It Began in Africa….

This month my favourite online store Asos launched their “Asos Africa” collection, which consists of accessories and clothing that has not only been designed, but sourced and produced by various community groups in Africa, with focus being placed on ethical treatment of workers, proper training, and fair wages… check it out here Ethical, stylish, and with some gorgeous African Tribal and cultural influences…. I think I’m in love…. Peace, Wide Eyed Fire Child, x
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Snake Worshiper

Lusting for a snake bangle baaaaad… they look absolutely killer wrapped around the upper arm… maybe I wont go for one of these gold and silver jewel encrusted ones though, just a tad too pricey for me 🙂 Peace, Wide Eyed Fire Child, x
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Rooftop Terrace Luncheon Do

first outfit post… gulp, here goes… had lunch with my three sisters (or the Blisters, as I like to call them) at one of their apartments yesterday (complete with fancy-schmanchy rooftop terrace!) and due to the divine weather we’ve been having, I decided let get the ol’ midriff out for a peek at the sun 😛 CROPPED TOP: PENNEYS LEATHER JACKET: ZARA PANTS:PENNEYS GLADIATORS: EBAY BAG: PENNEYS RINGS: ASOS (an embarrassing amount of Penneys loot there nooo?) Peace, WildChild, x
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Sugar Skulls

The Sugar Skull symbol originates from “The Day of the Dead”, a religious holiday in Mexico…. I really like them, and I think they are so intricate and interesting, even kinda creepy in a ghost/spirit way… Sugar Skulls have been around for centuries and have been a big trend in old school tattoo inspiration… unfortunately in recent years the clothing brand Ed Hardy has adopted the symbol and tacked it up to the nines, emblazoning Sugar Skulls on its tee shirts and caps an so forth. ugh! But despite its hard-core appearance, the Sugar Skull is still a really meaningful religious symbol, one of remembrance of the dead. I am actually planning on visiting Mexico later on this year, and am hoping to go when the festival is on in early November, so i’ll surely see my fair share of sugar skulls while Im there! Peace, Wide Eyed Fire Child…
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