Sunday, 10 February 2013
These are all the items I wouldn't mind receiving for Valentines day "WINK WINK", although tradition has made all "suitable" Valentines presents to be pink or red with a sprinkle of sparkly dust, I think that something black and stapled with studs (sufficient but not necessary :P) would be an equally suitable present.
From the list above, you can see that I am so obsessed with Proenza Schouler's PS1 design, it's just such a stunning design which was designed not only for it's good looks but also for its practicality!
I would openly invite anything that is a rich and sumptuous red into my closet. As for pinks, I tend to stay well clear of all things pink, but on Valentine's day I'm open to having some pastel pink in my palette, the Balenciaga bracelet is as pink as I would comfortably agree to wear... anything more saturated and you know I'm being forced!
In terms of jewellery, oversized chandelier like earrings are just so beautiful! I think of them as works of art and I envy all those with their ears pierced! I included them in the list because I know Nadia would be a huge fan of these so I'm posting them on her behalf :P Rings are usually the only jewellery I would actually wear and those YSL (or is it SLP now?!) Artsy rings in that stunning oxidised silver is definitely one of my faaaaaave items right now. I literally just found them today. OBSESSED!!!
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This is more like my current wishlist with a few guilty pleasures, you're probably thinking "what guilty pleasures?!", these are the items which I like but wouldn't buy because too many people have it. My main guilty pleasure is the Mulberry Alexa. To be honest with you its all things Mulberry. JEEZ IM SO LABELIST! "Why" you might ask. Well, I'm not going to lie, there was once a time when I was obsessed with Mulberry when it was all the rage to carry a Mulberry Bayswater after Kate Moss was seen toting it around London and I swear I begged and begged my mum to buy me one for my Birthday and by the time I received it, I had fallen out of love with it a bit as the high street and probably every single factory in China had duped the hell out of it. When everyone is carrying the real bag you don't feel as special anymore no matter how luxe or sublime it is. The Mulberry Alexa was the next bag to suffer the same fate and it became the next most duped bag and it's lost it's prestige in my eyes, even though it is beautiful I will never buy one.