Thursday, 25 May 2017

Top 5: ECA Performance Costume Show 2017

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It's the most wonderful of the year (after Christmas)- degree show time!
Whether we are attending the fashion design shows or popping along to art school exhibitions. It's a great source of style inspiration and a heads up of emerging designers. Helen has already shared her top 5 Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art and Design 2017 pieces earlier this week. I'd hoped to avoid reading it until I pop in to see it for myself this weekend, but it's actually made me more excited to check out the exhibitors.

The Costume Show by Edinburgh College of Art is always the top of my degree show list- usually featuring very well constructed, colourful and imaginative garments. (Just look at those sparkles from ECA Costume Design 2015!) Also, the performance of the pieces is much more exciting than a regular catwalk show. This year there are a lot of brilliant things, but I've whittled it down to my top 5:

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1.) Ellie Finch | The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood and Bambi
I don't know how how anyone could not be wowed by these pieces. On first glance, the dance and ultra vibrant hispanic print of Maid Marion's dress distracts you from how clever this re-imagining of the Robin Hood story as a Mexican drug cartel is, with narcotics paraphernalia cleverly combined into the accessories in a style that mixes the traditional with modern. Her second piece, introducing Bambi as a Syrian refugee, is a stark contrast with its muted colour palette, childlike colouring book imagery and repeated motifs of charity.

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2.) Isobel Keeyes | Slade House
The narrative of these pieces is one I'm not familiar with but aesthetically this collection was on point. The structure is very neat, and very wearable pieces in muted colours keep the look the right side of fanciful. It is a very confident set that could be in the fashion section. I want the jacket, and the lace dress please. Oh, and the cape...

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3.) Auguste Greiciute | Spirits
I'm always drawn towards the pretty, feminine costumes but that's a little unfair when there were a lot of fun-but-ugly items on show. This bizarre character, Vision, is supposed to embody a childhood spirit that the adults of the story re-connect with. The colour combo is some good style inspo and I really like the textures and prints going on. It made me sit up and take notice.


4.) Louise Frame | A Midsummer Night's Dream
To be honest, this wins points purely for being my all time favourite play for costumes. I've seen it countless times and love the way the fairies are reinterpreted. This Victorian take is an excellent version. The hapless Bottom had an appropriately jaunty, colourful outfit and I liked the way his donkey head was created in outline, and was mirrored in the fairy Queen Titania's shoulders (wings?) so that it was an extension of her. The dark dashes in the print of her simple dress give a hint of a darker undercurrent.


5.) Abigail King | Beauty and the Beast
Ombre dip-dye was a bit of a theme and I think Helen would disown me if I didn't include this one because it has hand details. This certainly isn't the Disney version of Beauty and the Beast- it follows the violent version where the abusive Beast is killed by innocent, submissive Beauty. The dress is a sexy, ethereal take with subtle nods to eroticism. I sort of wanted more oomph in the embroidered details but the Gothic silhouette and textiles work well on the lighter palette to give a soft feminine overlay. A really restrained and accomplished piece of work!


I wish I could share all the designs because they are fab! (So we've also got a full photo set of degree show goodness over on our Facebook page. Don't say we're not good to you).

A brilliant part of these degree shows is the inclusion of the lower year projects. The theme is often the same from year to year, as with James and the Giant Peach, but seeing how a whole cohort of students has interpreted the brief is always impressive and it's fun to see the characters interact with eachother. For these I tend to like the larger constructions (like that entire rhino puppet) but I fell in love with the 3rd year project- a gold period theme that feels like pure decadence. The construction is so good! I did not appreciate that creepy doll face bag though (below). Helen and I immediately turned to each other and gasped "THAT BAG!"- me in fear and her in delight. She's a creep.


We will be covering the fashion show tomorrow so you can keep up-to-date on our Instagram stories, and over on Facebook.

