It’s the last week of summer here in Sydney, sad news for me as I’m a huge water baby. I’m addicted to the salt water of the ocean, and as annoying as sand is in my hair, in the car, in my bikini, in my beach bag and eyeballs is, I keep going back. In efforts to adapt to the cooler climate I’m slowly transitioning my mind into warmer clothes, like wearing a skivvy crop top with a jersey midi skirt. Baby steps.
In this look I am wearing I Like Wolves Crop top (I styled a similar one here), Elliatt midi skirt, Spurr Lucy heels and Zu clutch.
Photography by Wes Tan
Black, white and glitter jelly. This outfit is all things street, fun and 90s. Crop tops are pretty much a staple these days, of course there are those girls who’ll never go there, but I’m into them. Same goes for high waist jeans. Yes, I know it’s a bitch to have a nice burger and fries for lunch but these jeans are great because they’re sooo stretchy… maybe just carry a jumper after to hide the food baby.
High waist jeans are great because they give the illusion of longer legs, although this check print with my curvy legs is probably not proving my point. I’ve teamed this bad ass look of my I Like Wolves high rise jeans and MINKPINK crop top with my Windsor Smith glitter jellys, Atmos&here duffle bag & Sunnies from Zara.
What do you think of the look?
Photographs by Ryan Leaney
I always find it hard to wear skivvies in Australia – it’s not particularly a normal look as it’s never that cold, so how am I to incorporate this trend without looking like a toddler? I’ve gone and mixed it with camo prints, army greens, leather & studs. This look today is made up of my MINKPINK ‘Anarchy’ high neck tartan print crop top from Surfstitch, leather look Romwe skirt, vintage belt, studded sleeveless anorak inspired vest I designed with hints of camo print, beanie by Agent Ninetynine from General Pants, leather boots from Wittner and studded bag by 1&20 Blackbirds from The Iconic.
Photography by Jocelyn Nguyen