Happy Wednesday my lovelies. I hope you’ve enjoyed the runway posts from Australia Fashion Week as of late. If you’re starting to get sick of seeing skinny models struttin’, then you’ve returned to the right place. And if you still desire more Australian fashion, then you’ve scored again. Here I present Sara Phillips (blazer) and Rebecca McGeoch (top). Fascinating print enveloping cashmere threads. The silk blazer has met its match.
The reason why I’m smiling like a juvenile is because recently I was sent this video, the River Island Vogue off to watch and to blog. River Island, the British high street brand is renowned for offering its male and female customers unique, stylish and affordable fashion, every week! It’s my bestie-in-UK’s favourite label and I cannot wait to visit London again just so I can scout out the stores. In the video, you’ll see ridiculously handsome models clad in River Island apparel strut their stuff and shake their booties in a myraid of trendy outfits emulating famous movies. It is one part ditzy, two parts fashion, 100% amusing. But the best part is the River Island app. You can add in your friends’ faces to the video and see them dance. I warn you, you may get hard abs as a result of this exercise.
‘You’ve got the looks but have you got the moves‘? I was so smitten by the hilarious entertainment that I fell hard for its infectious frivolity, so much so that I’m proud to humiliate myself. I’m going to show you my moves. You may not know this, but dancing used to be my only form of exercise during uni days. And boy do I feel young again boogieing in jeans. Let’s twist again!
And now, it’s your turn. Embarrass your friends. Go on. Just click here. It’s a double dare.
Where: Local Park
Why: Sponsored Post. Happy Hump Day!