If you haven't been able to make it to any of the live shows, you can still see this year's work up close and personal at the ECA Degree Show 2017 from 3-11th June. Meet the young designers, check out the talent and maybe even buy a wee souvenir from the art collections. Yay!

Monday, 22 May 2017

Top 5: DJCAD Degree Show 2017

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It's the time of year again when art schools across the land are transformed into exhibition spaces and show off the culmination of four years of uni life. That's right, it's degree show time! I always get super inspired by the work on show and love exploring the different outcomes from the different courses. I'm hoping to make my way around a few Scottish uni's but, as always, I started with Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art and Design (DJCAD) right here in Dundee.

I spent an afternoon exploring the warren-like building, trying to make my way around everything. I think I managed about 90% of it and I'll probably try to pop in again to try and find the bits I missed. Seriously, even after years of visiting I still struggle to navigate around all the nooks and crannies of this place. After seeing so much excellent work picking just 5 to feature on the blog was rather tough. It's probably best that I cut it off at that though, otherwise this would be one super long post. So here we go, in no particular order:

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1.) Isla Rustrick | Textile Design
Isla tasked herself with creating 'knit to be noticed' and she certainly managed to do that. Her collection of samples and her show-stopping cardigan were a real stand out to me amongst a very strong selection of Textile Design students. The bright colours and bold patterns caught my attention but I was drawn in further by her accompanying prints, featurin the one and only Iris Apfel. Influenced by the documentary Advanced Style, Isla focused on the distinction between style and fashion and came to the conclusion that exuberance is essential when creating a timeless garment - I couldn't agree more!

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2.) Shona Heaney | Illustration
Combining sci-fi settings with mundane everyday tasks and scenarios, Shona created a collection of fun, detailed and endlessly fascinating comics and illustrations. It's safe to say I fell hard for her use of neon colours and glitter. I also enjoyed the range of different methods she used to show her work, especially her wooden badges. I love a piece of wearable art and bought myself one that featured a carton of space juice. In fact, it's the second piece of work I have by her as I already own a print of hers which I got at a fair back in May 2016. Could this be the start of a collection?

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3.) Eileen Pootle | Jewellery & Metal Design
I've been following Eileen on Instagram for a while now so was quite familiar with her designs, but it was still a treat to see them in real life. Inspired by the buildings of the Cote D’Azur, her pieces are made up of simple architectural elements that are combined to create more complex forms. The pastel colours, textured surfaces and small figures all work together beautifully to make up structural statement brooches. Eileen also created a buildable kit which allows the wearer to play with the shapes and make their own combination. I absolutely love this concept as it results something even more special and unique.

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4.) Zoe Gibson | Fine Art
I have to say that I was wowed by Zoe's space and got excited by it before I'd even properly stepped into the room. The colours used are bright, bold and eye-catching, as are the murals that they depict. She's created her own alternate world and I certainly enjoyed visiting. The structure in the centre of it adds an element of interactivity as you can step (or rather duck) into it and be surrounded by colour. Again, I enjoyed how she'd translated her artwork into different mediums, from the sizable figures painted directly on the walls, to the smaller more detailed prints and the wallpaper adorning one of the walls.

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5.) Hannah George | Jewellery & Metal Design
I have to say that the Jewellery & Metal Design section seemed to be particularly strong this year. My love of jewellery may make me a tad biased but there were a number of designers from this course that could have appeared on this list. I decided to add Hannah's work because I love her use of ceramics as a medium. It's interesting that she's chosen to create a wall installation rather than a collection of wearable items but it works really well in the space. There's a real humour to her pieces, even though she's dealing with subjects such as Donald Trump's comments about women and women's movements throughout history. I could certainly see myself wearing some of her poetry pieces if they were turned into brooches.

So there you have it, my top 5 from this year's DJCAD degree show. Turns out they're all ladies! Which wasn't done on purpose, I only just realised when I'd typed out all the names. The DJCAD degree show runs until Sunday 28th May and I would strongly urge you to go along if you can, you won't regret it! I've added a few more favourites to our Facebook page because I'm a cheat like that. Finally, huge congrats to all the graduating students! Great job and I can't wait to see what you go onto next.

