Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Ballad of Sisters' issue launch at Birthdays Dalston









Im still working on launching my label and hoping still to open up shop in February!  I'm hoping its not too much wishful thinking!  I have manny posts coming up so stay tuned!!!!!!!

This outfit was invented especially
for the Ballad of  Sisters' issue launch at Birthdays !
As expected, it was a blast!

Last 3 photos taken by Oh Curio

Outfit details:

Dress: Late 1960s early 1970s dress in bright green with fringe
Coat: 1950s Mohair Angora coat in stone blue grey with gold ball buttons and collarless mandarin detail
Boots: 1960s Go go boots Gold lame green sequin stars with fringe !!
(One of my most prized possessions!!!)
Bow: Golden basket weave texture (reminds me of a bee or its hive) vintage ribbon from Bell'occhio
Tights:  Golden with back seams American Apparel


laurencelumb said...

lovely boots and orange ribbon! you make me feel like dressing up and running back to london! love ur blog.

Meg Eileen Carroll said...

your fashion sense is the craziest. It's the kind you see in a quirky, high-fashion magazine and think "wow, that is so insane that it is genius. I could never pull it off but am awfully inspired by it." :D

Helga! said...

That frock and those boots=giving me the HORN!

Maxens M. Finch said...

Just seeing this dress makes me wanna dance. Also the bow is perfect with you hair... but bows are perfect generally, aren't they?

Maxens M. Finch said...

Okay, the more I look at this outfit... the more I note the details that makes it good.

Nicole Eymard said...

Hahah thanks! It definitely is fun to dance in. Yes bows are always great!

Nicole Eymard said...

Wow what a nice complement!

Nicole Eymard said...

Thanks for the blog love! Thanks for making me sound like an ad to live in london, haha amazing!

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