Fifty Shades of Grey: Part 4

December 24, 2013 1

Hopefully Santa brings you all the food comas you have ever wished upon your worst enemies.





I had been meaning to publish these at least a month ago, but didn’t get the prints back before I flew away, and only just got around to scanning and de-noising them to the best of my ability.* So, consider this a song for Summer, which comes with stripes, tees and of course, wet hair – and perhaps the highest degrees of being a lady and/or gangster that I will ever achieve in this lifetime.

How did I do, Queen Bey?

Stripes that diverge from the French variety had, before this Summer, been pushed into the farthest regions of my childhood memories – in my toddler years, I was quite the rosy-cheeked puffball, bumbling around in Beetlejuice and skirt overalls… and yet here I am, with the majority of my festive seasonal staples serenading Helena Bonham Carter – indeed, Tim Burton would be proud (and then the pair of them would invite me over to Christmas dinner, right?).

Back on track: despite Christmas Eve being wildly overcast here in Sydney, I’ve managed to get more of this colour back in my face (but not my abdominals – never my abdominals…) in three hours of decorating cake pops inside, than two weeks by the pool in Thailand. My aunts in China would be ashamed.

Merry Christmas everybody! Hopefully Santa brings you all the food comas you have ever wished upon your worst enemies.

Meanwhile, you have some catching up to do:

Fifty Shades of Grey: Part 1

Fifty Shades of Grey: Part 2

Fifty Shades of Grey: Part 3

Look 1: C&M Varsity CapHansen & Gretel NO SIGNAL Shirt (all profits go to LIFELINE, providing 24hour access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services) – by Johnny for eBay Essential Summer Skirt

Look 2: C&M Call and Collect Tee (on sale) – Toni Maticevski Cinematic Trapeze Skirt – Soludos Pineapple Slides

Look 3: ASOS Striped Dress – Minna Parikka Bunny Loafers

Fossil Necklaces and Petite Grand Rings throughout

Shot on Canon T60 and KODAK TRI-X 400 (35mm)

*EDIT: for those of you who’ve been asking, my photography beginnings were in film – mainly stills from backstage in my other ballet life and creepy shadows of flowers.