Style Notes // A Song For The Brave

outfit. a song for the brave

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Two tone platform heels from Zara
A song for the brave neckpiece by Sass & Bide
I think I can poncho by Sass & Bide
The heraldic one cuff by Sass & Bide
Rebel yell leather look shorts by Stylestalker
Lip service bag by Sass & Bide

There is so much Sass & Bide I am coveting lately and honestly who doesn’t appreciate the tremendous work and design that the fabulous Sarah-Jane Clark and Heidi Middleton create? That “A song for the brave” piece has caught my attention especially. Black leather adorned with golden studs are becoming my calling card of late. And since the end of another month is fast approaching, and with that Coachella seemingly creeping closer and closer (and no lovers, sadly I am not attending this year. Sad face, very, very sad face). So in the spirit of this highly anticipated music festival I found myself searching for my ultimate festival outfit. And in doing so I found myself perusing through Sass & Bide’s online store and couldn’t help myself, yet again, adding even more pieces to my already overflowing wishlist. I’m also lusting over that stripe poncho and Stylestalker’s coveted ‘Rebel Yell’ leather look shorts. But most of all I absolutely need that fierce “A song for the brave” neckpiece. It just feels as though it was specifically created for Coachella. And who knows, perhaps miraculously, the Gods will take favour upon me and bless me with tickets to Coachella. The kind with VIP access. And maybe even airfare, via business class no less. And with a private car. Let’s not forget accommodation either.

Stranger things have happened you know.

On a side note, apologies for being MIA lately. I have been super busy working on a couple of projects this past week, so posting has been a little scarce. Have to say I was just blown away to discover I had over 100 followers upon my return! Thank you sooo much for all the love lovers. You guys seriously rock.

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sonia // daring coco

metaphoric love child of debbie harry and stevie nicks. weaver of words. infatuated with shoes.

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