street art

STATEMENT

It has been an absolute crazy couple of weeks. Mostly I’ve been a mummy to my babes but then there’s also managing my small business and the blog.

When it comes to the blog, there’s a lot of work and effort behind the scenes. Additionally, for me there’s also the added pressure when it’s my time poor husband that takes the images and we have 2 kids rollin’ with us. But we push through because I love it, it provides me with a creative outlet and also allows me to connect with inspirational people all over the world.

After bub number 2 arrived,  we’ve learnt to be more efficient. Photoshoots now tend to happen locally if not on the way to or after a family outing. These images were taken in the evening at a local street art strip after some mid week Thai.

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I completed my old meets new outfit with a much needed statement necklace. Having always been a fan of jewellery, it’s always nice to have quality pieces that you can use to jazz up an outfit. This particular piece was from My Boutique – an online store with a load of fashionable jewellery at affordable prices. So go on and check them out.

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For all the bloggers out there, kids or no kids – how do you keep it up? I’d really love to hear from you.

I’m wearing: Playsuit and boots by Asos || Necklace and silver ring from My Boutique || Vintage Jacket by Cue Clothing || Sunglasses from Retrostar Vintage Clothing

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SUMMERTIME SWAG – EDITORIAL

– EDITORIAL –

Summertime Swag

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Vintage fashion need not be unstylish  nor boring. In collaboration with Antique Button Jewellery, Mode Madison is pleased to bring to you the Summertime Swag Editorial. This is how we roll.

Clothing: Mode Madison
Jewellery: Antique Button Jewellery
Styling: Sovanny Vu
Hair & Makeup: Becki White Makeup Artist & GeorgiaFace Hair & Makeup
Babes: Amrita Sharma, Chrisya Sabaru, Erika Moreno & Ting Ting Qian

Inspired by vintage meets cosplay meets street-style


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Wearing the ‘In the Tropics’ 1980’s vintage playsuit, $39 // Modelled by Amrita Sharma // Hair & Makeup by Becki White

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Wearing the ‘Gorgeousness’ 1970’s vintage playsuit, $69 // Modelled by Ting Ting // Hair & Makeup by GeorgieFace

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Isn't she a beauty! Chrisya wears the 'Be Daring Playsuit'. Those gorgeous braided hair buns and face done by Becki White Makeup Artist

Wearing the ‘Be Daring’ 1980’s vintage playsuit, $49 // Modelled by Chrisya // Hair & Makeup by Becki White

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Wearing the ‘Mystical’ 1980’s vintage playsuit $39 // Modelled by Erika Moreno // Hair & Makeup by GeorgieFace

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FASHION AND ART

Hello everyone

Since I started blogging, I have rarely taken advantage of the wonderful street art surrounding our Melbourne inner northern suburbs neighbourhood. Noticeably it makes the perfect backdrop for my photographs and compliments my love for vintage and street fashion. If we could afford the luxury of scouting for the perfect site all the time this is what we’d do. For the purposes of convenience however, most of our photographs are taken at home. Luckily for the squirt and I, this cool strip of street art was located along the bike path of a nearby cafe we decided to brunch at over the weekend. I am really keen to show everyone the amazing Melbourne street art scene so here’s to a step closer in making that happen.

Thanks for reading all.

Sovanny x

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I’m wearing: Vintage jumper || Vintage leather look studded skirt by Moschino || Boots by Asos || Vintage Bag || Sunglasses from Retrostar Vintage || Snapback from Asos

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