style notes // gold dust


gold dust

1. Geometric bra chain
2. Layered pendant choker necklace
3. Velvet choker necklace 
4. Round mirrored sunglasses
5. Star and moon earrings
6. Gold metal mesh crop top
7. Star wedge flatforms
8. Asymmetrical star and moon earrings

“he carries stars in his pockets because he knows she fears the dark. whenever sadness pays her a visit, he paints galaxies on the back of her hands
//alaska gold

Gold in its purest form is vivid and undeniably commanding. Unequivocal in its sumptuous lustre; that distinctly delightful golden hue. It is of course malleable and varies in tones and uses, not merely content with its supremacy in reigns. A substance so precious yet rare, one torturing the souls of those unable to be duplicate it fully for centuries. While gold in its natural state poses many uses and conundrums, sartorially it is a transcendent splendour. One which never ceases to capture the imagination of creators and those who don such pieces.

Myself included.

I have always preferred this type of metal and always will. While its more present and commonly favoured form is in jewellery, this can also extend to dazzling footwear and charming bodycon maxi dresses. The humble gold hue is truly opulence personified; a gift from the Gods. And what better pairing then that of celestial matter.


sonia // daring coco
sonia // daring coco

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

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