22 August 2012

My Top picks at Debenhams & New Look Sale

Lately, I'm hooked into browsing latest end of season sale from 2 of my favourite store to shops, Debenhams & New Look. The sale continues and since the stores are in my access anytime I'll prefer shopping there but online serves as my guidelines of what to buy and what's not.

Shop now ----->> http://www.debenhams.com/?CMP=EMC-20120821-NWL-TUES for this amazing 70% off. 

Peeks of the new season trends.  Probably not suitable for petite lady like me:)

Another 20% for occasion wear. Oh those store inclusive designer are really my faves as they cater dresses for petite ladies. For 20% off, I think it's more than a saving. Their ranges of occasion wear are simply the best. I tend to buy my dresses in this store. But I must say, never try out ordering online yet. Will try some other time when I don't feel like going out to the town. This is when online shopping comes handy.

Oh, animal print is stayed on this season trend. After all, it's everybody's favourite. I have quite a few ranging from shoes to dresses as well as accessories. I wouldn't mind having an animal print handbags and purses too.
Here's 2 of my wishlist for this season. If I have time after our mini-vacay I might pop into stores and get these...
Debenhams also have the the widest ranges of men's wear and apparels. My husband specifically likes their Maine and Levi's. Also, Ted Baker and John Rocca. They produced and sell all sorts of brands which most customer flocks into the store everyday.

It's the place where I usually buy my husband's clothing and presents whenever there is an occasion.  Yes, debenhams is for everyone in the family. From Grandparents, Dads to Mum's, daughter and sons and as well as weddings, universities, house and home. Their simply styling the Nation. Honestly, it's one of the British best.
Kids converse

kids apparel

launching another brand (newest addition)

men's apparel
 And comes to my other favourite shops. Mostly, just mine though as it doesn't really cater kids clothing (well especially my kids). It's the best high street shops for ladies, I would say. I love their ranges of shoes from heels, pumps, wedges, flat and as well as their accessories. Here's my top picks of their latest sales....
London Rebel Leopard Print Chelsea BootNow £29.99Was £59.99


Now £15.00Was £29.99

Orange Suede Platform Court ShoesNow £15.00Was £29.99

Now £67.00Was £94.99

Chinese Laundry Aztec Platform ShoesNow £67.00Was £94.99







Now £20.00Was £35.00


20 August 2012

DIY denim shorts...

Dressing-up and looking good is one of the traits I carried since at my childhood. I guess having big sisters to look-up too helps me learned to dress appropriately. Though once in my life I got hooked into this hideous trends but I think it's just normal to always go beyond your horizon. Then back to normal as we mature. I once told/advised by my sister that showing flesh don't necessarily mean looking and dressing like a slut. She literally means balancing the outfit. Like for instance, when wearing some skimpy skirts or shorts (hot pants) you need to pair it up with a tee-shirts or long sleeves. Or a vest then a blazer or cardigan to keep an elegance look. If decided to wear a vest or sleeveless tops then you have to pair it up with something decent in the bottom. A long maxi skirt perhaps, a jeans or even a trousers. Unless it is a dress of course then it's completely different scenario. 

Anyway, here I am wearing my DIY denim shorts I made couple weeks ago from an old jeans. I thought it came out just as good. and in fact, worn it for few times already. The set of picture were taken on 13th of August 2012 before I went out for grocery shopping with the family. 

I thought the imperfection cut made it look much nicer...

accessories it with a brown belt and a sunflower headband that I wore as bracelet

lookbook entry collage

paired it with a snakeskin pump to emphasize a longer legs...