I’m so broke. More broke than the glass I smashed last night. More broke than the Melbourne’s try-hard London Eye. And I have a tendency to lose my wallet every six months. I haven’t lost the current one for a good nine. So i’m due.
This one time not-the-real-Kenny posted my WHOLE handbag back to me. He found it hanging on the tow bar of the port-a-loos. Another time I lost it for a year. Bring briiiiing. Then I got a call. ‘Hello My name’s Blah Blah and I’m the manager of the Royal Mail up here at Dunkheld. We’re revegetating the garden and we’ve found your wallet’. Boomerang.
Other times I’ve not been so lucky. But I’ve found a solution. The paper wallet. Neatly held together by a plastic fork. Helloooo boys!!! Fabo.
Benny T introduced me to this stroke of genius at the bar on Sat night. As you can see by the surrounding shot glasses. So clever right now. Observe. Adopt.
Along with red lipstick we’re seeing dark eyes appear on the catwalk in Paris (said with French accent). The best thing about this look is that you can take it and push it as far as you want, or don’t want.
Click here for a how to session with PRIMPED.
Thanks to PRIMPED for the tips and pics.
Stop. Relax. The world has just got 5% less confusing. This saying will save you that blonde moment at daylight savings time when you can’t figure out which way to turn your clock. It’s simple. Spring forward, Fall backwards.
As much as I object to the use of the word ‘Fall’ (said with an American accent) it proves very useful when figuring out which way to wind your clock when daylight savings begins and ends.
This may have helped if I posted this on Friday, however knowledge shared is better late than never.
Here’s to drinking wine and killing time sitting in the summer sun. Make sure you wine’s a Pinot Gris ‘cos Savvy B’s are SO last year.
Melbourne is in weather purgatory. And until it sorts out which way it’s going the traditional silk scarf or kerchief is the perfect way to combat all climates and fashion emergencies.
There is nothing as timeless as a Hermes silk scarf or a piece of similar vintage.
I picked up a few of the above weapons from a fabulous site that details EVERY scarf knot that you could possibly imagine. Fabulous.
Click the image to take a closer look at the instructions.
With spring comes the need for change.
It involves lots of shopping, shopping for a new man, a new job, a new wardrobe, new digs – you name it. But most importantly at this time of year people are out to buy a new hairdo.
Blondes get blonder while brunettes go darker. And others are asking themselves what it’s like living on the other side of the fence, long or short, dark or light.
But my advice is if you don’t look like Agyness Deyn, DON’T CHOP YOUR HAIR OFF. For Gods sake. No ones actually going to tell you if it looks bad. You’ll just have to live with it.
Besides, my tip for this spring/summer is long luscious locks with a natural wave.
Who What Wear show us how its done.