A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous- Coco Chanel
Friday, October 1, 2010
Chanel, Top shop and worthy treats.
I have been making some wishful wish lists and have come to the conclusion that I AM going to get a Chanel jumbo or maxi lambskin bag.
Alex from HRHcollection made a few videos in relation to her bags and wasn't very happy with the colouring of the powder pink (I think) I want your advice as to whether I should get a cream colour with gold chain detail or the black with gold detail. I know I have wanted black for as long as I can remember but pink/cream seems really different yet popular.
Another thing I wanted to find out from everyone was if you recommend any items at top shop at the moment? I'm looking for simple pieces mainly black as I need them for work. I want bandage skirts, jackets and cute tops. Lace and detailing would be nice as I don't want to look too funereally. I in Australia remember so I need to be able to get it off the internet. The last thing I really wanted to bring up was the fact that I start my new job this week I'm so excited it's a company called Glamazone and they sell wholesale jewels for party and ball wear and scarves and clutches and just bits and pieces that are really girly. I am so excited for it and I can't wait to fill my bank account with money hehe. It will call for a giant shopping spree and that's the point of this topic post. I want exciting summer/spring wear lots of bright colours and I'll be taking my inspiration from Whit 'IT' Port, LC, Steph Pratt and Nicole Richie. I know I am a sucker for The Hills and The City. I love Olivia and I would love to put her in my inspiration list but I find her to be a very "dressy" dresser and her casual looks are very minimal and most are night time and wintery rugged up looks. Don't get me wrong I love her and everything she puts together and I have found a few pieces I love but like I said there aren't many.
I am going to leave you all with that. I hope I get lots of feed back because I am really interested in this topic.