Sunday, June 19, 2011

Alice + Olivia.

SUCH  a gorgeous brand by Stacey Bendet.

Also SUCH an apt representation of my own personal sense of style; very soft and girly and pretty, with one or two tweaks. Love the gentle, happy colours that they use, and the beautifully simple dresses.

Had to put my favourite first. This
is TOO beautiful and I want it.

These two LBD's (above and below) are so chic;
Very Audrey Hepburn :)

This is so pretty. Doesn't this girl remind you a
bit of Taylor Swift? :)

I've only focused on dresses here, and I'm sure I've gone a bit over the top with how many pictures I've added, but I can't get enough of this brand. Go onto the website: and check out some of their stuff, they also have some great skirts and shirts.

And please tell me what you think. Like? Don't like? Any favourites? Please feel free to share comments :)

- Pips x

Thursday, June 9, 2011


So this is my first proper outfit post. Woah :)

Decided to do one of those 'One dress, multiple looks' kind of post. Rock on.

So here we go: One dress, 4 seasons :)

Floral dress: Vertigo; Lace dress: X&O at YDE; Pearl necklace: Accessorize.

Floral dress: Vertigo; Beige peep toes: Shoe HQ.

Floral dress: Vertigo; Leather belt: Wardrobe; Black cardigan: Revenge; Black ankle boots: Shoe HQ.

Floral dress: Vertigo; Grey cardigan: Woolworths; Skinny belt: Wardrobe; Tulle headband: Sass Diva; Scarf: Vintage; Brown leather boots: Zoom; Leaf pendant necklace: Sass Diva.

Let me know what you think :)

- Pips x

Friday, June 3, 2011


Ok so pretty much everyone knows who Coco Rocha is...right?

If you haven't, you have been hiding under a rock.

She is awesome.

And she won "Favourite Model' at Elle's Style Awards of 2011. Just saying :)

Love this.

Coco Rocha and Agyness Deyn.

Adore this!

My favourite picture.

And to end off, a pretty relevant quote I saw somewhere a while ago, coming from Rocha herself. So insightful, and so true.

"You see a model walk down the street and she’s wearing jeans and a T-shirt, no make-up, her hair down, and she looks like a regular girl. For me just to look “natural” in a photo takes two hours of hair and makeup, good lighting, styling and Photoshop—and six hours later, you have the picture. But when I go home, it’s just me with no makeup, pimples, and a pair of a baggy pants. That’s life—the rest is fantasy. We all need to remember that a photo is just what beauty was to one photographer on one day. You can’t compare yourself to those pictures. You are real. Photos are two-dimensional. Beauty is three-dimensional. Your confidence, your personality, your presence—it all adds to what makes you beautiful." - Coco Rocha.

Follow her on her own gorgeous blog:
- Pips x