Although my style is typically pretty relaxed and predominantly black, I’m a sucker for feminine silhouettes and that elegant feeling you get when wearing them.
Saints and Secrets jumpsuit Givenchy Clutch Nasty Gal shoes With the simplicity of throwing on a dress yet the comfort of being able to do a cartwheel without showing underwear (I may have tried this once or twice….), jumpsuits are quickly becoming staples in my wardrobe. From full length, shorts, to long sleeved, jumpsuits really […]
I’ve recently discovered Kaylene Milner, a brand after my own heart.
Kaylene’s inspirations behind her brand are ‘the likes of Proenza Schouler and Givenchy fused with a tomboy and laid back aesthetic’, is that not every girls dream combination?
The third & final festival inspired look for To The Max is all about getting sporty… Well, looking sporty.
For our second festival look, I chose to keep it super casual, letting the bold colours in the tee do most of the work, finishing the look with matching bracelets & neutral accessories.
If you follow me on instagram, you would know that I’ve joined forced with the girls at To The Max for tonights post.
I’m super excited to be able to share with you, our 3 part series on how to dress for festivals! Being in the midst of festival season in Australia, we thought we’d help you out with what to wear to your next gig!
I’ve always been a fan of tying a shirt around my waist or hips to give an outfit that extra something, the effortlessly cool feel. Imonni have taken it to the next level by adding sleeves to the front of this skirt… Hows that for cool and effortless?
Winner winner chicken dinner! The sports luxe trend is another trend I’m hoping will stick around for the long haul, not only does it suit my personal style perfectly but it ‘s generally super comfortable (who could complain about being on trend and comfortable?!).
It’s all about the distressed boyfriends at the moment. Actually it’s been all about the distressed boyfriends for quite a while now… But hey, who’s complaining?
Melbourne has just been hit with the second heatwave for the summer, when the heat rises above 40°C it calls for minimal clothing which, for most Aussie girls means denim shorts.