Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sleepy in the sunshine

Trawling through the interwebs this morning, and found some outfit inspiration for Spring (ok the lady in the second photo has gone a little heavy on the fake tan, but I love her stripy top/blush jacket combo)

(Oh, these pics are both from "They all hate us" btw)

It's been a fabulous spring weekend in Melbourne, and we've switched to daylight savings as of's so lovely to have the light, but I must admit to having a very restless night's sleep last night, so have been dragging myself around all day so far, even with a huge coffee to start the day. Oh well, I shall adjust soon.

Still looking for a dress for the november wedding, but have finally made a decision on my hair (I know you were just hanging by tenterhooks!). Have decided not to get a fringe this time, as I so often do and with the warmer weather it could get annoying. I am going to grow my hair just a little longer and go with an Olivia Palermo/Lauren Conrad style.

Ohhhh, have become totally addicted to the Kardashians btw - think I must have needed some more reality to fill my Hills/City void.


micle said...

Manor West focuses on three basic elements to stand out in the San Francisco Nightlife scene: the design, the crowd and the talent. As you walk into Manor West, you are greeted by an impressive 30 ft backdrop designed by Yelena Yemchuk, former Creative Director for the Smashing Pumpkins. The rest of the interior, a direct antithesis to the unassuming (and almost hidden) exterior of the venue, feels comfortable and spacious with high oak ceilings and a raised VIP bottle service area.

The 4,500 square foot venue has the feel of a smaller, more intimate venue. Creative placement of bars, bathrooms and VIP areas solve the flow problems that some clubs can experience on busy nights by releasing bottlenecks and making it easier to access the essential features of the club. Raised VIP booths surround the DJ Booth and allow VIP groups access to a private area with views of the entire club while a large VIP area in the back of the club allows groups of 20 to 30 to celebrate together. Talent like Caroline D’Amore, DJ Spider, Dirt Nasty, Andre Legacy and local favorites Designer Djs, Cams and Zhaldee have already graced the decks and SF can look forward to an impressive lineup of top notch DJs and bands to show up throughout 2010.

Becky-Lee said...

oh my goodness, November weddings, I have two both on the 20th of November, I’ve heard the last week in November is the most popular date to get married!! Still no plans on what to wear, its hard when your not involved at all with the planning ect, is it evening cocktail, or pretty garden/races wear?? Oh the choices.