Having a Josh Goot piece in your wardrobe is the ultimate! He is high-end designer royalty here in the land of Oz and on the top of every fashionistas Christmas wish list. I was lucky enough to play dress-ups in this Goot ensemble, which is oh-so-me being ‘matchy matchy’ and having a tshirt sleeve is a must in my style books! For winter, my must have piece is a bomber puffer vest. Whether it is this amazing Josh Goot from JASU or one from a high-street chain, a bomber will give your look an instant sports-luxe chic appeal and keep you cosy and warm at the same time!
SHOP THIS LOOK NOW: Bomber Vest, Pencil Skirt and Tee all Josh Goot from JASU, Shoes: BOSS Orange
A week or so ago, I received a package from my friends at Glassons and when I opened it, I let out an ‘OMG!’ to myself. It was my very own custom WWKD Tshirt! I love how they added a little bit of personality to it with the lips and palm tree details, I am very spoilt. There is nothing I love better than a t-shirt, shorts and comfy shoes to get around in during my casual days running around doing ‘stuff’.
I am soaking up the sun and making the most of what warm sunshine we have left in Melbourne. I am very excited to start piling on the layers and rocking my Carven cobalt blue coat you would have seen I wore in Paris, but for now, this sunshine is the perfect stress remedy. Not that I am super stressed, just busy I suppose and its always a times ten kind of busy when you are a mumma! Next week I get to reveal to you a few special projects I am working on and have been involved in so be sure to check back after your well deserved weekend to see what I have been up to.
For now, I am looking forward to my second Mother’s Day as a mother!
The 90′s, love it or lump it, the revival is here and so are dungarees. For those of you like me who remember them as plain ol’ overalls that you use to doodle flowers on them with your puff fabric paint and cool smiley face badges pinned all over them, they might not exactly be your cup of tea in 2013. I love a challenge, especially a fashion challenge and I just had to get myself a pair and see if I could pull it off. East 17 would be loving me sick right now, all I needed were my doc martins and a snap back to be apart of a 90′s tribute boy band. I think I did all right, what do you think?
I might be back in sunny Melbourne but my Paris coverage is not over. Seeing the Eiffel Tower for the third time felt just as special as it did the first. Coming back to Paris as a fashion blogger gave me a great opportunity to do my outfit posts with the most movie like backdrop in the world, just to step it up a notch.
This is one of my fav outfits I wore during my five days, my matching Shakuhachi cape and skirt in tartan give me great confidence, I am not sure why but I felt so Paris-chic but with a punk edge. As I am loving the matchy/clashy trend I added these tartan stockings in for some dimension.
Cape and Skirt: Shakuhachi, Stockings: Topshop, Boots: Acne, Bag: Celine (borrowed from my sister in law) Rings: DuePunti