Oh hey there belly button, I am sorry you had to see that, lets just say I don’t usually get around with my midriff showing in winter but I just had to do it for the sake of wearing this amazing flouro green sequin number. You should probably be thanking me for test running it for you and also thank me for never showing my tum tum and belly button ring scar again, well, at least you didn’t see it whist I was pregnant, gah! OK enough about my midriff already!
I am on the hunt for some more ripped jeans, these Glassons ones are the perfect light wash colour but I also want some skinny dark denim ones, have you seen any you could recommend? Ripped jeans are the new Bettina Liano rodeo jeans of the early 2000′s and I think we will see them stick around for a little while to come. Oh, also the two toned patch denim jeans, I am defiantly on the hunt for a pair of those too!
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Oh hey friends! Sorry for the lack of posts, I have been busy partying (OK, just on Saturday night) and just busy in general but now I am back into it! It was so much fun but so scary at the same time shooting this look. Other bloggers would know what I mean, that when you do a photoshoot you usually do it around the comfort of your home, street or backyard but venturing out of your comfort zone can be a little… well… embarrassing? This shoot took place outside one of my favourite cafe’s, Grapeseed and it was so funny to see people look at me like “Who the heck is she?” must have been the sunglasses? The photographer? Anywho, I thought it was an awesome location with the yellow signage, an awesome mix of textures and the caught in the moment street style, definitely one of my favs for the year.
a lazy Sunday arvo and I thought this quirky casual look would be perfect to share with you. I snapped up this oh-so-fake Jeremy Scott Bart jumper from one of my fav little Asian stores at Westfield Southland when I was blogging for the Dolly Model Competition. I love a good jumper and I thought this one would be a bit of fun, I just toned it down with all black and gave a hint of sports chic with my snapback! Oh, Sunday, how I love thee.
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
Melbourne fashion is best described as a sea of black, white and grey. As you would know, I love playing with colour and prints but the Melbourne girl in me will always come back to the uniform of my home. ASOS asked me to style myself in an outfit that defines Victorian style as part of their State of Fashion Campaign. The above look is what I came up with, a monochrome/sports luxe/eclectically-classic look!
By uploading your ‘State’ of Fashion look on the ASOS Australian website (HERE) you could win a $1000 ASOS wardrobe, get your friends to vote for you!
Jacket: Zara (similar here) Top: Zara, Shorts: White Suede Stockings: Ambra, Shoes: Hugo Boss (similar here) Necklace: Chanel