Shirts are hot at the moment. Especially long ones with a twist. Like this one from Samsøe & Samsøe with an A-symmetrical finish. Very nice with a (fake) leather skirt or ripped jeans.
We’re happy to see that sweaters and jumpers make a revival this season. It’s such a pity to only wear them when you cuddle up on the couch. Whe stumbled upon this one from Soaked in Luxury. It has an easy to match soft grey color and cute studded stars on it to make it less casual.
It was also my (Digitalista K) birthyear. Yes, I’m an oldie. But I can at least say I’ve seen fashion evolving through three decades already. French magazine Jalouse brought an hommage to the year of 1977 in their February issue. Ofcourse I could not leave the bookstore without this collector’s item, and share some of my thoughts with you….
We don’t need to remind you we love food. But edible accessories might be a bit over the top. It’s something we need to think about. Because stopping the urge to bite your bag because you’re hungry and there’s nothing edible around could be a problem…
Girls and make-up. It’s a love story boys don’t understand. As a 16-year old, me and my friends stood hours and hours in front of the mirror, powdering ourselves. With a bottle of wine or some sweet stuff like Malibu we had our own little make-up party before we went to the club. Now, years later, we don’t have these make-up parties anymore. Such a pitty! So last week I booked a Rimmel@Home make-up party for me and my friends. To bring back good memories and of course to learn a lot of new make-up tricks!
We’ve got serious shoe fetish and we like all kind of shoes; platform heels, sandals, flip-flops, stiletto’s, over knee boots, sneakers and even ugg’s and Red Wings. So now is the question; what do we think of the new Dr. Martens ankle boot covered up with flowers from the new…
Digitalista K. wrote an article about the Dutch fashion ( R ) Evolution for ModaCYCLE. ‘At the moment, departing from what we have seen during the Amsterdam International Fashionweek, we could classify our Dutch designers in three different categories: the classicists, the modernists and the rebels.’ Find out who they are? Then continue reading!
Victoria Koblenko, a Dutch actress, always looks very, well ehm, extraordinary. Especially her hair is something a lot of people talk about. We spotted her during the Glammy Awards a few months ago with a kind of weird gladiator coupe; blond short hair with more then hundred small, black pins in it. Everybody was in shock…who was that extreme diligent hairdresser of hers?!