Saturday 15 March 2014

Camilla's angels

Held a "Gypsy" party a while back in this awesome artists studio in Kings Cross. Bought 10 small packets of fries from McDonalds, made two huge pots of sangria, which everyone loved and invited a few of my friends to come boogie the night away.

People got kinda confused as to what a gypsy was, with interpretations ranging from, bohemian, Indian, nomadic to even sci-fi? I ended up wearing a Camilla Franks kaftan which is probably the most awesome thing to ever adorn my body. These are just a few of the film shots that I took that night.

Thursday 6 March 2014

Playing it Safe

Random plain white shirt
Ralph Lauren knit tie
Vintage cardigan
Sass and Bide jeans
Aldo brogues

Zara skirt
Life with Bird cardigan
Senso boots
Karen Walker sunglasses
ASOS spectacle chain

Let’s play it safe. Sometimes it's good to stick to the things that you are comfortable with. Screw pushing boundaries and going into unfamiliar territory. 

Take for example movies. I know what I like and what I don't like. I like pretty much everything besides horror. I simply can’t deal with horror movies, even Harry Potter freaks the crap out of me.

And the worst thing? No one seems to believe me.

Everyone insists that this movie isn't scary or that they will be there to 'protect' me. Like this one time went I went to the movies with someone I was romantically inclined with, only to be unwillingly dragged off into a Paranormal 2 session. Let's just say it didn’t end well. I’m not quite sure if he didn’t quite believe me when I proclaimed that I can't deal with horror or if he thought it would create the ideal opportunity for me to cower in his body. By my tenth scream during a non scary part I think he got the message.

Anyways how does this relate to what I'm wearing? Well sometimes you should just stick to the comfortable bubble that is commercial menswear and not push it. Unless it's your skanky outfit for Friday night.