The one piece isn’t boring, and shouldn’t only be worn by you mom or granny. Forget about those tiny little bikini’s that feel uncomfortable, this summer the one-piece bathing suit is making waves!
There are so many options: cut outs, deep necklines, cool prints, the list is endless. Today I picked this 50’s inspired suit by Topshop, that leaves just a little something to the imagination.
- 1. Swimsuit // Topshop
- 2. Sandals // Topshop
- 3. Sunglasses// Ray-Ban
- 4. Tan optimizer // St.Tropez
- 5. Lipstick // Nars
- 6. Passport holder // Asos
Hi! So, it’s official, my summer holiday has started! I travelled a weekend to Vlieland, and performed there with my Fleetwood Mac Tribute band ‘Seven Wonders‘. A long weekend of beach fun, music, friends and lots of alcohol, card games..well just the perfect way to kickstart my time off from work. :)
I sadly had to part ways with my trusty Macbook btw, since I accidentally dropped a glass of water over it…ARGH:(
Since I’ve been back from Vlieland, I’ve been revamping my boyfriend’s old Macbook. (So happy we kept it) Let’s just say, it’s been a little bit of a struggle. But it’s finally working, and it also stopped raining, so I managed to shoot an outfit again.
I’m also planning to revamp my blog, trying to set up a new layout sometime this week. YAY!
Today’s outfit features a long lost friend of mine, my River Island printed overalls, or catsuit, or whatever the hell you call it. It’s been hiding in the back of my closet, so glad I kept it! Curious?
Today’s featured music video is one of my favorite tracks of the album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’.
To Pimp A Butterfly album out now
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/ToPimpAButterflyGP
Amazon CD: http://smarturl.it/ToPimpAButterflyCD
Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/ToPimpAButterflyAmz
Best Buy: http://smarturl.it/ToPimpAButterflyBB
Ok, so to change things up a bit, and because I’ve been recovering from a visit to the dentist and another seizure, I thought it would be fun to do the 25 food questions tag!
Let’s do it! [Read more…]
One of my all time favorite designers, Vivienne Westwood, has designed a capsule collection together with the brand Opening Ceremony.
”Opening Ceremony was founded in 2002 by two friends from UC Berkeley, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, as a place to share their passions for travel, art, and fashion. Inspired by a trip to Hong Kong, the two decided to leave their jobs in corporate fashion to realize their unique dream. What began as a single store on a quiet street in downtown New York is now a global community with outposts in New York, London, and Los Angeles, a department store in Tokyo, a wholesale showroom, an in-house clothing line, a blog, an e-commerce site, a TV channel, and an annual magazine.
Taking its name and mission statement from the modern Olympic Games, founded by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, Opening Ceremony adopts a multinational approach to retail. In addition to stocking both iconic and emerging homegrown designers, every year OC showcases the spirit and merchandise of a visiting country, transforming each store into a marketplace for exotic souvenirs and international talent.” Source: Opening Ceremony.
And this collection brings back some of Westwood’s finest punk and pirate looks, like she used to sell in her boutique ‘Worlds End’. It’s a 20 piece uni-sex collection, sold exclusively at Opening Ceremony in their New York and Los Angeles stores. Lucky for us, there’s also an online store! Take a look at some of the images of the lookbook.