Often for road workers, commonly seen on the dance floor circa 1995 and experienced a small fashion revival in 2012. Apart from the odd 90’s rave moment, it was a trend in which I never indulged; until I bought this intense neon pink, matt lipstick a few months ago. Then, a small and perfectly proportioned love affair was born. Neon pink is not a forgiving colour, but used as a surprising accent, it is quite the mood booster.
I found this new collection of silicone, child friendly jewellery at Siliwear, a small Australia start up company. Something people never warned me about when I first had children, was how much of my jewellery the would ruin through chewing, pulling, tangling and of course, attempting to choke on! They may not be that little anymore, but there is another small, furry addition, (whom you’ll soon meet ) who also has a thing for jewellery.
Lilac skirt – ASOS
Teal cardigan – Portmans
Two tone shoes – Betts
Beads and Bangles – Siliwear
Chiffon scarf – vintage
Bow Earrings – Juicy Couture
Base – Missha BB Cream in shade 13
Cheeks – Benefit Dandelion
Lips – Chi Chi “Hollywood Wannabee”
Eyes – light pink base and purple lid tone by Essence. Crease cut colour by Urban Decay in “Last Call”