'Sisterhood of the Travelling Shorts'


We're bouncing around the office with excitement and anticipation to launch our newest campaign, 'The Sisterhood of the Travelling Shorts'. This is something special that we have been working on for months and months and it is just such an amazing feeling to finally share it with you all.
This campaign has such a huge place in our hearts and more than anything we'd like for it to succeed so we can raise as much money as possible for those who are battling breast cancer. 100% of the profits gained from the sales of these cute little pink shorts will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and you can purchase them from www.casperandpearl.com for $60 at 6:00pm tonight!

A casper&pearl girl cares about the world around her and lives passionately!

Lots of love, the c&p girls xx 

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short / sweet

Riders by Lee high rise rigid shortsLove of EosMaurie and Eve Phoenix wedges
Sportsgirl earring | Vintage watch | Asos bracelet | Cue waistcoat | Lola vs Harper hero sheer tank | Barbarian Gypsy koko necklace | Riders by Lee high rise rigid denim shorts

Denim shorts carry with them the flavour of summer, and with summer, feathers and bracelets and loose blonde locks. Thanks to Riders by Lee for sending me a ray of sunshine from their upcoming summer collection available online now, and to Love of Eos for the top and necklace. Love of Eos are currently offering first-timers 10% off everything if you're keen for a spring bargain.

Fashion Friday Luncheon

Brands from Burnside Village paraded their Spring/Summer looks at the Adelaide Hilton today

Jodie from Adelaide Radio Station Mix 102.3 hosted the lunch  

We were treated to a delicious lunch from the Hilton's -  The Brasserie

Gift Bag

It's that time again!!!
Finders Keepers, Cameo and Keepsake 
Sample Sale

Everything $10

Fashion Avenue 2012, Adelaide

In a sea of trustworthy designs focused on high profit margins and fast production turnaround, the truly inspired artists stand out. So it's easy to see why of the interstate designers brought to Fashion Avenue 2012, Camilla was a clear highlight. Her firework of a collection added Sydney sheen to a Brazilian flamboyance, mixing boomerang necklaces with bright feathers and prints. You didn't know where to start looking, not because everything was wrong, but because it was so perfect.

Joining Camilla on the print path were Lisa Ho and Gorman, with fun but wearable pieces currently available in stores. Meanwhile Alannah Hill and Alex Perry, who can usually be trusted for beautiful - albeit frou frou - frocks, seemed to dampen their ranges for the Adelaide market. Lucette, Joveeba and Tigerlily didn't break any ground, although Tigerlily included some high-waisted bikinis I couldn't help but appreciate. (I've previously declared my love for the navel hiders.)

Click through to facebook to see the full galleries.

Siobhan O'Keefe at Fashion Avenue 2012Adele Snowball in Lisa Ho at Fashion Avenue 2012

Gorman at Fashion Avenue 2012Holly Watson in Lucette at Fashion Avenue 2012

Joveeba at Fashion Avenue 2012Tigerlily at Fashion Avenue 2012

Megan Ford closes Alex Perry at Fashion Avenue 2012Camilla, Fashion Avenue 2012

Holly Watson in Camilla at Fashion Avenue 2012Fashion Avenue 2012 Adelaide Camilla at Fashion Avenue 2012