Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Just imagine...

...if this was a one piece.

Hello winter!

Photo taken from the Young Shields blog.

Monday, 19 October 2009

Cheryl Cole.

Quite a few people are slating the outfit that Cheryl Cole wore on the X Factor last Saturday...true, the Military jacket and hat are a bit tacky but she is working a seriously nice high-legged leotard!

Her trousers are pretty cool too...not dissimilar to some of these creations I've spotted over the last few months...

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Tuesday, 6 October 2009


Polka Lace. Black. Cotton jersey. Mesh panels with polka dot detail. XS/S/M. £32.

Photos taken by Stephanie Smith.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Sample Sale.

I have 4 blue All in One samples for sale at the unbelievably cheap price of £15 (usually £35)!

Blue cotton jersey with silver vinyl writing, low crotch, one size fits all.

I also have one black/gold All in One with sleeves/hood for £15 (usually £45). It has a few small holes in the back hence the large reduction.

They're samples so the writing is slightly creased but they're still looking fresh.

Email me if you want one.

How to accessorise pt.2

All by Timothy James Andrews.

Taken from

Seeing shapes.

Saturday, 3 October 2009

Friday, 2 October 2009

Thursday, 1 October 2009

Gareth Pugh. I heart you.

I know these aren't onesies but I literally love everything about these images - the lighting, make-up, accessories..and of course, the clothes.

It really is something to be inspired by and work towards - I have trawled through hundreds of catwalk images over the last few weeks and have barely come away with a sense of anyone doing something different or moving forward.

I remember watching this sort of reality(ish) tv programme called 'The Fashion House' a good few years ago and Gareth Pugh was one of the 10 or so designers who had to live in this house in Milan and create pieces from the different briefs they were given each week. Those awful trashy designer twins, DSquared, were the judges one week and said that they thought Pugh's work was more costume based and that it would never work on the catwalk...and now Pugh has a much better reputation than they do! Ha!