Thursday, 23 August 2012

Guest post by Sarah Kolb

There are few things in life better than a slow summer day, a pretty sundress, and good music. 
This Summer, I've been crazy obsessed with Wild Child, a local band from my hometown of Austin, Texas. 

They're fun. Sweet. Write sardonic and twisted songs over pretty ukulele riffs. And are all around an amazing band. That's why I decided to create this outfit inspired by one of their songs Whiskey Dreams

A cute printed sundress, a cheerful tote, vintage sunglasses, and of course, just a little studded leather to keep things fresh. What are your favourite summer tunes and trends? Let us know!

Whiskey Dreams

Also. If you're ever in an indie folk band and need to think of an album cover. Just find a raggedy vintage piece of furniture and put bold text over. This is literally the epitome of every Austin band's album art, and I love it. 

Don't wake me up, took so long for me
To fall asleep last night through tears I could hardly breath
Thinking maybe there, stupid whiskey dreams
Are gonna kill me soon


-If anyone else would like to do a guest post for me, or vice versa, email me and ill be sure to get back to you :)

Monday, 13 August 2012

Im back!

I just wanted to share some more photos from Material Girl Magazine, because its my new obsession and I'm quite excited because Ive just ordered an issue. I wont waffle on about what I think about them, because I'm sure you can decide for yourself. I also just preordered Rookie's Yearbook, which I'm even more excited about because Rookie is literally my most favourite thing ever. No jokes.

The photos above are taken from and are from issue 16 of Material Girl. 

Sunday, 5 August 2012

Material Girl

This editorial is from Material Girl Magazine, and is shot by  Elliot & Erick Jimenez. Ive never actually bought an issue of the magazine, but after seeing this candyfloss glitter adorned shoot, I think I need to order one right away. These images are just perfect.

All the images above are taken from material girl magazine.