Happy Sunday Everyone! Here are a few shots from the weekend – which was largely spent watching movies in the afternoon and visiting new restaurants/cafes in the evenings. I hope everyone had a beautiful and relaxing weekend. This week is going to be one of the busiest yet so I will be sure to post as much as I can about everything I am up to!
I found this vintage Burberry Coat recently in a second hand shop down the road from my place. It was kind of one of those moments where the minute I spotted it, I just knew I had to own it. It is super oversized, which I love and although it is in almost perfect condition, it still has this really vintage, pre-loved vibe about it. I pretty much intend to wear it everywhere, with everything, always & all days. I popped a few links of similar, brand new ones below but if you are wanting to purchase a vintage one, there is such an amazing selection on eBay (here) and priced so reasonably!
Yesterday we arrived at the beautiful Lindenderry by Lancemore in Red Hill, Mornington Peninsula. After settling in, we spent the afternoon exploring the Estate and shooting in all the different corners of this beautiful location. We dined at the The Dining Room in the evening and were treated to a beautiful three course meal with matched wines – the perfect end to the day.
In collaboration with MELBOURNE CENTRAL, I created a denim edit of all the colours, styles and patterns I currently love this season.
In continuation with my recent desire to create a more colourful wardrobe, I played around with different denim washes, and particularly got right around denim in blush pink/peachy tones (perfect for spring!). I love these tones paired back with either a white tee and blue denim, or complimentary colours with clashing patterns such as stripes or spots.
Having always loved to take photos, be in photos or even just be around when photos are happening, it was no surprise that I found myself taking photos (albeit primarily of myself) for a living, what was a surprise though is that between all the content production, collaborations, photoshoots and I guess really what should actually be referred to as ‘work’ (although it never really feels that way), I sometimes forget to take photos – just for the sake of taking photos! You know, the kind of shots you take purely for memories or just because. So with a sudden urge to get back into taking photos just because – I thought I’d bring around a disposable camera with me for a week to encourage me to take more photos just for fun! Plus, a disposable camera felt so very fitting as when I was a kid I could barely get enough of them. I would quite literally bring a disposable camera to school/camp/any-somewhat-social-activity-happening-in-the-life-of-a-10-year-old and the spend the following week begging my mum to go get it developed ASAP. Ironically, a lot of the photos I took were of myself all dressed up in different outfits I had put together using clothes from my mums wardrobe or clothes that I had made – but that is a story for another day. So anyways, here you have it – my week from the eyes of a disposable camera. The quality is kind of questionable, compared to the usual DSLR and I chose not to edit or process any of the photos, which again I thought was a nice change from my more curated content.
I recently styled a couple of weekend outfits, featuring items available from GLUE STORE. I have been a huge fan of GLUE STOREfor as long as I can remember, they are sort of just my go-to for all things denim and cool. With a wide variety of brands in varying price ranges, they really do have something for every occasion and everyone. I played around with an all-black, polka-dot look for my first outfit and added some double strap black heels for a point of difference (and to mix-up always wearing boots/sneakers). With my second outfit, I couldn’t go past these mid-blue denim LEVIS, slightly dressed up with a lace khaki camisole. polka dot top / black jeans / lace camisole / levis denim
I have always had a real thing for black ankle boots, particularly the pointed toe, slightly heeled, 100% genuine leather kind. I tend to wear them literally all year round. Whether this is because I am just not really a sandal/thong-kind-of-gal, or rather that I actually enjoy having uncomfortably hot feet in summer – either way, you’d have a hard time finding a day of the week I’m not in boots. I think I just love what black boots do to an outfit. It doesn’t really matter what you’re wearing; a black boot will always give the look a slightly more edgy, masculine feel, which has always been a big element of my personal style. Especially on days where I feel like wearing a more girly dress, or ruffled details – black boots will dress down the look to make it a bit cooler and more me.
GOOD EVENING EVERYONE! As a long-term lover of GRANA, this month I wanted to share with you how I am styling their amazing new GRANA MOVE collection.Although not one to usually be found at the gym, I am definitely partial to a long power walk, especially if there is an iced-latte and my best friend involved. As my exercise isn’t really what one would called ‘strenuous’, I like to make sure I’m feeling alarmingly fashionable even when working out. This is easily achieved with GRANA’snew MOVE collection. With a huge variety of cuts and colours on offer, they really do have something for everyone. I particularly love this red wine legging paired with the lighter lilac top. I also played around with a couple of different cardigan colours below to show you how versatile the colours really are!
GOOD EVENING EVERYONE! As a long-term lover of GRANA this month I wanted to share with you my favourite two items from their amazing 100% silk range. I couldn’t go past this ridiculously chic, monochromatic silk bomber jacket. Apart from being a super on trend piece, it is also really versatile and can be worn with so many different looks. I also totally fell in love with this silky red slip dress. I’ve been wearing it over tees, over jeans and under chunky jumpers, with sneakers, heels and ankle boots!
With Christmas right around the corner, getting all my Christmas presents sorted for my closest friends and family is my number one priority. For all the lovely ladies in my life, who are far too fabulous to receive anything but an absolutely amazing gift, I always opt to give them a beautiful bunch of fresh flowers. Having always loved fresh flowers for as long as I can remember, I truly believe there is nothing more special and personalised than receiving a beautiful bouquet of florals. Aside from brightening up your day, they add a certain warmth and air of happiness to any room. This year I will be purchasing said flowers from the beautiful team atInterflora Australia. Apart from offering a wide range of stunning Christmas-inspired collections, their quality, same-day delivery and customer service is like no other.