In an age of technology there are some days up in here where it would be almost easier to write you a lovingly crafted missive, spray it with some ‘Poison’ (we like a bit of retro perfume action) and draw stick figures on some paper for you. The reason why we say this is that the computer (bless her heart we’ve named her Bertha) was having issues and a serious fit with tissues! Because she was being a tad glitch and the word that rhymes with that (go on see if you a complete that ish and get a prize – we had to call an inset day like the teachers do!)
Luckily that is all fixed in a tech world we would scheme and dream of technology that doesn’t require copious hours of Microsoft fixit, forums and suspicious downloads in order to get things poppin’ and lockin’. But, since we can’t create indescribable tech… We’d rather scheme and dream on some pretty.
In the words of those in the realms of a faraway land called TOWIE, where everyone is the shade of Clementine Orange, and they make racehorses look short in the teeth department – ‘This is reem’. This morning’s object of visual desire is this stunning image named: ‘How to Make You Love Me’ By Elizabeth May and Alaya Gadeh. How gorgeous! (PS. Take the gift hint if the couple are the Banksy/Basquiat sort – you might want to spend a few pennies on this for a pressie)
Although, we might be a bit to breasty for this dress – we do think that it is an epic alternative wedding dress and on top of that we are totally, completely and utterly girl crushing on the stunning Nyasha Matohondze in this shot from Vogue Japan November.
Crazy beautiful girl, a crazy beautiful image, and crazy beautiful colour scheme, and my oh my do we lust over this dress from DKNY. We loves it!
We’ve been sighing and dying over this drool worthy image that we spied on the book of Face, courtesy of November Lily. . Who we hope you remember from the stunning ‘Love Actually’ shoot that we shared earlier this year. Time for you to scheme and most certainly we hope – dream!
We are visual alcoholics for pretty bridal field frolics’ and we are loving the lovely of this image that we spied this fine morning. The visual prettiness is part of the bridal dress range from Lyn Ashworth (The dress is called Jacqueline by the way!), can we get a collective ‘Amen’ for how utterly gorgeous this dress is! WE LOVE!