Miss Glam.

by kekiandglam8588


The “Glam” part of this blog’s name comes from my best friend – Zana Glamuzina (or Glam for short). Unfortunately we don’t live in the same city anymore, in fact we don’t even live in the same country (boo hoo). I am in Auckland, New Zealand and Zana is in Melbourne, Australia. BUT that doesn’t stop us from sharing every other aspect of our lives whether its major life crises or our new favourite fashions/styles/trends/hair colours/makeup tricks and not to mention: endless emails back and forth about what colour Lita’s to buy. If we were still living just down the road from one another, there is no doubt this blog would contain countless photos of the two of us playing dress-ups at every possible opportunity. I asked Miss Zana Glam if she would do a ‘guest post’ from Melbourne….and this is what she graced my email inbox with!

Love the way she switches so easily between a polished chic look and the festival boho look. Also love the way Zana’s boho look is exactly that – boho! – not bag lady or scruffy or grungy. Love her!

Outfit 1: blue high-waist skirt – vintage (customized to mini); leopard singlet – Bardot; black glass ring – gift; zip cuff – Jetset & Bohemian; black wedges – Number 1 Shoe Warehouse; fringed bag – street stall in Thailand || Outfit 2: high-waist denim cut-offs – Bardot (summer essential!); black over-sized tee – General Pants; emerald green tailored sport blazer – Zara; platform clogs – Number 1 Shoe Warehouse; love note necklace – Jetset & Bohemian; zip cuff – Jetset & Bohemian || Outfit 3: silk dress worn as slip – Kookai; flared sleeve dress – sale rack at a random store in Melbourne; belt – vintage from Vixen on K Rd; bracelet – Pandora “from my bestest” (that’s me!!); brown leather band – street stall in Ibiza || Outfit 4: brown dress – random store in Sydney 4 years ago;  crochet fringed cardigan – Bardot; swan necklace – Karen Walker; bullet necklace – stolen from boyfriend; rose pendant – gift; best festival boots in the world – store in Ponsonby next to the Lee Outlet store (sorry name has been forgotten!!)

All photos by Jasen Wardlaw.