Florals? For spring? Ground-breaking. We all know the disdain with which Miranda Priestly hissed these lines in The Devil Wears Prada. Since then, I’ve looked for a different approach to the season, and failed. Floral prints define spring so why fight it? After being subjected to months of caramel, grey and black there’s nothing more refreshing than a bouquet explosion. To avoid looking like granny’s couch, here are seven tips on how to wear floral for spring 2017.
As you’ve noticed, I resurrected my blog last week. (Again!) It seems all I ever do is apologise to you for my long stretches of absence. If you think I’ve used up all my nines lives and not deserving of another minute of your time, I will understand. However, I would prefer that you didn’t.
If you must know, I’ve been trying to carve a career as a social media consultant. It’s been tough! especially as I’ve had to take a serious cut in income. While most would concur that money can’t buy happiness, a woman still needs to pay bills. Shopping, for anything barring essentials, has had to take a back seat. Way-aaay back!
Ruff Tung took a whole lotta crazy to MBFW Joburg 2017 this weekend. I mean, how many sequins can one fashionista handle?
Never enough, if you’re as much of a fan as I am. To understand their work is to know designer Bridget Pickering and her love affair with light reflectors. This is a mother of three who wears purple lycra leggings to work and silver sparkles to casual drinks on a Thursday night in the ‘burbs.
Design house partner Ludwig Bausch doesn’t shy away from bling either, evident by those damn hot gold jeans he wore on show night. Yoh!
Jin Jin du Cap Jewellery in Constantia Village Courtyard is an ode to all things deliciously sparkly. I popped in last week after owner Suzi Wallinder repositioned her business strategy, spruced up her treasure trove and offered a Jin Jin du Cap jewellery giveaway to one of my readers. *rubs hands in glee*
The Chanel Cruise 2017/18 Collection by Karl Kagerfrld paid homage to Greece and Greek mythology as the origin of beauty and culture.