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29 January 2009
I'm all for a little bit of girly ruffles now and then. I can do a ruffle on a shoe, I like ruffle skirts from time to time and I have even been known to covet frilled bags. However, there are times when it can come across as a tad over the top, even for me
22 January 2009
I must be said, Miss Lily Allen is looking really great right now. (Okay, maybe not in this particular photo but who does look good being blown away by the wind and while pulling a funny face?) But I've really been liking her latest 'do consisting of frin
14 January 2009
Looking back through the Yay or Nay archives, it appears I have developed something of an affinity to metallic bags... although, I often find myself voting against them in our polls! This one isn't a whole lot different to the ones featured before, but the p
17 December 2008
Hot on the heels of last week's metallic Dolce & Gabbana bag is another metallic choice, this time Kooba's Ava satchel. Are you guys still feeling the metallic trend in bags? I am a bit sick of it if I'm honest and while I find this bag quite attractive,
10 December 2008
This Dolce & Gabbana candy wrapper mini tote is quintessential Dolce & Gabbana - loud, shiny and flashy. Which means you will probably either love or hate it. The multi-coloured crinkled vinyl will tickle your fancy - or make...
3 December 2008
It's possibly a bit unfair to chuck this particular ponyskin Maia hobo by Jimmy Choo in this week's Yay or Nay slot, because right off the bat, there will be many of you who can't get on board with the blue and white zebra print. You might want to look beyon
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