hasbeen and i missed it

Monday, August 17, 2009

These are from a few weeks ago. There's just too many things to do and or i am just an expert in procrastinating.

I've broken into these wedges as mentioned a while ago and had a smooth ride into sock-sandal heaven and back without having too many awkward stares. The wedge is hand-made by some dude or dudette in a factory in Sweden - and some fine work i gotta add.

Inclining to get these clogs in the future plus some flares and psychedelic prints in all sorts and forms and I'll be all set for the 70s!!


Jacket : Vintage
Dress : Cos
Mesh : AA
Wedge : Swedish Hasbeens


Anika said...

When I first saw these I have to admit I was a little overwhelmed. But they look fab on you and are not as grandmother-y.

Hope all is well with you folk.

Just bought my ticket to Europe for Jan....super excited...I may need some assistance as to what to do (the must do!!) in Prague or Barcelona ;)

Have a great one

Luna Supernova said...

I really love your style and your photographs are pretty amazing too.

Anika said...

thanks for the kind offer of sharing....will definitely take you up on it. Just planned our route and what modes of travel we'll be using. Now onto where to book and what to see....and then I'll be querying you lovely girls :)

Hope you've had a fab weekend...here's to a great week!

Faridah said...

They look fabulous. What a great outfit. You're really working the socks and sandals look.

brooke said...

I love it, they look amazing!! and faridah is right, you look great in socks and sandals. and the blazer is gorgeous! love the hills hoist in the background too :)

xx brooke

The Likkle Girl Who Wurves Pwetty Things said...

Hello A.n.E,
Thank you for saying "hello" on my blog!

You've got a lovely one and I'll be back!

I love the socks + clogs look too - my favourite for the last two Winters. Yes, people do give strange looks but I guess that's the price we have to pay for being "early adopters"? Haha. x

Anonymous said...

just have to say that those wedges are considered cloggs also here in Sweden even if they are in a slightly different shape than the regular and higher--they are still made out of wood ;) hihi