So today I trotted along to the headquarters of SFG - Specialty Fashion Group, to get a sneak peak of all their upcoming looks for the Spring/Summer season this year.
In the meantime, here are MY personal faves. Including these FUCKING AWESOME BEETLEJUICE JEANS.
CITY CHIC: JUST SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY ALREADY! They're definitely top of my shopping list for next season.
Above: Confetti print blazer with cool zip-waistband detail. Below: HOW AMAZING IS THIS SEQUINNED PENCIL SKIRT???? (Both pieces will be coming into City Chic in July/August.
Some of the fabulous Pin-up girl inspired lingerie coming into City Chic:
Me with my fave pieces:
Here's my full outfit. Yes I was rather rugged up, as today was actually the coming of the SECOND ICE AGE!
Also, Puffa jackets are very on-trend at the moment and I found this awesome psychedelic blue and purple tie-dyed 90s-era vintage ski jacket with geometric applique detail in an op-shop a few weeks ago for $14 and I HAD TO HAVE IT!
Check out the stripey applique detail on the back. I love it.
I'm wearing it here with:
- Mini skirt by M line from Myer a couple of years ago
- Black leggings from who knows, I've got a million pairs
- (Underneath) black sheer oversized shirt from ASOS a few years ago
- Arabel studded cut-out boots from TOPSHOP
- Black Rib Boyfriend Beanie from ASOS
- White rimmed round sunnies from ASOS (that my Grandma informs me look like goggles)
- Chunky necklace from H&M in London a few years back
Here's a closer look at that awesome sequinned skirt again:
This one's a great statement piece for evening wear: a black strapless full-length gown with dramatic sequinned bustier and peplum.
OH MY GOD LOOK AT THAT FREAKY-ARSE KITTY T-SHIRT - I WANT ONE! This piece was from Autograph.
I love a bit of acid-pink. Especially in a sheer lace top. This one's from Katies which I didn't realise goes all the way upto size 22.
How cute is this peachy lacey/brocadey skater dress from Crossroads? Love the cut-out details. They're really reasonably priced too. I can't remember the exact price of this one but most of their stuff is around the $50/$60 price-point.
This lightweat kimono-style jacket is pretty psychedelic:
I loved the fringing detail too:
This maxi-dress was fun. I liked the multi-colour trim and the padded bustier with studded cup-details. Would be great for a summer festival-look.
There were heaps of lightweight, patterned cotton trousers on display too from all the labels. These black and white ones were from Crossroads.
Up close it almost looked like a cross-stitch pattern which I quite liked.
That's my wrap! Until next time....