This was an opshop find on my recent roadtrip to Bendigo. I’ve got no idea what opshop it was, but it was in the city centre :) I also bought a couple of other lovely items, which are more suited for warmer weather, so I will share those with you when Spring arrives!
I am completely in love with this jumper. Please observe the beautiful embroidering on it. It looks as if no one’s worn it before as the sleeves are all in perfect condition :D
Headband: Miss Shop, Oversize jumper: Vintage, Tapestry vest: Vintage, Dress worn as skirt: Vintage, Tights: From a friend :), Socks: Bob Stewart, Brogues: Target, Bag: Vintage via Bluegrass Booty Vintage, Necklace: Diva
Also, I thought I’d share with you some recent places K is for KANI has been :)
I was picked as an Editor’s Pick on Chictopia :) Chictopia choses a few people each day and they get featured on the homepage too! I think I missed out on seeing myself on the homepage though haha. You can view the Editor’s Blog here to check out other Chictopians.
Thankyou Anna from Elegant and Frivolous for giving me this award :)
In return, I’d like to give this award to:
2. Time Enough for Drums
3. Jess Loves Fred
4. Bohemian Junk
5. A Plus B in the Sea
6. The Secret Lives of Op Shops
7. Heartbeats, Intimidation
8. Flashes of Style
9. Fashion Peach
And lastly, my favourite of all time!
10. Cuillere a Absinthe
To keep it going award winners,:
1. Post the award on your blog
2. Link the person who has given you the award
3. Pass the award to other 15 blogs you’ve discovered
4. Let these 15 people know that you’ve given them an award
All these girls have the most amazing blogs, do check them out if you have time, their sense of style and fashion are all fresh and unique and a lot of them like thrifting & vintage as well!
Today after work I headed to Borders to play their ‘Solve the Quote and Win’ game thing :)
The quote was
“Why is a raven like a writing desk?”
The book it was from was of course, Alice on Wonderland! I went around 2 o’clock, and it only the first 200 people get cool prizes. And guess what! There were still prizes left! I chose this book called Smalltown. It’s a beautiful hardcover book with photos of Australia in it. The lady working there was really helpful and brought the rest of the books down so that another winner & I could flip through it :)
Every winner also gets a $5 off voucher, (very kind of Borders). I spent it on a couple of magazines: Frankie & Yen :) Can’t wait to get my head into them! When I read magazines.. I read it in one go. Start to finish, 2 hours non-stop. Then I sulk because the new issue doesn’t come out til another month or too haha.
I’ve also found a new bag for uni, bought it at the markets a couple of weeks ago but forgot to share with you. It’s a lovely shade of brown, and is perfect for my days at uni :)
Lastly, I’ve been hard at work creating headbands. Here is a sneak peek at a special range of ruffle floral headbands that will eventually end up in store :) This will be a special limited edition range (though most of my things will be like this), and I’m especially excited for these ones as they are extremely delicate and girly :):):) I’m still yet to come up with a name for this range though!