Feb 27, 2011

.mad hatter.

Hello lovely people! We hope you are al having a wonderful weekend. We have been busily working away on our online store, coming next Monday 7th March!

Our online store will be flooded with new, edgy garments and scattered in between all of these delicious items, vintage sunglasses and denim shorts (designed by yours truly) will also be available for purchase.


We absolutely cannot wait to share all of these goodies with you. We hope you are as excited as we are =)

xx

Much love,

Thessy & Yiota

Thessy
.Cluster Cut Out Dress. will be available on www.saboskirt.com
.Dorothy Perkins. ankle boots

Yiota
.ASOS. long sleeve jumpsuit
.Vintage. Oversized, floppy hat

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Feb 24, 2011

.the last rays.

In only a few days we will no longer be enjoying the summer sun and thunderstorms; here in Australia we are hitting Autumn. Even though we love the beach and the sun, we can't help but love winter fashion. It's not so bad after all.

Thessy
.mink pink. black pocket tee
.mink pink. ripped shorts
.chanel. sunglasses

Yiota
.religion. rose top
.asos. tube skirt








Feb 21, 2011

.studs, rips and frays.

Something our shop will specialise in is vintage studded shorts, designed by us!! Here is a short preview for you! We hope you love the images we took for you all =D

xoxo














.ready or not.

What we love most about ready to wear clothing is the way they are designed to perfection, so you merely need to put it on and you are done with styling your outfit. So simple, so effortless and so trendy.

Thessy
.cassette society. tee dress
.payless. boots

Yiota
.anise. lace hem shorts
.sportsgirl. blouse
.asos. boots








Feb 18, 2011

.fly away birdy.

We have grown very fond of the growing Miu Miu swallow print trend. From printed swallow blazers, to swallow hand chains and even small swallow tattoos... everyone seems to share this love for the tiny tweeter. Did you know that swallow prints actually have an origin as a traditional sailors tattoo?