I’m in love with this monochrome look, the salt and pepper flecks in the blazer gives depth over the marle grey tee and busted knees of the denim. All of my accessories are black to keep it grunge and ~cool~
Hot Tip* to add depth to your monochrome outfits look for texture like marles, faux furs and knits. This also assists when your monochrome colours don’t perfectly match, it looks ‘intentional’ haha.
I’m not usually one to embrace the bohemian style but if there’s one brand that can segway me into it it’s Camilla. The best thing about this brand is that almost everything is transformable, a dress can become a top and a vest can become a dress, you’re never wearing the same thing twice and it’s amazing.
As you can see I’ve teamed the dress and vest which I styled off shoulder with my black leather jacket and black OTK boots for winter and to ‘toughen’ up the look & make it a little more city I included my Balenciaga clutch. This is the look I wore to the Camilla preview on the Seadeck for Fashion Week and the show did not disappoint. The African drummers amongst the models, the cutest kids models, the choir, and dancers was a spectacle only Camilla could pull off… on a boat! Well done Camilla I can’t wait to Jamba Jamba with you again soon!
Nearing the end of Summer it’s been a weird one for us here down in Aus, we have coat weather days and bikini weather days one after the other. Luckily Sunglasses never go out of style and they bid well to summer and winter irrespectively. So Scott and I shot this series with Samantha Wills because we love her new range of sunglasses & wanted to showcase how easily they are to style Summer to Winter.
It’s no secret that I’m a little bit of a foodie. I enjoy a meal out here or there, everywhere, everyday. So I went and checked out Grandma’s in Rosebery for something different with my also foodie fashion blogger friend, Laurie. Their homestyle cooking menu is just what we needed. Especially as I’m not one to cook a hearty meal for myself at home, ever. But I’m sure one day when I’m forced to cook for myself, and maybe even a family, I’ll be looking at Grandma’s menu for inspiration! But until that day I’ll just pop this little gem on the eating list.
In this post I’m wearing a little crop top and short number from Keepsake paired back with a BCBG Max Azria vest, white booties, white sunnies and top knot. Just to keep it chill and cheerful.
Spring flashback! I never got around to publishing these, I think we shot them around five months ago. I still love this bodysuit and I wish I had more reasons to wear it. This was shot at one of my favourite watering holes in Sydney, Gordon’s bay.
This spot is perfect if you’re in the mood to be in the water that has a bit of movement but not too much that you’re going to be dunked and swooshed around. Bring a lilo (inflatable) and cruise around the bay with the dozens of other water dwellers. Mountain goat your way to a perfectly situated rock on either side of the bay and enjoy the warmth of the sun, on your potentially steep but most likely flat rock.
I’ll be rolling out more fun places to see and visit in Sydney if you’re interested!
Triangl bikinis, the bikini brand that’s flooded our instagram feeds since 2014. Amirite? But are they worth it? Well, yeah. It’s less than $100 for a bikini top AND bottom AND you get to mix and match your size. You don’t get that option anywhere else! That’s what I love about it. I’m usually forking out at least $80 for a top and at least $50 for a pair of matching bottoms at most other brands.
Their new styles, such as this one featured, as well as some even more recent ones released this week are giving us more cheeky bottoms… which to be very honest is what I’m all about. I hate 100 different tan lines on my butt, so the cheekier the better haha. But if you’d prefer more coverage they definitely have those options too.
This triangle bikini top is by far my fave fit of all the triangl styles, it’s comfy, fits my bust shape, doesn’t slip down as the bandeau sometimes does, and doesn’t give terribly awkward tan lines.
Here I’m wearing a size small in the top and medium in the bottoms because I can’t stand muffin top. So if you’ve ever been interested in a neoprene bikini I’d say Triangl is your go to. My only complaint is that if it’s a particularly hot day the neoprene on your butt isn’t very breathable as much as normal nylon swimmers. Not the end of the world though. Life goes on.
One of my easiest, most relaxed looks to date; jeans and a cami with flats. If you swap out your jersey tee with a woven cami it can easily and instantly transform a very, very casual outfit to something still casual but a bit more sexy and can take you into the night… add heels if you want even more attention!
I was fortunate enough to spend the long weekend in Baja Mar in Mexico which is just under a couple hours drive down from San Diego. A few friends of mine went down for a very fantastic Mexican/ Norwegian wedding fiesta and one of my good friends who I was travelling with happened to be their wedding photographer so I volunteered as tribute to be his location scout buddy (lol). Here are some of the results.
Somedays you want to be oversized everything. It’s a mood thing. I didn’t want this look to be too heavy so I matched my oversized men’s style shirt with a sheer chiffon palazzo pant. All topped off this a pair of oversized sunnies, of course!
Behold the rise of the jumpsuit! If you don’t already know there’s a different with a playsuit and a jumpsuit.
Playsuit – has shorts
Jumpsuit – has pants
Jumpsuits are undeniably a lot harder to pull off. I have a lot of issues with jumpsuits because of my short ass legs, the pants are always too long! But here comes the new wave of midi length jumpsuits – Yay for short people! These ones are from The Fifth. And if you’re fast enough you can get an exclusive discount code when you purchase this month’s Cleo Mag!