Worst day of the week so I thought it’d be a great opportunity to brighten up your feed.
My daughter completely steals the show in this post with her cuteness. I mean look at that biker jacket and those mixed prints on those teeny tiny clothes. There was absolutely no way she would get away with a little mum and daughter twinning. So here it is folks…introducing our first matchy matchy mum and daughter outfits.
Thanks for reading and I hope you love the photographs.
I’m wearing: Vintage skirt || Vintage vest || Vintage singlet || Boots by Asos || Biker jacket by Topshop
Squirt is wearing: Top by Bonds || Jeans by H&M || Sneakers by Vans || Leather biker by Zara || Bag by Zara
I’m a lover of unique old things from houses to furniture and obviously clothing. Inspired by this, my fashion and style section certain takes on this new flavour.
This gorgeous vintage floral dress didn’t escape my eyes (and hands) and given its age, I love that it’s still in such good nick. Bless the quality of the clothes made back when consumerism wasn’t as big as it is today.
Nothing in this look is new so you can’t pick it up in stores but I’m pleased to say that this dress will be available for you to grab off my hot hands in due course.
Exciting times ahead all.
Much love, Sovanny x
I’m wearing: Vintage Anne Taylor dress || Vintage brogues || Floral crown from Lovisa Jewellery
Hello and happy Easter weekend! Never ever had I imagined that I’d be blogging about the things I do and posting pictures like these for the whole world to see. I’ve really embraced the accessibility of technology and through this connected with amazing people all over the world. This and the opportunity to express myself while building confidence is why I’ve loved blogging so much. To that end, I want to thank everyone who’s supported my journey. It means more than you know. Thanks for coming by and I hope to see your continued support. Sovanny x
I’m wearing: Vintage blouse || Vintage Levis cut offs || Hat from Anthropologie
Along with her gorgeous little pop up shop was a display of quality leather goods that were made to order. After a little browsing and chit chat, I discover that she’s cleverly made these pieces herself. A skill passed down by her father. What’s more amazing is that her leather goods come in a range of tasteful colours for you to choose from and are all hand stitched.
Admittedly I wanted a few but finally decided to bag myself a satchel that converts into a backpack, has a hand tooled rose design and customised stamp. I requested to have mine hand stamped (complimentary) with my daughters name…because I love her so much.
Best of all the satchel is large enough to fit everything. It’s perfect as an everyday fashion staple and can also be doubled up as a nappy bag. I’m a mum afterall.
I’m wearing:: Top by Mossimo || Skirt by Passion || Heels by Zara || Vintage bag || Statement necklace by Pam Hiran
For work earlier in the week, I decided it was time to pair a thrifted top with this pretty skirt which I’ve had for about 5 years- never worn by the way. Better late than never and to think I was so close to selling it.
There are still clothes that I’ve yet to wear from my purchases years ago and I’m determined to make the most of them this year.