22.11.09

FASHION IS MADE TO BECOME UNFASHIONABLE : COCO CHANEL















































Top: DIY
Belt: thrift
Harem trousers: Primark
Jewellery: various but mostly mix and match H&M from different seasons

This was last night's outfit.
I love the green in this photo. mixed with the peach nails and lips. (love peach btw)
This top I scribbled w/ a sharpie and made myself about 6 months ago when I couldn't find anything to wear. Although I feel like the copycat logo trend is on its way out or already gone infact I still cannot get enough of it!

15 comments:

Tayler said...

love it!! sharpie is a good idea. i think i might do that <3

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Faridah said...

It looks awesome! I love the copycat logo trend still. Cool photo with the green. I really love your blog's layout!

Thank you for the compliment on my photography. I really appreciate it.

A.n.E said...

gah! i love it too!

Talisa said...

Love the shirt!!

SophieGrace said...

The t-shirt looks awesome specially with the jewellery you have paired it with

jamesxvi said...

Love it... you can see the Chanel 2010 Spring collection at Garvinweasel.

cocorosa said...

jayyyyyy a photo of you!!!! man you are so gorgeous!!! and I want your hair, oh wait I want the tee too :) :)

Patty Ann said...

you have such cool picturessssss! i really like the way your photos turn out, cute accessories too!!!
xxx

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tess stam said...

i like your hair, striking pictures.

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Rose said...

Omg, your blog's pics are cool! That T is also totally awesome!

Hippie, hippie - milkshake said...

I like it! And i love oldschool logo-tees:)

jenniewan28 said...

oh my god u look like sabita in this pic!! xxx

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