Cameo is one of my all-time favourite Australian labels. They consistently push out pieces that are affordable and completely different to anything else you see. Or they take a trend, turn it on its head, give it a spank and make it completely new. I need that halter neck peplum floral top and I need it now (even though I am currently in bed nursing a killer tummy ache while watching the season finale of The Bachelor - trashy and incredibly dumb reality TV at its finest and most messed up).
Sunday, November 3, 2013
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Kimono from Taobao; Top from No Idea; Skirt from Glassons; Necklace fron Knobbly on Etsy. Photos by Emma Lucey from Spin Dizzy Fall.
Some impromptu street photos while avoiding elderly men shuffling about on canes with my girl Em. Sometimes it hits me just how many amazing people I have met through blogging - it seems like such a long time ago that I was blogging through random people's subdomains and wearing exclusively musty thrifted clothes.
It's crunch time at uni. The usual - except this is the last time ever. I've officially attended my final university class this morning, and as of next Tuesday, I'll be assignment-free and school-free for the rest of my life. It's bizarre. I was speaking to a friend of mine from uni, and we were just commenting on how back in year 12, upon high school graduation, you looked at photos of yourself in year 7 and thought 'Wow, little Jess was so different. What a slug. I would punch 13 year old me', and now, as a third year university student, looking back and thinking on first year Jess has the same effect. Three years vs. five, and equal, if not more, change. It's terrifying how much change has happened in such a short span of time. I don't think it's finally hit me that I'm never going back to an educational institution, while the majority of my friends my age are still slugging away at 5 year commerce/law/engineering/medicine courses. This will probably be one of the last times I procrasti-blog. Here's to never going through fifteen media power readings again.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
This was created by soaking various flowers in liquid nitrogen bath for thirty seconds before using a spring-loaded contraption to launch them against a white surface, where they shattered. I would have loved to see a slow-mo video of this happening. So beautiful.