Sunday, 20 October 2013

Musing STREET Style : Complementry Colours

I've put together another street style segment this time showcase another local fashion designer. I love this little lady and happen to know her well from artistic circles we share (particularly our local writers association and spoken word poetry) She has a unique style and a passion for creating her own fashion pieces. I could take pictures of her overtime we meet! Though i think that would be pushing it and freak her meanwhile, do enjoy this showcase :)

Meet: Sapphire - Fashion Designer. Poet

Outfit Details:  self made Paneled pencil skirt // self made Round edge square cut top // zebra pattern flats //zebra pattern hobo bag

Personal Style Motto: 'my personal style is quite eclectic. I believe in dressing to please myself because if i'm not happy or at least comfortable with my clothing i can't expect anyone else to be. okay so if i were to think up a personal style motto right now i would say: your clothing speaks the thoughts your tongue may never taste, dress comfortably, dress your mind, dress your inner you, always.'


Since i discovered that orange and blue were complementary colours in art class something about that peering resonated with me, colours so different complementing each other seems wild...Life is a wild thing though isn't it?

What do you think of this look; would you rock it?

Peace. Love. Complementary colours


  1. I love "street style", the real\regular peoples' style. Though high fashion and celebrity fashion is nice to look at, it's easier to draw inspiration from people I can actually relate to. I tried to do a segment like this once, but was too embarrassed to ask random people if I could take a picture of their outfits and explain that I'm a blogger. Anyhow, I think this is a great segment that you should continue! -Jess L

    1. Thanks Jess, missin' your presence and hope deployment meets you well! <3

  2. OMG, IN LOVE.......

    1. Right?! I really loved this put together, i'll have to try it someday :D


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