My current musings.
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I had a moment today when I was almost moved to tears. I posted on my facebook page urging followers to sign ‘Charlottes Law’ a petition on Tougher Cyber Bullying Legislation, which for me, was a personal no brainer. The death of Charlotte over the weekend blind sighted me and being part of the online world where from time to time receive a nasty message or two, its impossible for me to sit back on this issue. Everyone has the right to have an opinion, but everyone also has the right to feel safe and respected in an offline and online environment. So when I posted about the petition and received hundreds of emails notifying me that you added your signature, it was a humbling moment and i’m eternally thankful for your actions.
And now for the clothes!
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The only bows you’ll see me wear are on my feet.
I’m pushing my girly boundaries in this number but absolutely adore this artpiece of a dress by Scanlan Theodore. Worn to the David Jones AW14 launch a few weeks ago I’m trying to work out other occasions I can bring this one out again. I’m going with more of a long term plan. There are some pieces that you just cant part with, even if you only get to wear them once every blue moon.
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Photos by Nicole Cooper
Beige has a bit of an unfair reputation for being boring, but it’s all about how you style these neutral pieces that make it work. I also, for my style anyway, don’t recommend going ‘the full beige’. You need to mix it with other colours and textures to make it young and chic without looking too corporate and mature.
A nude heel, a classic trench and a cosy knit are three key pieces you can introduce to your wardrobe. Styling it with denim to dress it down and blacks and leathers to toughen it up are simple ways to make beige work for you.