Monthly Archives: August 2011

ASOS sale.

I know I’ve mentioned this lovely site before, but I thought I’d give you a little taste of what they have to offer, I’m loving their floaty floral dresses and peg leg trousers! Happy shopping! 1. Black Floral Culottes £15.00 … Continue reading

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London calling.

Ahhh, couldn’t be more excited! Pie and I have booked tickets to London baby! And you’d better believe that one of the first places on my list is Brick Lane market– home to some of the best vintage on our … Continue reading

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Starry night.

Don’t you just love my star spangled high-waisted trousers? They’re from ASOS.com, and I’m so taken by them I can’t help but smile whenever I look down. In fact I’m staring to feel a bit of an affinity to all … Continue reading

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Hues of Spring.

What a lovely day, I can feel the exhilarating breath of Spring on my heels which makes me want to twirl about the office and talk nonsense about fashion, blogs and new found fave ASOS.com (have you seen this marvellous … Continue reading

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Saturday looting.

This picture is a tad ‘shmodel’ for my liking but it was the only non-rubbish one out of the lot. (apologies!) The girls and I decided to drop some dosh at Mememe this weekend after brunch (the best in Jo’burg) … Continue reading

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Clothes Swap.

Last night was the much anticipated clothes swap, and I’m happy to report that it was muchos fun! Upon arrival we were handed a glass of vino and red velvet cupcake, then the fun began! Stay tuned for the pretty … Continue reading

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The day before a public holiday…

Don’t you find that when you’re the lone sod that decides not to take leave on the day between the weekend and the public holiday that you’re in a kind of office limbo. Perhaps being stuck in an eerily empty … Continue reading

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