This blog is long dead ‘n’ buried but please check out my new blog, Tranny Chic.
Just wanted to say that after a year and a half or so I’ve decided to discontinue the blog. It helped me a lot and was a lot of fun to do but lately it started to feel too much like a chore. I feel like I’m only just doing this blog for myself anymore but honestly I don’t feel the need to do this anymore as I’ve become a more outgoing person and have friends now who know me as Fe. So it just seems like a waste of time. I just hope you guys had as much fun reading it as I had writing it.
The blog will stay online though. It’s too hard to just throw all that work away and also I see no reason to.
Well, it seems that each new week goes paired with another designer discovery. This week’s discovery is Ashleigh Verrier who’s latest collection I discovered on the Nylon blog (as usual). Her collection is very fairytale-esque without veering too much to the goth side of things. It’s not too dark or heavy but quite playful and romantic really. I don’t like all of the looks but here are the ones that I’d buy in a heartbeat (and they’re quite a lot) but you can check out the rest of the collection in all it’s animated GIF glory here.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
I’m totally loving this two-tone Reed Krakoff dress. I love the deep and subtly draped neckline and the illusion of it being a two-piece outfit but with a twist. And if you look at the red part you’ll see that they used a sheer fabric for it. So pretty! By the way, the dress is modelled here by Sea of Shoes’ Jane Aldridge and she just happens to be one of my favourite fashion-bloggers. I love her quirky style and the fact that she’s not afraid to take risks style-wise. Oh, that and the fact that I just wish I could be her. C’mon, just look at her, she’s gorgeous. And to think that red hair and pale skin are considered flaws by some. Tsk, what do they know? Anyways check out the other shots at Sea of Shoes for a glance at all of the details.