Thursday, January 07, 2010

I ♥ op shopping!











Yesterday I went op shopping for the first time in awhile and I think I had forgotten how much I love it. I got myself a denim vest and a mink pink top and a t-shirt with a lion on it for the hubby. Quite a successful trip!

I guess I chose these pictures for this post because they some how remind me of op shopping. I don't know why really. They just have that feel to them. Does that make sense?

Anyway the pics are by Michikokusaki, a talented photographer from Moscow. Make sure you check out her stream for the rest of her amazing photos.

Also don't forget you can also catch me over at Daydream Lily for the rest of the week. I'm guest blogging to help Liss out while she travels around India.

15 comments:

  1. You always point me in the direction of great photographers!!! Thank you, your blog is such an inspiration!

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  2. ooh wonderful photographer! great choice, these are beautiful!

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  3. Such incredible photographers, always. Your blog is lovely

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  4. No, your pictures make perfect sense - all the figures are gazing with curiousity and discovery! That's what shopping is all about, right?

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  5. These pictures are such fun! I love how the photographer captures the girls in quirky poses and situations, they all make me smile :)

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  6. Those photo's by Michikokusaki are terrific.

    You've got such a lovely blog.

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  7. Hay!
    its lovely to find another New Zealand blogger! ;)

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  8. so cute. love the bright tights & sweaters!

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  9. I love these pictures! The first and the second one with the 3D glasses are my favorite!

    lovelove, M.
    http://marissaexplains.blogspot.com

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  10. I love these pictures! The first and the second one with the 3D glasses are my favorite!

    lovelove, M.
    http://marissaexplains.blogspot.com

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  11. Op shopping is the best way to go! There are so many reasons why one should do it. It's green, the quality of the clothes is way better than you'd normally find in stores these days, the style isn't a knockoff and the price, sometimes the price makes you think whether people are joking with you. The tricky part, at least for me, is that I always buy thrift, but never sell anything thrift.

    Your blog is lovely as usual, Amanda!

    Isadora ♥

    fantastiquememoiresfromtheouterspace.blogspot.com

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  12. Hi lovely amanda. i am writing from Mexico :) i dont know if other mexicans read and see your blog, but i do. I think it is awesome, the work you are doing here is amazing. I feel soo inspirated, i think you have a nice perspective of what photography art is. You have post amazing photograhers, and i like how you write about them.

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  13. ohh! i almost forget, i have seen you on lookbook before i knew about this blog, amazing :)

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  14. Regarding your high fashion/fashion posts, and also blogging about your recent trip to africa, do you think there may be a little irony between the two? Do you realise where most of the clothing and fashion you are posting about is made in sweat shops, in developing places such as where you want to 'help'. Our lifestyle choices of consumerism cripples any chance of those living in poverty to simply live at all.

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