Monday, July 05, 2010

bodkin





buy: nice clothings from bodkin. not sure why but the most of the clothes i have in my wardrobe are white, grey and black. if i can afford it, all of these outfits including the shoes would be perfect addition to my wardrobe! i love how they all the lose cut that seems to be really comfortable to wear but still also fit in nicely and look very stylish.

on a side note, this year feels really really quickly to me, i still can't believe it's july already and there are so many things i want to do! how are you going with your goals / resolutions? care to share what you have achieved and what other things that you still want to do before the end of the year? would love to hear from you.

9 comments:

  1. i want that grey jersey, it looks so snug!

    this year is going fast for me too. i can't remember if i had goals/ resolutions at the start of the year but i think things are coming together quite well- esp in terms of work. so that's good i guess!

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  2. i reckon sticking to neutrals is excellent, as long as you add some design interest, like in these pieces (which i love). i have only recently added colours to my wardrobe, and lament the days when everything matched without effort haha!

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  3. Those clothes are amazing. I seem to do the same thing with the white, grey and black clothing except I have many floral pieces that I just add to my less exciting clothes.

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  4. Great find. That second photo looks so casual and elegant at the same time. Neutrals are nice but I like a little bit of colour in spots, like a necklace or something.

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  5. the model from this shoot also has a great blog, she is a really tallented photographer : http://www.hanneli.com/

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  6. @luna - wow she is amazing indeed! thanks for sharing that link!

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  7. i adore that sweater in the second photo! =]

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  8. oh my i think i've fallen a tad in love.
    http://stangersandthestreets.blogspot.com/

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