Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sweet treats in the Mail Ezibuy

I received a nice treat in the mail from the very nice guys at Ezi buy. I have to admit I haven't heard of this shopping site before . Their timing was perfect. My friends birthday party is coming up and I have that thing most new Mums have . Nothing to wear syndrome... I have lost so much weight recently with running around after Felix and not ever getting to complete eating a single meal. My wardrobe is looking very tried after post pregnancy everything baggy and stretched and trashed playing in the park and it is impossible to shop now. Anyone with 16 month old toddler will know what I mean. When my little package arrived from Ezi buy I was very excited. They have a huge range of basics to suit most ages and figures and they have nice range called Emerge. I have my eye on this jump suit just waiting for it to come available.
I ended up buying this dress as it fun summer retro print. One thing I have to say their sizing chart was perfect. I took my purchase out of the bag and it fitted well and the fabric was really nice cotton and well made garment.
There is a chance to win a wardrobe at Ezi buy at the moment check out their wardrobe challenge with Madison magazines senior fashion editor Nicole Bonython-Hines . Gives a few tips for us girls with nothing to wear syndrome.
Ezi buy certainly was an Ezi buy for this time poor Mum. Off to spring clean my wardrobe while little man sleeps.
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New South Sydney Markets

We had a great family day on Sunday at the new South Sydney Markets . It set in the industrial area of Sydney and has a huge paper recycling plant next door. It has a nice vibe with street dancers bands petting zoo and men on stilts. The stall owners are very friend take a look at Kevin below where I bought some daisies as I am starting to feel spring like. It was more like 31C so I think we skipped spring and raced into summer already. The industrial space made us reminisce of our old Sunday market trawls around Brick lane in London. I spotted this gem of a book published in 1963 I loved the cover design and it is was perfect inspiration for Jarrod's porcelain projects he is working on just now. We found some fresh veggies for dinner. I made a homemade pizza. Once you made your own you can't go back to supermarket bricks. Lots of real second hand finds and kids and women's clothing. It's quite small but I think it will grow over time with such a nice vibe and very family friendly and free parking. A fun day out.