Summer is finally here, which means it’s the time to wear hawaiian and tropical pieces everywhere I go. And by everywhere, I also mean the office. Today I’ll be reviewing the Annie Fitted Dress from Lady Vintage, a vintage reproduction brand from the United Kingdom. They’ve become a favorite! And it’s easy to see why.
Besides dresses and skirts, t-shirts are another basic in my wardrobe. I’m not lying If I tell you I have over 50 different designs, either band merch, vintage inspired t-shirts or tees designed by illustrators such as El Marquès. I’m glad to feature on the blog the work of this Barcelona based artist known for his illustrations with a vintage touch.
Besame Cosmetics has been a favourite of mine since I got into vintage. I came across their vintage inspired makeup some years ago and in 2015 I got the chance to visit their store in Burbank, California. It’s impossible to not fall in love with their stuff. Today I’m glad to show you (and review) some of my top picks from Besame Cosmetics.
Just like the great Yves Saint Laurent once said, “Accessories are what pull the whole look together and make it unique”. It’s impossible to disagree with his words. And today I’m glad to show you the incredible designs of Faraway Berlin, an accessories brand based in Germany.
It’s more fun to be a bad girl. I’ve always had a fascination for vintage vixens, pencil skirts and pointy bras, all served with a fabulous cocktail on a martini glass. And that’s what The Original Bad Girlis all about.
After years of lusting after this dress from The Pretty Dress Company, last month I finally treated myself. The Fatale Embroidered Black Prom Dress is the design of my dreams: I wish I could wear it everyday!
If you follow me on my Facebook page I’m sure you’ve recently read about my intention to try to get involved in more “risqué” photoshoots. By that I mean boudoir and lingerie photoshoots as a way to express myself. And today I’m showing you the satin robe of my dreams by Glitter and the moon. I’m sad to write that this business is no longer open 😦