Tuesday, 13 November 2012

When the gorgeous gyals from Eskimo PR invited THE GIRL WHO STOLE VINTAGE and I over to play with pretty things we were all like 'errrrrrm HELL YEAH'. Glass of champers in one hand and a chocolate pud in t'other we negotiated our way through a maze of neon, spiked and sequinned bedecked brands many of which I'd never been formerly introduced. 

Little Black Dress is an one-stop online shop catering to all of your perfect party dress needs. I was besotted with their jewel encrusted Christmas collection that would look right at home on any A-lister's anatomy. And mine. Freebird dazzeld with a range of intricately embellished vintage-inspired pieces that were clearly designed to make style statement. I'd love to rock their beauts boho bejewelled jacket with a basic tee, skinnies and killer heels. PENG.

Accessories took center stage at the event with fierce spiked footwear from Sam Edelman whose PAX boots I purchased earlier this year and are quite possibly the prettiest things I own. We all know how I loves me an accent, and not just in the linguistic sense, Danielle Nicole's less is more approach to neon had me drooling with delight as did Chinese Laundry's strappy sandals. J'adore. Top marks for originality on the night have to go to Helen Rochfort. Helen's pop art, sucre sweet designs are the definition of eye-candy and good enough to eat. In fact, I almost did.

Ta muchly for a fabulous evening Team Eskimo *air kiss kiss*

1 comment

  1. Love those Chinese Laundry sandals! Need those in my closet ASAP!