Thursday, 18 May 2017

May Wishlist

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1.) Piquet Dress with Luigi The Cat | Lazzari X Kate Pugsley
I'm loving the entire collab between Kate Pugsley and Lazzari but this confetti and fringes dress is quite unusual. The uber cute tshirt with a swimmer popping out the pocket was another contender.

2.) Amelia Travel Jewellery Box | Oliver Bonas
Oliver Bonas is so constantly on point that it's a cliche. But it's just all SO good. I love the modern take on what is often an old lady (not in a good way) accessory- the jewellery travel case. Since I travel quite a bit, and can also need to do multiple blog shoots in a weekend, this is the perfect way to store my jewels.

3.) Soludes Embroidered Slipper | Biscuit
I'm not normally an espadrille flats kinda girl, but I would be for these delightful banana ones! If 'nanas don't float your boat, they also come in rainbow and zebra versions.

4.) Arctic Fox Hidden Layered Skirt | Misha Homemade by Misha Gazel
How adorable is this? The double layer can be lifted (ooh-err) to reveal a tiny embroidered (and quite sassy) arctic fox. Are you sensing a theme with this list? All cute peeps of details. I keep accidentally stumbling across this Etsy account by artist Misha Gazel (normally her fairytale collars and fine art collection). The Etsy shop is oddly named "purplebowl2" and is curated into different well-defined collections, which is a tad confusing and off-putting. Her designes are great, though!

5.) Margot Brunch Club Tee | Joanie
Okay, admission time. I've been meaning to buy this fun, punchy T for quite a while now but it keeps falling off my radar (because sequins). Hopefully this reminder works! Think we all love a bit of weekend brunching, and this is wearable for any easy weekend.


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1.) You're So Cool T | Young Double
After our Napoleon Dynamite Unlikely Style Icon posts what could be more perfect than this t-shirt featuring his wonderfully gormless face! I love a simple white t with a fun print and this one certainly ticks that box. The Best Friend Tees are also on my must have list, whether Kim wants one or not.

2.) Tinsel Biker Jacket | Fictional Character
This faux leather jacket is just all kinds of wonderful. I love the metallic colours, I love the fringing, I love it all! It kind makes me think of the jacket in Girlboss, which is a good thing - that jacket is basically the only reason I watched that show.

3.) Let Me Sleep Iron On Patch | Lizzy Watkins
I have quite a collection of patches just waiting for the perfect items of clothing to attached them to, so what's the harm in adding one more to the pile? This one is cute and would send the perfect message to Kimberley whenever I stay at hers and she tries to talk to me too early in the morning.

4.) Plato Sneaker | No Name x G-Kero
I was brought to the No Name site by these Coucou Suzette beauts but unfortunately they're out of stock, SOB! However, at the time of typing this, they do still have a few of this collab with G-Kero left. I love the little naughty bodies print. Plus a lot of the regular No Name shoes are worth checking out too. Oh, and make sure to have a look at Coucou Suzette's etsy page, just cause it's awesome.

5.) Sacred Heart Turban Headscarf | Cleo Ferin Mercury
OK, so I pretty much want everything from Cleo Ferin Mercury's Spring Summer 2017 collection! I could have made a whole wish list just of her stuff! First of all I have to mention her new blouses - can I have one of every print please? And the detachable collars are all amazing (as always). In the end I opted to add this headscarf to my list because it's such a great item for summer, the print is awesome and the colours are super pretty.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Blogger Crushes 30

Kimberley is crushin' on... I'm Being Erica

Erica is a blog that I follow, but I don't really interact with her online myself. It's a bit of a weird one, because she's friends with two (or maybe more) of my IRL friends, separately. For this reason I feel a bit creepy following her online. But I totally recommend her blog. Her cool-girl style is consistent and colourful. Bonus points for pink hair. She's also shares her UK travels as an Aussie girl and has an ongoing twitter review of the Lumie light she uses as her selfie light.

