Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Classic Boyfriend Jeans & A Shirt

Wearing: Nobody Beau Jean, MLM Open back shirt (both from Just a Local Store),
 Rayban sunglasses, Proenza Schouler bag, Zara heels, Daniel Wellington watch

With VAMFF (Melbourne Fashion Week) over for the year, I've put away my more unique pieces and opted for a more classic, yet casual look with a pair of boyfriend jeans and a black shirt. When it comes to boyfriend jeans, you either have a pair that's too big and ends up being unflattering (although, I don't doubt that it's comfortable) or being too tight and looking more like a pair of too-big skinny jeans. This pair by Nobody Denim is my favourite pair right now and in the perfect shade of light blue, which is quite refreshing to see in my mainly monochromatic wardrobe. 

Monday, 16 March 2015

Carry it On Your Back

WEARING: ASOS top | Zara shoes | ASOS backpack | Daniel Wellington watch

A backpack is one of the most convenient forms of accessories, and if you're someone who needs to carry a lot at one time/ is always on the go, it'll be your best friend; it's perfect for school/university, work and even regular days when you just want your arms to be free. I bought this leather backpack last year on ASOS to carry my textbooks at uni, and it's saved my arms from losing circulation on more than one occasion.

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

A White Denim Jacket

Wearing: Third Form denim jacket, ASOS cropped trousers (similar here & here), 

With the return of the Autumn breeze, wearing a T-shirt alone as a top isn't always a substantial means of attire, though neither is that thick woollen coat that lies at the back of your wardrobe only getting one or two wears (if lucky!) a year. Something like a denim jacket is thick enough to keep you warm for the 20 something degree March weather, but it's not too thick that you'll end up spending more time holding it than wearing. I've always thrown on a denim jacket when I'm feeling more casual, the jacket usually in different shades of blue, but this white one by Third Form is great if you love the comfort that a denim jacket gives, but want something a little more dressy. The oversized look of this jacket makes more of a statement and is much (in my opinion) more versatile.

If you might've noticed, I decided to change things around this month with these photos; Numero uno, I switched my original 24-105mm lens to a 50mm, which I'm finding to be a LOT better and easier to shoot (I'm really not sure why I never switched them around) and second, I decided to add a little greenery in the background, which is kinda nice since my outfits never really have colour anyway.


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