Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Tom boy transformed!!

 
Ok so I have this friend who is a total tom boy but has an INSANE figure, sooooo I decided to put her in my clothes and take pictures. Then I got jealous that some of my clothes looked better on her than me and so I made her take them all off and banished her from my house and life forever. Ok so I am joking, kind of...sort of...perhaps...

Anyhoo, here are some stylings from yours truly!!
 Enjoy
xxxx

Ignore the gaps in the button [she is also part of the nunga nunga clan so sometimes certain clothes reject us...rude no??]






is her leg not bent at an impossible angle??




Awwww, aint she cute??

Outfit 1: Skirt - vintage
              top - east st market
              belt - primark
              clutch - vintage
              shoes - appropriated from a friend...

Outfit 2: trousers - vintage [from the men's section funnily enough....]
             tan shoes - east st market
             cropped top - east st market
           hat - man in elephant and castle [worry not, I didn't just tear it from his head and flee, I actually bought it from his hat stall]

Outfit 3: Skirt - TK Maxx [courtesy of my mother...but not before she said 'is that not too short? or even to small..won't you try a larger size?'...charming lady....]
               sheer top - H&M
               Boots-  Mango
               Hat - ASOS [a gift]
please note that there was not a single vintage item here - I do too shop high street!!

Outfit 4: dress - TK Maxx [again mummy dearest]
              you know the rest!!

7 comments:

Tola said...

Gwaaarn Yets!!!!

Nicola said...

I KNOW right???
it made me happy/jealous!!

Miss behaviour said...

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G post. I wanna come to your house although I wouldn't necessarily give the clothes back....

Nicola said...

oh dear...

Nicola said...

lol

Funke Omisore said...

appropriation of property belonging to another with intention to permanently deprive (meaning i can never get that moment of potential shoe-wearing back ever again) meaning you are a theif, meaning that you have character traits that question your suitability to become a solicitor meaning i think you should reconsider sending off that SRA form with all those section B boxes unticked...

Nicola said...

I HATE YOU...

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