Tuesday, February 21, 2012

WIN: H by Heather Lighton

Photobucket This pleated black maxi skirt has fast become a favourite in my wardrobe. My Size kindly sent it to me to review a couple of weeks ago, and I've practically lived in it ever since. My only issue with the skirt is its a little big, I could have gone down one or even two sizes. As I have never shopped at My Size before I wasn't familiar with their sizing you see, but belting it works for me. Yes I could have exchanged it, but I'm lazy when it comes to things like that and also I loved the skirt so much I wanted to wear it then and there and not have to wait. Regardless no one seems to notice and instead I just get complement after complement when wearing it out and about, in fact yesterday in the city three different people ran after me to ask about it. Does this happen to anyone else? Seriously every time I go out someone asks me where at least one thing I'm wearing is from...I've never asked a stranger such a question or felt compelled to do so (well except for when I'm taking street style photos, then I ask them where every single item is from, haha) Anyway I don't actually mind, ask away.

Outfit Details
Leopard jumper A Savers find from a few years ago
Black maxi skirt My Size
Belt Vintage from Camberwell Market
Necklace H by Heather Lighton 'Tessie' necklace
Loafers Sportsgirl
Lace frill socks $5 cheapies
Umbrella Japan
Specs New Osiris specs from Specsavers
  PhotobucketWhats a Fashion Hayley outfit post without a shot of my cute frilly lace socks and shoes? Its my thing guyz!
  PhotobucketMy awesome H by Heather Lighton 'Tessie' necklace up close. For some reason this piece reminds me of Pebbles from The Flinstones, which is why I teamed it with my leopard print jumper.
My super talented slashy friend (photographer/jewellery designer/cool Melbourne babe) Heather has taken Melbourne by storm with her super cute and affordable (only $39) hand crafted beaded necklaces, H by Heather Lighton. Heather's so talented she even shot the lookbook herself (mad skills right there!) Stocked at Kids in Berlin and Corky Saint Clair in Melb with an ever growing list of stockists Heather has kindly offered one of my readers the chance to WIN their very own necklace!!! The winner can choose from the 18 different colour combo's on offer, all named after Heather's friends.
To enter please like the H by Heather Lighton facebook page, leaving a comment on her wall and copy+paste that comment back on this blog post, easy!
Competition closes Wednesday 29th Feb at 5pm AEST.
Competition open worldwide!!!
Good luck, xoxo


  1. this whole look is very well put together really like the design on the belt


  2. YES, WHY did you have to move to SYDNEY?!! haha, that would have been amazing if you could have helped out, even just a tiny bit. I did know about the melbourne street style site.. but I don't really like the way it looks anymore, like you said, it's confusing and it seems like the street style section isn't as easily accessible anymore =/ By the way, in the post below you look AMAAAZING, modelling. I can't wait to see the results!

  3. Hey awesome necklaces

  4. Fantastic necklaces!! The Lara and Sarah are gorgeous!!!

  5. The little blue pebbles in the Anna necklace are stunning :)

  6. Love that black and white ensemble.
    Cute socks and lovely necklace.

  7. I love 'anna' - what a gorgeous colour combo - perfect for spring !!

    Tessa x

  8. Inside Retail

  9. I think you look amazing in this post. I never really shopped at My Size in Australia, but would always walk in and look around, hoping for something to grab my eye...

    This looks amazing on you. I didn't have time to properly comment yesterday, but I think you make this look amazing. My body isn't great with high waisted skirts and I always feel a slight sting when I see you rocking this look... Your "Reunion" post left a particular feeling of envy and you have given me that again! I like the pleats too - pleated skirts and pants have really rocked through London this year and you make it look effortless and wonderful.

    You asked recently on twitter what we were loving with some of your recent looks and posts - well - this is one of those for me. x.


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