fashion, hollywood

Style Icons II

Such a pretty day today – love Spring. Just got back from brunching with my friend B (same chicky who bought me my heart necklace from yesterday’s post) and I had the yummiest poached eggs with mushrooms and feta on sourdough. Perth people check out Tuck Shop Cafe on Newcastle Street in Northbridge – yummy food and really good service!

Anywho thought i’d get onto Part 2 of my style icons posts before I have to get ready for work this evening.

Whitney Port

Of all the chicks from ‘The Hills’ Whitney was always my favourite – for one she was actually a nice person (or so it seemed) and she was never ridiculously dramatic or bitchy like the rest of them. And she knows how to dress. I love that her style is carefree and feminine and she’s not afraid to try something different or go that extra step with accessories or bold lips.

Alexa Chung

She’s just so cool. Can’t even describe it, her look is just so effortless and she always pulls off the chilled I don’t care thing. She also does the indie-androgynous thing to a tee. If I could look so effortlessly put together it’d make life a lot easier!

Michelle Williams

Anyone who can pull of that pixie haircut and not like a fifty year old woman or a raging dyke gets my tick of approval. And her vintage inspired dresses would fit nicely in my wardrobe. Basically she’s a cutie and always looks lovely.