Wishlist, Women

Weekend Perv: Acne Boots

Quick, before the weekend is over! Acne Pistol boots in rose gold…very covetable, practical(ish), beautiful and indeed most worthy of the Weekend Perv themselves.

But take a moment to check out that whole outfit. Leather pencil skirt, House Of Hackney floral sweatshirt, chain bracelet, soft clutch and those boots…I want it all!





Accessories, Wishlist, Women

Weekend Perv: Perfect Black Flats from Saint Laurent

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I’m forever in search of great black flats. I own a stack of them, but it’s a never ending search for the perfect pair, black flats are my holy grail of shoes.

I dare say this pair is very close to it…so sleek, so dainty and oh so very shiny. These beauties from Saint Laurent may just do it all: they’re work friendly, party friendly and everyday friendly. They look pretty with a skirt, and this pair¬†absolutely nails a classic look teamed with a cropped pant. Yep, I can see myself strutting about in these, maybe even do a little moonwalk.

Being Saint Laurent they’re not exactly a steal. Sigh. But cost per wear could make them justifiable…or maybe I could have a fundraiser??

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All images sourced from Net-a-Porter


Weekend Perv: Nike Air Max I VT WMNS

full bodyWhen Nike came out with the Air Max 90 I’d just started high school, was super impressionable (find me a 12 year old who isn’t) and they were what all the cool kids wore.¬† I desperately wanted a pair. Desperately.¬† They looked so cool with their fat soles, big window (so hi-tech at the time) and the¬†super bright colours they came in. Not blessed with the legs required to pull of a pair of Reebok Pumps, I thought maybe the Airmax 90 was the answer to my sneaker problems. Sadly it wasn’t (my legs still wouldn’t co -operate and neither would my parents), but I loved them then, and I still have a soft spot for them ’til now.

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Fast forward to 2013 when everything 90’s is cool (well, except pencil thin eyebrows, brown lipstick and my collection of mixtapes) and “Sports Luxe” is like, an actual thing. I came across these beauties¬†on net-a-porter during the week, and seriously, how cool are they? Yes I admit they are a little weird, but awesomely so.¬† Beige trainers whoever would’ve thunk it, the¬†unusual colour combination gives the illusion of a chunky two-tone-brogue / sneaker hybrid. And that yellow, pure¬†genius that is. These also come in a hi-top wedge version which look cool too, but they’re no Air Max if you know what I mean.

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The high school version of me (and my inner homegirl) is in love with this classic Nike shoe in a new edition.¬† However the grown up version is annoyingly reminding me of the distinct “lady power walking home from work” look that happens when I try to wear sporty shoes with my conservative outfits. Sigh.

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Oh well, a girl can have a Weekend Perv! I’ll dust off my big hoop earrings, put on one of those mixtapes, channel my inner homegirl and dream about some new kicks.

All images sourced from Net-a-porter.

Accessories, Feel good, Men

Weekend Perv: Michael Hockey x amFAR Boots

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photo 43Whilst researching the Don’t Fight The Blues Part I and Part II¬†I stumbled upon a range of absolutely amazing men’s shoes, the kind of beautifully detailed and lovingly made shoes that makes me scorn all men who persist with crap shoes (there’s no excuse!),¬†whilst at the same time making me wish for man-size feet so I can wear them.¬†I dug¬†a little further and was¬†so excited¬†to discover they are the work of my good friend Michael Hockey. I always knew he was a supremely¬†talented fellow (and funny as hell I’ll have you know) but I honestly was taken aback with the level of detail and craftsmanship of his range, in particular these lace up boots from his capsule range for international non-profit organisation¬†amFAR¬†(The Foundation for Aids Research). Good cause and good style! Winning.
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Feel good, Men, Women

Casual Friday Part I

Let’s talk about Casual Friday. Seriously the¬†way people freak¬†out about this concept, you’d think that¬†it was thought up by evil HR types out¬†to¬†torture innocent hard-working¬†people. It’s actually¬†a nice last-day-of-the-week where you can relax the formality of the workplace a little and maybe head out for a nice drink somewhere straight after work without looking all suit-y.

Even though Casual Friday can be a bit tricky, there are some rules you can follow regardless of where you work so you can always look the business (heehee).
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