This is probably about as high as Freast are going to get in the price stakes until Karl Lagerfeld realises that we have much more to offer Chanel than Blake Lively ever could. In short, for the garments worn in the following money shots, Freast wore All Saints. This required some special measures, such as the washing of hair and the use of props such a trained dog.
Seeing as we feel we are stretching the budget in the step up from Primark to H&M, All Saints is definitely one of those shops which requires us to ask fathers Freast for the inheritance early. As easy as it is to convince ourselves that our overdraft is just free money, our plastic didn't stretch as far as full price All Saints. However, the fact that this quality cardigan-come-wrap-with-sleeves was on sale didn't deter us from cracking out the 'America's next top model trying desperately to impress Tyra' posing. In hindsight Keast's crotch-grab was probably one step too far. As you no doubt can tell, the use of flash (due to night-time) had different effects on Freast's photos. Frankly, it's beyond us why the National Portrait Gallery hasn't commissioned for an exhibition yet.
Fry: cardigan – All Saints, top – ASOS, necklace – ASOS, headband – ASOS, cords – vintage, shoes – primark
Keast: cardigan - All Saints, shirt - Zara, cord shorts - New Look, hat - vintage
Now that our number of followers is coming close to being able to be counted on TWO hands, we thought we'd let you know what's coming up next - a technique which can be compared successfully with the cliffhangers left on Friday episodes of Neighbours.
For mañana's (not wanting to exclude our no doubt thriving Hispanic audience) episode of Fables of Freast, we're going to be exploring the idea of career opportunities. The fact that we haven't exactly decided what we're going to write at all means that we can't tell you much more than that, safe to say it's going to be in the same crushingly witty vein as the rest of our oeuvre.