Jumping on the suede fringe train with my wide leg culottes – all sorts of trends going on in here. I mixed up the textures a little bit with the fur trimmed heels & kept it all fairly monochrome with just the black and maroon tones (hair inclusive).
Hope you all have the best week! May the 4th be with you
Pretending to be on the Greek islands while looking out over Palm Beach. One can only dream. Not complaining though, Sydney’s a bit of a dream boat as you don’t have to drive very far to feel like you’re in a whole other city.
This Free People dress was perfect for feeling ultra femme and capturing that high(ish) altitude sea breeze. I’d paired it back with my Lack of Color hat to be sun safe and because ivory on ivory is sweetest in the summertime.
Matching back these floral flares from Somedays lovin’ with anything but this highly offensive/ borderline too rude for public shirt would be a stretch for me. The pants are so sweet, boho and fun-loving that I really had to bring it’s energy right down and say “NO, you are too happy, let’s bring it down a notch” with Johnny Cash as he is what I’d like to call the original emo.
How would you style these pants? I need pointers! haha
One of the great thing about living in the city is all the little places you find in and around the bays such as this destination, Parsley Bay. The beautiful overhead bridge is a great yacht lookout, Sydney harbour lookout and it’s super rad when you bring your inflatable boats, lilos and blow up whales out here. A pool party on the ocean!
In this look I’m wearing the fantastic double ring one piece bikini with cute little laser cut flowers on the neckline from Sunseeker, hat from Sportsgirl and bag from Mary & Marie.
One day Wes and I were checking out a new shopping centre in the city which was a little underwhelming, but there was a Max Brenner so it made up for that. On the top level there was also a really cool and temporarily empty space made for art exhibitions which we took full advantage of. I don’t usually shoot indoors but we were trapped as it was raining outside, forcing me out of my comfort zone. Happy accident.
I was wearing this awesome playsuit from Someday’s Lovin and old Kimono I got from General Pants, shoes from Aldo in the states and hat from Sportsgirl.
If you follow the blog you’ll probably notice I have a small/ medium sized/ large infatuation with daisies (Mod Rock, Cat Attack, Lazy Daisy & Let it Rain). I wouldn’t even say it’s my favourite flower, I just like them on clothes. But is that really a bad thing?
Wearing Oasis Daisy Dress by Atmos&Here, Celine knock offs from Siren shoes, sunnies & bag from MINKPINK (bag was a sample sale one off), hat from Sportsgirl.
By far my favourite park in Sydney is the Botanic gardens, it’s a little NYC Central park in a busy little city of Sydney. I could spend all day here as there’s the gorgeous views of the harbour, a little cafe, a huge glass triangle which is a little reminiscent of the Louvre but it’s a greenhouse inside – which also reminds me of Jurassic park where they kept the dino birds (which seriously freaked me out when I was 7 years old…), palm trees (my fave) and a whole section dedicated to ferns?! random. But, I’m into it.
Today wearing Atmos&here dress I designed for The Iconic, Brandy Melville knit sweater, Sportsgirl hat, Zara sunnies & Dolce Vita booties from Urban Outfitters.
A new trend for summer I’m seeing is this plunging neckline, a stark contrast to the last romper I wore in Somedays Somewhere. I’m hoping I have found myself in the ‘elegant’ list and not the trashy list as this neckline has that opportunity to do so if your knockers are out of control. I particularly love how they complimented the sleeve with the playsuit style… ooh la la…
Buckets of Rain playsuit by Finder’s Keepers available from The Iconic, hat from Sportsgirl and leather boots from ZU Shoes.