Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Happy mistakes

A little leopard for christmas... it makes total sense to me.

  • Dress : Rodarte for Target
  • Bag : Kenneth Cole

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Winter shorts

  • Shorts & jacket : F21
  • Boots : GoJane
  • Belt & jewelry : vintage

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lovely photos

V Spain #2, Model Kaitlin Aas photographed by Txema Yeste. Via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Cut-outs and Shoulders

Found this marvelous jacket buried in my coat closet this morning... and to think I've been wasting precious hours searching for a strong shouldered jacket when I had one all along.

  • Jacket : Vintage
  • Dress : Cheap shop (?)
  • Boots : F21

Monday, December 14, 2009


I was so impressed with all the entries to the Kiki competition that I couldn't pick a winner. There were girls who have never owned fancy undies, girls who pictured their nipples peeking seductively through lacy garments, girls who promised me photos of their skivvies, and tomboys who wanted to impress their husbands with racy tank tops. Who am I, I thought, to stop any of these wonderful, sexy, creative girlies from donning their dreamy knickers??? And so I had to resort to the old 'pull a name out of a bag' trick and remove that huge responsibility from my poor shoulders. And so... I announce with great pleasure that Jill is the winner of the $100 gift. Congratulations girl!!!! PS. I will be requiring a photo of you (or at least part of you ) in your winning garment of choice :)

Photos by Benjamin Alexander Huseby for Dazed and Confused via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Silver blazer

  • Blazer : Urban Outfitters
  • T : H&M
  • Leather skirt, boots & scarf : F21
  • Bag : Chanel

Friday, December 4, 2009

Artsy Fartsy

I love me some abstractions in front of the lens.....

Photos by Nick D'Emilio for Morning Beauty.
Courtesy of Fashion Gone Rogue.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Old Levis

Going for that Jane Birkin thing....
Everything's vintage.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

The Late, Great Mr YSL

  • Trousers : Vintage YSL
  • Top : Target
  • Shoes : Dries Van Noten
  • Necklaces : various old

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

A little thank you... some Kiki lingerie care of shopbop

Ever since my brief (pun intended) stint as a sales girl at Victoria's Secret I have had a bit of an obsession for lovely undies. I don't feel completely dressed if my knickers are dull. As many of my friends will attest, I am regularly hitching said knickers in a very unladylike manner which, I suppose, deters from the sexy I was trying to achieve by wearing impractical undergarments in the first place. And so the complexities of life continue.
As the holidays are approaching I thought it only right that I should thank my dear readers and get one of you into the pickle of the naughty knickers tug of war (so to speak). Miss Kiki de Montparnasse makes the most beautiful and flirty little things and here is your opportunity to get your (and hopefully his) hands on some ;)

kiki lingerie

Hello Wardrobe Diaries Readers!

Ooo la la, we have something sexy and chic in store for you today. I have one $100 Shopbop.com gift card, to send to one lucky girl who leaves the best comment below. It's so, so simple. Just tell me all about which piece of Kiki lingerie from Shopbop.com is your favorite and why. The best and most creative comment wins, so get creative! You have 10 days to enter. Oh hey, international readers...this one is for you too!
I will pick the winner on Friday December 11th.

What is Kiki de Montparnasse?

It's a sexy and classy line of luxury lingerie that will "inspire your romantic imagination." Nothing but a class-act here. Kiki lingerie can be worn in the bedroom (obviously) or even as accent pieces out in public to add that certain something to your look. Do you dare?

kiki lingerie

Kiki must be the designer, right?

Actually, no. Kiki de Montparnasse is a line designed by Creative Director Jennifer Zuccarini. Zuccarini studied fine arts and earned a degree in Art History. She moved to Montreal and worked with designers before moving to New York and earning a design degree from FIT. After a few more years of freelancing, she built a team to make her design dream come true. Kiki de Montparnasse was inspired by a cabaret singer, writer and artist, Alice Prin, known as Kiki. Montparnasse is a well-known art area in France. Everything that she embodied was the inspiration that Jennifer was looking for.

Which Kiki de Montparnasse item is your favorite?

You have to tell us in order to win! C'mon...don't be shy. Just go for it! Which piece is your favorite and how would you wear it? Creativity (and maybe a little bit of courage) is key! Winner will receive $100 to spend at Shopbop.com. Have fun ;)