Monthly Archives: August 2008

Hand Made With Love

I’ve always had preferences which tend to stray off the beaten track and I get very excited to find quirky, hand made, alternative, flea market styles or etsy-esque stuff:- From dejarnette From etsy shops Advertisements

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Sart

I. Love. all things Beautiful. The Sartorialist constantly has shots of beautiful people and beautiful self-expression, all laid out so simple-chicly. Stylish is Giovanna Battaglia (fashion editor at Vogue L’uomo) who has been captured many times over on The Sartorialist:- … Continue reading

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Local Fashion

In my bookmarks, I have a folder of local fashion blogs/sites. I love these so so so much – so close to home, creative and definitely feed the news on our evolving local fashion scene. 1. Fashion Nation is my … Continue reading

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expense

I need to constantly remind myself that, being on sabbatical, I’m not earning a steady income anymore. My bank balance is not going to re-inflate automatically at month’s end. Seriously, just yesterday alone spent $17 lunch @ Marmalade Canteen + … Continue reading

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lucky unlucky lucky

I have been TOTALLY slacko. Can’t be bothered to read anything for school. Got a pedicure yesterday at Deb’s shop. Separately, got a parking ticket at stupid Holland Village carpark. The summon lady was punching buttons on her machine for … Continue reading

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I Love Love Love

Vogue Bread Baskets (and Italian food! yum!) Local cuisine. Pictured above is the Bak Kut Teh on Kitchener Road. Fantastic for a hearty weekend brunch. Brunch! Indulgence. Pictured above is eggs benedict at House, on Dempsey. Kate Spade ❤

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Back pages of magazines

When thumbing through a magazine, I always get quite excited especially when flipping to the last page. Commonly, the last page features someone or something real-life-related, which I like. It’s kinda like, after glossy pages of beautiful, ethereal, perfectly styled … Continue reading

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