Leave behind your preconceived ideas about Pole Dancing and let Chicfinds tell you that getting fit can be FUN! We have discovered the best craze to come in fitness. Its got a little bit of yoga, a little bit of pilates, jazz, contemporary dance with a pole. Rather than having to take every leap, bend and crunch on your own, you have a pole to support you and a room full of great girls all having a good time. It feels like your in a dance studio rather than a florescent lit gym with competitive and intimating faces all around.
Its so much fun you don’t notice the pain of the push ups or the crunch and you feel really motivated to get the best results.
The other element of Pole that makes it such a great sport is that its completely Girly. You can get gilizy, glamorous or go sporty. Even if there is some boys in the odd class its like a girl club and you can be a girl one hundred percent.
Getting fit feels sexy and fun instead of a chore or another to do on your to do list. A great time out, a date with yourself and other chicks swinging their hips. If you want a bit of yoga, pilates and dance class with great results give Pole a go. Visit http://sydneypole.com/ or a studio in your area.
Chicfinds loves and adores the photography of Tim Walker. His images are mystical and full of fantasy. His style tells a story that is whimsical and reminiscent of fairy tales and childhood stores.
Tim Walker’s photography is composed and stylized. His subjects are romantic and beautiful with an innocence and purity. Often depicting a English flavor they are never sexy .
“Tim Walker – British born, London based photographer Tim Walker is one of the most exciting photographers of our time. He has established himself at the cutting edge of fashion photography. Walker began his photographic journey working as a freelance assistance in London before moving to New York to work with American fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon. Returning to England inspired, he focused mainly on his portrait and documentary work for UK newspapers, before at the age of 25 shooting his first fashion story for Vogue. His innovative photography is amongst the most imaginative and exuberant being produced today. Tim’s work regularly features in style and fashion magazines including British Vogue, Vanity Fair, Italian Vogue, W and Harpers Bazaar, he has also created and advertising campaigns for exclusive clients such as Comme des Garcons and Gap. Extraordinary environments and people are the things that he finds the most inspiring. He has published some books such as ‘STORY TELLER’ in 2012 and ‘PICTURES’ in 2008 as well. He also received bunch of awards for instance The Isabella Blow Award for fashion creator from the British fashion council in 2008 and in 2010 his first short film went on to win best short film at the Chicago United Film Festival. ” http://lyslalidpat.myblog.arts.ac.uk/2013/11/17/tim-walker-research-for-the-two-photographers/
Great reading is ‘Into the Gloss’ for lots of ideas on health, beauty and glamour. The latest recommendation is a home mixture of coffee grinds with Olive oil for beautiful smooth skin. Check it out; http://intothegloss.com/2015/03/diy-beauty-treatments-for-pregnancy/
Love love Love this cover of Vogue Paris!
Chicfinds sunday project is to add a little colour the the tone on tone. A touch of Vietnam green goes well in any part of the home, bathroom to bedroom. Paint an old frame, mirror or bed head, this colour is so beautiful!
A curtain or a pillow slip are enough to create a new feeling using this colour.
When you become a mum shopping has a whole new meaning for those that love shopping. Home wares and fashion was my great love but motherhood has changed that.
My favourite online shopping is at Children’s Salon; https://www.childrensalon.com/ and
http://littlegatherer.com/ which has everything and more for the little ones imaginations!
and for the cutest basics…http://alfieapparel.com/
and now in Australia cute brand for kids; Chateau de Sable
and for those chic working mums, check out this blog for great inspiration;
It might not be a politically correct thing to say but I couldn’t have worded it better. Thanks miss Moss!
This weeks ChicFinds are a mix of that classic style that comes with summer, the navy, red and white. It always looks so good in stripes and the mono colours. Together it shapes up to be a smart look everytime, a classic that can’t go wrong. There is something crisp about the three together. Summer also offers the opportunity to wear the nude tones which can look so good all mixed up together or broken up with white. These tones always break a shadow.
Enjoy this weeks Chicfinds!
Inspired by the feminine part of Isabel Marant’s designs here are a couple of links to this week’s ChicFinds!
And there is more; link for some stripes and this for some print and this!.
If it is not the blue, navy and red then it has to be one of the skin tones. Nudes in summer look great with a tan and they theme in so well with brown leather (that’s coming in next week’s ChicFinds, beautiful leather bags!) Here are a couple of Chicfinds to inspire that skin tone; ….link Following in the theme of earthy tones here is this luxurious scarf …Link.ChicFinds will be back next week with some more suggestions, in the meantime watch out for our xmas inspirations. X