Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Beach Side

Hope you guys all had a wonderful new year and all the best for 2014!! Today I went down to the beach to celebrate the new year, what did you get up to? I'm wearing a top from General Pants, skirt from Supre, watch from Valleygirl and Havaianas thongs. Catchya later.

Friday, 27 December 2013

Eye See You

Hola! Wow I always look super grumpy in all these pictures, I swear I'm not I just never look my best in photos. Probably not the best thing for a fashion blogger but oh well.. just focus on the outfit. Today I'm wearing a BBAM top from the range designed by Bambi Northwood Blyth (a model). you can get her range from General Pants and Co (Yay for sales!!!). My shorts are Brandy Melville, Shoes are Windsor Smith, watch is from Valleygirl and my bag is from the Yoko One exhibition at the MCA as mentioned in my last post. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and got everything you wanted!

Sunday, 22 December 2013

Black and Gold

Today was spent exploring the MCA's new exhibit on Yoko Ono, an artist and peace activist married to John Lennon. Some of the pictures above are of the interesting and thought provoking artworks seen in the exhibition. It was a great experience and I would highly recommend it to anyone around Sydney this month. Because of the sweltering heat in Sydney I am striving to wear as little as possible while still remaining fully clothed. Hear I'm wearing a black top from Cotton On, Black skirt from Valleygirl, Shoes from Dotti, Bag from Petalily Boutique and Necklace from Diva. I hope you like it.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

White Out

Wearing a white skort from the markets, white knit jumper from Factorie, white singlet from Cotton On, Shoes of ebay, Socks from Cotton On, Watch from Valleygirl, Clutch from Petalily Boutique.
On Monday I wore all black on Tuesday it seemed to make sense to wear all white. Before I put on my white trainer style shoes I was wearing a pair of platform jellies which rubbed like hell and I now am walking with a limp. Lesson: Always choose the comfy pair of shoes above the attractive but painful pair. In other news I got a haircut! Whaddya guys think? If you guys have any post suggestions just let me know, it would be great to hear from you.

Sunday, 15 December 2013


Hey everyone long time no post, we are undergoing renovations on the house plus I took a little Holiday to Melbourne which has meant either lack of wifi or lack of computer to post on. But I'm back now and I'll do a proper outfit post sometime in the next couple of days, for now here is a brief guide to my time in Melbourne and some recommendations for anyone who's planning on heading of there soon. 
1) Pack for every weather- I was not aware of this crucial first step when I was packing for Melbourne so on my first day I was greeted with gale force winds and rain and I was equipped with my shorts and tshirts. Melbourne is known for its four seasons in a day so while you're there you could get everything. I would recommend a mixture of jeans and jumpers but throw in a pair of shorts or skirts while your at it. Be prepared for anything.
2) Pack Light- Melbourne has incredible shopping and so trust me you will end up buying something, don't fill your suitcase up chocker block with shoes instead wait until you get there you are bound to find something you like amongst the endless shopping opportunities available.
3) Don't be afraid to get lost- every pathway in Melbourne will lead you somewhere, whether its a interesting museum, markets whatever you don't want to restrict yourself by following a set schedule.

Things to do:
1) Chapel Street- Chapel Street has some amazing and incredible shops. Depending on which end you get. One end is extremely high market, which Sass and Bide, Gorman, Mimco, Shakuhachi etc. The other end is slightly more down market but it still has a couple of nice shops such as American Apparel. You will find tonnes of treasure on Chapel Street, it is a definite must visit destination
2) Bourke Street- yes more shopping!!! Bourke Streets has shops like General Pants, Sportsgirl, Portmans and best of all Acne. You'll want to save up some money before heading down to Melbourne.
3) Laneways- the laneways are some of the most authentic and least touristy areas of Melbourne, tucked away in back streets and alleys you might just stumble upon them by accident but they have cute little shops and cafes, great photo opportunites
4) ACMI/NGV/Ian Potter Centre- yes you may want to participate in some nice cultural education. The ACMI (Australian Centre of the Moving Image) has exibitions on screen and movies plus a special exhibition that varies, while I was there it was one about music videos, in the times I've gone before it has had stuff on Tim Burton and Disney. NGV and Ian Potter are art galleries they often have some interesting stuff to look at.
5) Just explore you'll find plenty of things to do and place to go to 

 Hope this helps for those travellers amongst you