You can catch her on Twitter or Instagram.


Helen is crushin' on... Style With Friends

Full of colourful and quirky outfits, I love Style With Friends take on fashion. Based in Cambridgeshire blogger Sian has some super fun looks. She uses her blog to share her high street and vintage finds, alongside a smattering of lifestyle posts and style challenges. I really enjoy seeing how she mixes pieces together and love that all of her outfits look super comfy while still being interesting and full of fashion flair. She's a woman after my own heart! Also, watch out for Ishka the pug popping up, she's a cutie.

Follow Sian on Instagram for beautifully bright photos and check out her fun vlogs on You Tube.


We are also lovin':
  • This list of sustainable and vegan shoes brands from Better Shoes Foundation.
  • The commodification of queercore subculture by Miista Shoes.
  • Fife blogger Frocks and Fairycakes has brought it to our attention that M&S kids shoes are awesome and go up to a size 6!
  • Our girl Miss West End Girl has had a re-brand and she's now Lynsay Loves! No more confusion over what her name is when folks meet her IRL, and doesn't it just suit her so well? Yay!
  • New online community In Colourful Company is filling our lives with rainbows. We NEED to get ourselves on one of their Colour Walks!

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Blog Birthday and Our Top 5 Movie BFFs

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Happy birthday Wardrobe Conversations!

Today this blog of ours is 4 years old. Yes, it's been 4 years of  Scottish design, Unlikely Style Icons, cake-stops, vintage rummaging, blog crushes, wish lists, round ups and ever changing hair colours. OK, the latter is mainly Kimberley, but you get the idea. You may not see as much nail art, to do lists or baking as when we first started but (hopefully) there's been an improvement in our chat, features and photography.


We started Wardrobe Conversations so that we'd have something creative to do together and a reason to meet up regularly and that plan's definitely worked.  Having someone to bounce ideas off, have a laugh with, take photos and tell you when you have lipstick on your teeth is invaluable. So we've decided to celebrate by sharing our favourite on film best friends (but first, some dancing):


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OK, now to the film besties:

1.) Napoleon and Pedro | Napoleon Dynamite
Well, obviously. We've only been ranting on about them for the passed two blogs posts! We love how these two misfits come together and help each other out. Pedro is happy to let Napoleon ride his sweet bike and Napoleon cracks out some sweet moves to help Pedro in his bid to become class president (see our photos for examples of these moves). Most of all the listen to each other, give each other advice and big each other up, just like friends should. Heck, yes!

2.)  Cher and Dione | Clueless
Two fabulously fashionable friends who help out with each others schemes, wardrobe choices and guy trouble - just like us! Well, apart from the whole being popular in high school thing and the fact that we've never worn that much plaid. They may have a few bumps along their friendship road but ultimately they're there for each other, and they look great while they do so.

3.) Elliot and ET | E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
The classic friendship story of our childhood. We couldn't miss out the weird pairing of  lonely, pal-less child Elliot and his wrinkly alien companion. The two learn to communicate, escape mild peril and bond over being weird. We aren't sure which one is Helen and which one is Kimberley in this scenario, because we can't decide which one is the sidekick and which one has the sadder situation. Maybe we'll be sassy toddler, Drew Barrymore?

4.) Romy and Michele | Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
Ok, so these two might be a bit more like us. Bonded since high school, not quite where they thought they'd be by now but still great friends and always there for each other. Plus they share our love for ridiculous matching outfits and well rehearsed (not necessarily good) dance routines.

