Friday, 28 November 2014

Culottes + Roll Necked Tops

Wearing: ASOS high neck top, Hawkers Co sunglasses in Diamond Black, Monki Annie bag (similar), Boohoo culottes, Daniel Wellington watch

 Sorry for the absence the last week or so- I went away to the coast with a group of friends for some much needed R&R for a couple days and now that I'm back, I thought I'd share these photos that I shot a few months ago for Rivet Magazine (publishing soon!). Here, I've opted for a monochrome outfit (as usual) as that's what I feel the most comfortable in, and decided to go with a high necked top instead of a T-shirt or a shirt. 

With the university year over, I had initially hoped to post more frequently, but being available most of the time means that I get more hours at work, which translates to less time to shoot/ post, but I'll do my best to keep y'all updated! 


Saturday, 15 November 2014

Black Shirt Dress

Silent-D 'Static Black' Sandals (c/o Sidewalk Soul), Maven the Label dress, Shakuhachi pouch, Daniel Wellington watch, Rayban Aviators (c/o Vision Direct)

I've been on the hunt for a short sleeved shirt dress for the longest time and when I opened up the package from the lovely girls at Maven the Label, I saw this dress inside and fell in love straight away. The slit on the side keeps things interesting + allows you to walk (see ya later waddling) and is perfect for warmer days as it'll keep you breezy and not feel barbequed in all black. 

Flat sandals are great and I have my fair share of Birkenstocks/slides, but sometimes you just need that little bit of a heel when you need to be a little more dressy. The heel on these Silent D sandals are short and chunky which makes them super comfortable and the simple design of them is easy to pair with outfits. The best thing about these is the velcro strap because I mean who doesn't like velcro?


Sunday, 9 November 2014


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! 

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Stripes & Mules

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.


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