Saturday, June 26, 2010

innocent until proven guilty

topshop addison wedge boots (complete with scuff marks)

frayed poncho

kirrily johnston subterranean dipped knit

lace slouchy tee

country road silk slouchy shirt

stevie nicks inspired op-shop find

o.p.i nail varnish in coral, topshop spectacles

elephant (courtesy of a little shop in Perth)

They say in a court of law you are innocent until proven guilty. But what if you are guilty by your own admission. Do you still get sent to jail?

I have recently embarked on an unnecessary shopping spree. In a bid to curb my guilt, I was hoping that if I called my credit card company and freely admitted my wrong doings, they might just let it all slide, interest free....

In the case that that doesn't work I have a Plan B! Enter EBAY. I have just listed over some 17 items on ebay in the hope that the money earned will go to the helpmycreditfromfloundering foundation.

And so whilst I await for that first person to hedge their bets and place a bid on my belongings I sit and stare at my recently acquired purchases....

Thank you Kirrily Johnston subterranean dipped knit, thank you Country Road perfect slouchy silk shirt, thank you Topshop Addison wedge boots, thank you Strawberrynet for my Marc Jacobs daisy perfume, thank you O.P.I for your delightful shades of nail varnish, thank you op shop for my Stevie Nicks inspired green bell sleeved dress, frayed poncho and lace tee.

And just for good measure I have thrown in a pic of my new pet elephant, purchased on a recent trip to Perth. Ain't he cute!

Click here and here and here and here oh and how about here...should you so wish to indulge in some online shopping.

Monday, June 21, 2010

M-I-A, not the musician

I've gone MIA the last few weeks and my excuses are limited, suffice to say I won't bore you. Instead let me entertain your senses, let your eyes dance over these photos that I love so.
They are currently archived under one of the million and one folders I have dedicated to this blog. Most of which rarely see the light of day, but are forever treasured on my hard drive.