Life & Style Blog - Witchery

Has your child got what it takes to join the Witchery Style Squad?

26 March 2015, by Forrest Chase


Has your child got what it takes to join the Witchery Style Squad? Witchery are looking for two stylish, playful and inspiring kids tostar in the next Girl + Boy campaign plus win a $1,000 Witchery wardrobe.

PRIZES:

One girl and one boy grand prize winner will each receive a $1,000 Witchery Girl & Boy wardrobe, a starring role in the next summer campaign (must be available to shoot in Sydney between 25 - 29 May, 2015), return flight for child and parent or legal guardian andone night’s accommodation.

Plus, two girls and two boys will each nab the people’s choice runner-up prize of a $500 Witchery wardrobe.

ENTER NOW!

T&Cs Apply. See www.witchery.com.au/help/terms-and-conditions for details.

What do you think? Comment here

Category: Featured
Tags: Competition, Witchery

Share |
Comment

or

WITCHERY BOY AND GIRL – EXCLUSIVELY AT FORREST CHASE

24 November 2014, by Forrest Chase

Witchery and Captain and the Gypsy Kid present Sunshine, a short film featuring award winning film maker, sun seeker and super cool dad, Taylor Steele. In this film Taylor and his daughter’s Jaiden and Milla take us on a summer adventure filled with the sun, sand and surf of their hometown, Byron Bay. The new Girl and Boy collections will be available exclusively at Witchery Forrest Chase!

What do you think? Comment here

Category: Featured
Tags: Trends, Witchery

Share |
Comment

or

Dressed for success

30 January 2014, by Rachael Ciccarelli

2014 Dressed Success

Image source: file.trendhunter.com.

With public holidays out of the way for the next month, it’s time to stop procrastinating and get to work… work wardrobe, that is. You know I’d never force you to work without encouraging a good hard look inside your closet first. How is it in there? Odds are that work-wear section is looking a little tired, and fair enough. Black fades fast, and when you’re washing the same pieces week after week, even more so – so let’s go shopping, shall we?


2014 Dressed Success 1

Image sources: Zip front print tank, $89.95, Sateen crop pant, $89.95, and Phillipa loafer, $149.95, all from Witchery.

If you’ve been reading the Forrest Chase blog for a while, you might remember how I feel about dressing well for work: ie, DO IT. Odds are you’ll spend more hours in office attire than in anything else, so you should look and feel good in what you wear. Choosing quality pieces for work as carefully as you do for play will leave you feeling more confident and that will translate to your performance, how you’re perceived by your superiors, and most importantly: that mirror reflection clutching on to her 7am coffee.

2014 Dressed Success 2

Image sources: Square panel shirt, $105 and Tweed asymmetric wrap skirt, $229, both from Cue; Magadore shoes, $139.95, from Nine West.

So, once again: consider your proportions and what looks good on you. If there’s a cut you know will flatter you, buy it. If there’s a colour that makes your eyes sparkle or your skin attain a Beyonce-like halo, wear it. Don’t be afraid of a little print or bold accessories – as long as you’re in tailored garments and covering up everything that needs to be covered, do not be afraid to depart from your coworker norm and try something a little interesting.

What do you think? Comment here

Category: Featured
Tags: Fashion, Trends, Witchery

Share |
Comment

or

Ear candy

14 November 2013, by Rachael Ciccarelli

Earrings 1

Image source: 1.bp.blogspot.com.

You know the rules: more is more and nothing succeeds like excess. So you can only imagine the glee when discovered statement earrings had made their way back on to accessories racks everywhere, just in time to team with your favourite holiday caftan for the ultimate “Princess Caroline orders another Bellini, poolside” look. It’s an exciting time; not only can you wear loose, billowy clothes and drink by a body of water again, but big statement earrings are here and they’re out to make sure no lobe goes unadorned this summer.

Earrings 2

Image sources: Peru earrings, $12.95, from Sportsgirl; Fringe hoop earrings, $39.95, from Witchery; Chain earrings, $25, from Pigeonhole; Hoop design earrings, $12.95, from Sportsgirl; Lattice with purple jewel earrings, from Gloss Accessories.

As with anything fantastic and glittery, we have the Italians to thank for this one; specifically those scamps Dolce and Gabbana who just won’t quit making outrageously beautiful stuff for us to drool over (see: opening photograph). The look is ornate and a bit vintage. There’s definitely a sense of “discovered these antique danglers in a Moroccan souk while I was hanging out with Yves in the 70s, no biggie”; so keep your eyes out for anything in worked or ancient looking metals, and don’t forget turquoise - it’s a classic 70s stone and always looks fresh and bright under our scorching sun. The Peru and Hoop earrings from Sportsgirl have definitely got that 70s Aztec influence going on, whereas the fringe and chain earrings (from Witchery and Pigeonhole respectively) are basically a jewel version of the all-important fringe: as important to ears as it was to clothes and hair in the 1970s. The lattice earring from Gloss is a great one – touches of pretty jewel tones and worked metals, it’d give any outfit an instant glamour lift.

What do you think? Comment here

Category: Featured
Tags: Fashion, Sportsgirl, Witchery

Share |
Comment

or

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8