1 / 8 2 / 8 3 / 8 4 / 8 5 / 8 6 / 8 7 / 8 8 / 8 Artisan Candy Shop "Papabubble" Yokohama by Yusuke Seki and Jaime Hayon Designers Yusuke Seki and Jaime Hayon unveil their latest work together – the delicious-sounding Papabubble – a Yokohama destination calling itself "caramel...

Mark McNairy for Tres Bien Shop "Snuff Brown" Long Wing Brogue Teaming up once again to present another interesting footwear variant, Mark McNairy and Très Bien Shop presents the Long Wing Brogue in "Snuff Brown." Sitting alongside the myriad of reinterpreted timeless designs both have been...

Mark McNairy for Tres Bien Shop "Brown Waxy Wholecut" Shoe Mark McNairy debuts his latest English/American inspired footwear design on a Waxy Wholecut Shoe for Sweden based Trés Bien Shop. True to McNairy's classical styling, the brown leather shoe features a traditional English Goodyear...

As well as additional activities, both on and offline, installing screens at physical points of sale and pioneering e-commerce, it is now adapting to the 'slow shopping' movement, promoting in-depth product awareness and reducing speed to meet the calmer pace implicit in sustainable...

Similarly, I never thought I'd be lured into wearing a maxi skirt either, but here we are! I had this weird misconception that having my legs out made me look and feel slimmer, but I embraced granny chic and found this floral pleated number with an elasticated waist (my fave!) at a local...

shops for anything from the 30s-80s with the right look. ❤ Modern M&S cardigan and Vintage Skirt From a Charity Shop ❤ Whenever I'm wearing something from a charity shop and someone tells me they like it I invariably end up having a conversation including the words "Oh I never find...

This week, I spotted a new one in a charity shop, and snapped it up straight away. It appeared fairly unworn - no tags were still on but there was a little round sticker still perfect on the inside. (You know, one with a number on, the sort you will occasionally find glued to yourself because...

A couple of days ago I spent the day in Bath with my mum doing a last minute Christmas shop. We evidently didn't have much to do as we spent a large portion of our time eating/taking pictures. Unfortunately my only purchase was a new battery for my Macbook! Ouch. It's such a beautiful city...

Now let us not forget the magical world of the charity shop bookshelves. Faded paperbacks, celebrity hardbacks, pop-up or pop-out books. How To Make Sand Candles Or Origami Figures, One Dark Night In Lyme Regis or a Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Cobb. I'm an avid reader and love...

I got the shorts from a charity shop, tights from primark and my green dr martens are from ebay! Heart this outfit on Teen Vogue! Thursday, 16 December 2010 | Kayla Hadlington | at 14:17 | Labels: TeenVogue

 

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