5.) Jesse and Chester | Dude, Where's My Car?
We loved this movie during our teenage years, mostly because it featured both of our major crushes at the time. Kimberley was an Ashton Kutcher fan, while Helen had a soft spot for Sean William Scott, in case you wondered. These guys may take being friends to the extreme. Not only do they live together, date a set of twins and work together, they also get kidnapped together, wear matching 'special suits' and save the world. This film may be ridiculous, but it holds a special place in the hearts of our teenage selves.

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Now we're off to spend the day stuffing our faces with cake and listen to some 90s R&B. It's what every good birthday should involve!

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Unlikely Style Icon: Napoleon Dynamite

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I'll wear whatever I feel like today. GOSH!

It has been a long term plan of ours to do an Unlikely Style Icon of the Napolean Dynamite film but now seemed like the perfect time because this week is our blog birthday! Yep, it's been four years of dressing up and documenting these weird concepts. You can look back on our annual celebrations here (who can forget the time we dressed up as each other? Scarred for life).

I'm a huge, huge Napolean Dynamite fan. Actually, it makes up most of the gif interaction between Helen and myself over on twitter. If you haven't seen this charming film already, go and do it now. And come right back here and tell me it's a bit weird and slow moving and you don't really get it. Then watch it again and fall in love with it, like Helen did. (Do the same with Eagle vs. Shark, which I forced upon her too.) Don't worry, there are no spoilers in this blog post.. unless you count these sweet moves and some quotes snuck in.

Normally with Unlikely Style Icons, the point is to make the look wearable. And dare I say, on trend? Let's review it anyway:

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Firstly, I am so embarrassed by my hair. Apart from being not very Napolean Dynamite, it's just terrible.  I'd planned a fun vintage pin up version of his classic curls by re-creating my Bombshell Betty look but my pincurls just would not play ball. At all. It happens sometimes (or often, if you're a bit crap, like I am), when they just won't mould into the shape you want. We were under time pressure to take the photographs, so after the fifth attempt to tame my mop, I cried and then did my best to tidy up the bird's nest into some semblance of a hairstyle for these photos, before I went straight from the shoot to afternoon tea with my mum (yeah, she wasn't very impressed with it either...)

The oversized 80's aviator glasses are Napolean's top accessory and a must for this look. Luckily, they are having a bit of a moment right now, so they are easily found on the high street. I picked up my pair from H&M. Since these aren't prescription, my eyes are much larger (i.e. actual size) than I'm used to seeing, and I find it quite unsettling not having visible eyebrows. I think I'll keep these glasses strictly for costumes. It's not my best look.

With Napolean, the focus isn't really on his eyes. He mostly speaks with them closed so you notice his pouty lips. (He needs his chapstick, Kip!) I've emphasized mine with a red lipstick to match my t shirt.

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I have to give huge props to DIY queen Helen, for making this VOTE t shirt for me. Originally, it was to say "vote for Helen", like Pedro's campaign in the film, but I thought a simple 'vote' was much more topical. Using slogan tees to share your views on the political climate is very on trend right now (See? I'm making it work for fashion.) We're seeing a lot of feminist tees around but I'd consider these purchases carefully- it's great when you're investing in something that'll donate to the cause and not just some high street money maker. Or get creative with your own!

Faded wash jeans are ND's staple and I'm basically living in these cut offs right now, although they have a weird high waist/ dropped crotch combo. I sadly couldn't get my hands on a pair of moon boots so I've finished off the look with some chunky brogues I picked up recently from TK Maxx. My ankle is on the mend but still noticeably larger than the other one! I removed my support bandage for the photos because vanity. Some of these moves hurt more than I'm giving away though- I'm all about the pizzazz!

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tshirt | made by Helen
jeans | New Look
Shoes | TK Maxx
Glasses | H&M

I can't wait to share the photos of the two of us (yes, dancing) on the anniversary but in the mean time I want to say a huge thank you to Helen for being such a great blogging partner over these years. She puts so much effort into our fun concepts, whips up accessories whenever I'm in need and picks me up when I'm not sure of myself.

She's the Pedro to my Dynamite!
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