Saturday, 15 November 2014
Sunday, 9 November 2014
Black by Geng Tulip drape playsuit, Rayban Classic aviators c/o Vision Direct, Daniel Wellington watch
The weather in the last few days has been perfect to bring out the summery clothes and accessories, all I really need is a tan. I never really embraced the playsuit/jumpsuit/romper trend as the fact that you have to strip completely to go to the toilet was kind of a major turnoff, BUT I'll make an exception for this one by Black by Geng, which I absolutely love. The good thing about jumpsuits is that they can be worn both for day and night- it all depends on the shoes (and maybe lip colour) that you opt for.
Sunglasses are an extension of your outfit, and if you live in countries such as Australia, where the UV rays are some of the strongest in the world, they are essential to protecting your eyes. Vision Direct is an online retailler specialising in designer sunglasses and eye-glasses and have thousands of designs, you'll definitely find something to suit you (even if it takes 3 hours of browsing through every single category) and the prices are some of the lowest in the country, which is an added bonus!
Wednesday, 5 November 2014
Tuesday, 4 November 2014
Country Road top, Zara Coat, Country Road Mules, Proenza Schouler bag, Honey & Beau skirt, Karen Walker sunglasses
I feel my brain is about to explode from all the exam cram, so here's a quick post featuring a coat (yep, it's still coat weather here, even when we're nearly into Summer) and these uber comfy mules.
The first time I was exposed to mules, were when I the all black ones by Zara on my Instagram newsfeed from someone over in London (that's the trick to staying ahead of trends). My friend went and ordered them online before they hit Melbourne stores, so that meant I couldn't get them. When I saw these mules in stores a few months ago, they reminded me so much of the Tibi Bee Mules I couldn't walk away + they were super walkable too. There are (were) a lot of mixed views on mules out there, but more and more brands are releasing their own take on them which is most likely an indication that they're becoming accepted right? At the end of the day, if you like a particular piece of clothing/accessory and other people don't, go with your own opinions and work it girl.
GET THE LOOK: MULES
Monday, 27 October 2014
Missguided is one of my go to online shops for going out clothes because they have awesome designs, yet they're super affordable, so you won't feel guilty after you neglect that outfit that you wore once to a night out with the girls.
For this post, I've teamed up with them to show you my take on a tailored look. Tailoring doesn't have to mean tight fitted shirts and pin stripe blazers, rather (according to Google) it's an outfit that is well made and fits well. Here, I'm wearing a pair of high waisted trousers (+ a stretchy waist which is always a bonus), a crop top with more of a square neck, which not only keeps what J Law refers to as the 'Armpit Vagina' at bay, but it's typically found on more corporate dresses so it looks that little bit more conservative + a pair of heels to pull it together.
Thursday, 23 October 2014
Classic, Daniel Wellington Classic Sheffield watch, Zara shoes
This week, the lovely Emily from the Stylebk has chosen to feature me on her website and I've worn all my favourite pieces from my wardrobe in one post.
If there's anything better than wearing monochrome, is the way an outfit looks when you opt for a one colour look. Wearing white on white exudes an aura of crispness and put togetherness- I'm sure even a pair of white jeans worn with a simple white T-shirt would have a similar overall effect.
This Christopher Esber skirt is the perfect length and the details at the front make it that little bit more interesting so it's not just your average mojo midi skirt. After work a few weeks ago, I slipped into Zara since all the other stores were closed and I wondered in without really wanting to buy anything and I stumbled across these black slingback shoes. I looked at them for ages, holding in my hand, trying them on, you know the drill and the sales assistant told me that they would probably sell out by the weekend so I bought them straight away (wanting something then it sells out is the worst). That's good sales strategy right there.
GET THE LOOK
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