Saturday, 14 May 2011

A Further Complication

Just to make things a bit more difficult for the decision process, I have now discovered the new arrival of these Acne Rider Boots. I really have no idea what to choose now, as both have their own benefits i.e. heel height, good balance of chunkiness (it's actually a positive for me), height of the ankle. Both pairs are also really complimentary to a lot of casual things in my wardrobe.

This issue of choosing over shoes is definitely #firstworldproblems, but it's killing me making the choice!

Thursday, 12 May 2011


Just perusing through Asos' New Arrivals and came across this bright and punchy ensemble. It kind of made my heart skip a beat imagining wearing this when Spring came around (mind you, Autumn's only just hit Sydney), so off I went to add it to the bag. I then realised that the shorts aren't even for sale. Argh, don't you hate that? Why post it on your virtual front window when the whole outfit isn't even available?! I'm just going to wait and pounce on the shorts when it comes in - both are nice separately, but not even close to the perfection they create when paired together.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Missed Out

I'm a big fan of wedged boots for the basic reason that they give height without compromising too much on comfort. 

I'm really kicking myself for not buying the Acne Hybria Boots when they went on sale on Net-a-Porter. I really should stop pondering too much on whether I need something, especially when it's on sale. It very rarely is there when you come back. Come to think of it, my few purchases on Net-a-Porter have all been decided on a whim, and I wouldn't have them now if I went away to try and talk myself out of them.

Which brings me to these Acnes Black Gun Boots. I know they're not wedged, but they're good for everyday. I'm just thinking about whether I'm too short for them. This time I'll give myself up until tomorrow, at the latest, to decide.

Source: google

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Just breathtaking.

When I first saw this photo, I found myself staring at it for a good few minutes. I can't say I know a lot about garmentry, but even a layman would know that this photo is a testament to how talented Dion Lee is. I'm in awe of the intricate detail of his origami-style pleating, his interesting folds and cut-outs.. everything about these pieces, really.

Source: StylemeRomy