Friday, January 27, 2012
I could not be happier to hear and read that this years spring season will bring out my most favourite trends. PASTELS! I adore pastels and cant wait to get my hands on some. The first item on my list is a dress from My Sunday Feeling that we will be stocking more of in the next 2 weeks. I cannot wait.
Do you have some links to online stores or lookbooks about pastel trends this year? Please share :)
Monday, January 23, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
Designer, Melody Jasmine hails from Byron Bay and is a self confessed sentimentalist who enjoys surfing, craft markets, sharing smiles and drinking coffee all day long.
The My Sunday Feeling label is based around 60's & 70's esque homegrown craft work techniques with some romantic folklore & hillbilly holly thrown in. Patchwork variations, ruffles & hearts all feature heavily alongside intricately embellished bodices. Melody dedicates hours of handi-work to each garment, creating a truly unique piece of art. But despite the delicate florals, sweet ruffles & wholesome handmade goodness, the label isn't all daisies and sunshine, certainly not fit for 'your Sunday best' with enough sheer fabrics and leather detailing to make your Nana blush a bit....."
Thursday, January 12, 2012
There are many photos from our wedding day that are canvas worthy and it will be a very difficult choice.
Which one would you put on a canvas? Sam and i think it could be the last one on the mossy green rocks.
All photos are thanks to Matt from Evoke Images. The best photographer on the south coast!
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
The pictures pretty much say it all in this post. I hope you enjoy them as much as i do. For 2 weeks before the wedding the weather was horrible. Cold, wet and miserable actually. I think i checked the weather channel a thousand times. Sam and i slept apart the night before the big day so needless to say i didn't sleep that well. After listening to the waves on the beach until finally dozing off i woke up at 5.30 am to what looked to be a crappy overcast day. At 10am, one hour before the ceremony the clouds dispersed and the sun shone down on the most amazing beach in Jervis Bay. The beach which is called Hyams has some of the whitest sand in the world. I can tell you from the faces of the all of us including the guests it was extremely bright. But it definatly suited the atmosphere and occasion.