - hanging in my closet"

Amidst the hype of SJPs newly released (a muchly anticipated one at that), Sex in the City sequel, in true style, one must condone the very beautiful clothes and trends that encompasses (as well as) inspires every fashionista (ok, maybe not every) that it brings.

Anyway, after a hard and busy day at work, nothing pleases me more than oggling and being inspired at the beautiful outfits they wear (in and out of the movie), which highlights more reasons why my shopping addiction is running wild.

These outfits are definitely a perfect mixture of mod vs quirky.
I ♥ the bold prints and cinched waist! (credit::fashiontribes.typepad)

I Love Carries get up! Who knew something so cute and fluffy can look ah-mazing! (

This thrown on ensemble is incredibly bag-lady like, but yet incredibly chic and unpredictably well put together. (

With the famous Nina Ricci dress (credit::googleimages):

A Patricia Fields designed gown for Baileys new bottle featuring sexy Kim Cattrall. Red Hot. (

Her "no name" wedding dress. Yummy vintage! (

Hope you liked!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

My latest buy: Ripped Denim Skinnies

The stocktake sales have started, so, naturally, I took out my credit card and prepared myself for some serious shopping for the stocktake week. One of my buys: Bettina Liano stonewash, ripped skinny leg jeans. I ♥! 

Some of my fave pics/styles:

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Working with Shorts + Tights

I've seen quite a few girls wearing this out. I actually like the look, and it will expand wardrobes a bit more without having to spend the extra $$$'s. Must remind myself to dig out my shorts collection.  

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