I shot these with Richard Ayres, in my parents’ garden on a sunny day last week. My dog, Scamper won’t pose for a photo with me but loves getting in the way.
I’m looking forward to some more sunny days so I can get some wear out this jumpsuit I found on ebay. I don’t usually wear such obvious prints but it’s really comfortable and cool.
Ring: The rogue and the wolf
shoes: Iron fist
Last week I went into town to do a fitting for Wella trend vision. I wore one of my favourite casual outfits and a side fishtail plait.
Shirt and cardigan: H&M
necklace: All Saints
Boots: Jeffrey Campbell
All images by Richard Ayres
I decided to bite the bullet and make a new facebook page to share my inspiration, outfit pictures, favourite products and all creative work, not directly associated with Eustratia.
I also have an “Aesthetic Contradiction loves” section where I feature my favourite people to collaborate with.
The page can be found here and I’d love to connect with some of you guys. If you have a facebook page for your blog, let me know and I’ll check it out!
The latex swing skirt is one of the most wearable items from the Eustratia SS 14 collection and I wanted to incorporate it into a more casual daytime outfit as an example.
The outfits I’ve featured on here have been predominantly black so I chose the translucent pink skirt, firstly to add a bit of colour and secondly because I love the way you can see the legs silhouetted beneath it.
I’ve always loved combining textures and I think faux fur/feathers look great with latex or patent leather.
Unfortunately by the time I got round to photographing the outfit it had started to rain so you will have to excuse my hair.
Faux fur gillet: Bird’s Yard
Latex skirt: Eustratia
Platform brogues: Rock & Candy
Bag: Vivienne Westwood
Body Jewellery: bodyjewelrypiercing
Photography by Richard Ayres