Aussies, we love em don’t we? Antoine and Stanley are an Australian brand founded in 2005 and one of the major players in the Australian market. They offer traditionally styled shoes with alternative trims of bold colours offering a modern edge. You’ll be able to find them on ASOS from around £95 pounds and over later on this week. Check out some of the shoes below.
None of the pictures in this post were taken by me
This collection and it’s portrayal are out of this world, but that doesn’t stop me from admiring it. The crazy concept of shoving planks of wood over model’s faces to attract attention on the clothes doesn’t really work in my opinion but nevertheless is sure to turn plenty of heads and after you get over it, you do notice the clothes. I wouldn’t wear any of this together but pick a few items of clothing out and they’s sit very nicely in the wardrobe.
(None of the images in this post belong to me, Images found on Ftape.com)
Firstly, may I say happy new year to everyone reading this. 2012 was what I had hoped for, an improvement on 2011. Now with 2013 on the clock I think it’s time to make it an even better year. Given the fact you’re either here for content about Limassol, clothes or just wanting to see some nice photographs my new year’s resolution may disappoint you.Of course I don’t really believe in new year’s resolutions so it surprised me when I decided to make one, it’s to be a more approachable person, so for example people who appear friendly but are always turned away due to they fact they overdo it or something, I don’t want to fit into that group which will exclude them. I also want to be less conserved in all the right ways if you’re following. So that’s that for now and of course the lack of posts have been due to exam stress and hoping inside 2013 will be a great blogging year. On to shoes!
It looks like for my favourite high street brand Zara, shoes are what will be front lining the new collection. There’s a noticeable increase in variety in this seasons footwear. As before only one or two have caught my eye, this time my eyes were fixated onto all of the page. The shoe above for example is brilliant innovation in my opinion, if I’m correct it’s a mix of 3 different materials in earthy colors. It looks to be a very special design to me and with a £30 price tag it’s not exactly bank breaking.
And look below for my favourite picks of the rest of the collection. Also remember let’s not make 2013 too realistic, keep that spiritual and cleansing stuff up there as well ~
Recently the Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer Clothing Lines by Sifr was brought to my attention. There are for sure some beautiful pieces of fabric here. According to their website the most recent collection available to buy online is named ‘Monsoon’ and takes inspiration from southeast asia and the colours of blue and grey present during the monsoon season. The brand is relatively recent having been incarnated only in 2008. Originating in Singapore (where I may hopefully end up in next year) and the clothes currently being produced in Indonesia, the brand offers western style clothing with distinctive asian twists. The Fabrics are sourced from across the world including Thailand, the UK, US and Japan. All this information can be found directly from their website.
So to start on the clothes, I have a particular favourite. The piece above, a ‘Rib Extended Throw’ made from 100 percent cotton. It is half robe half shall, yet looks much more elegant than your usual comfort wear. This is from the Spring collection but is still available for purchase now.
The knitwear on offer brings a slightly Gothic flavour to the collections. Mostly in black yet again there are small twists and features which come to attention when looking closer at the clothing. Perfect for casual wear and for relaxing the appearance of those more formal items in the wardrobe.
The have also recently released a new line of shoes, the detailing in the first two on the bottom row of images look really impressive and indeed smart. Some of the shoe designs look like nothing you would find on your average British High Street.
(None of the Images from this post belong to me, All images and information can be found at the Sifr Website)
Many thanks to the Clear Agency for getting in touch and letting me know about the collections.