There is no doubt that Melbourne is having its ‘four seasons in one day’, hot one day and cool the next spell, so tran-seasonal dressing is key for this time of year.
Playing OOTD Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) catch ups as I finally put together the two looks I wore making use of the amazing collection and style from Witchery this season.
In the chaos that was Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) fellow blogger Jess and I were lucky enough to book a room at the Adelphi Hotel
Having recently attended the launch of Olga Berg’s Spring Racing Collection, I decided to get ‘suited up’ in a more relaxed version of a two piece blazer and trousers.
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I am excited to announce this competition thanks to Moccona. You have the chance to win this amazing gift box of products I have selected to compliment and treat yourself with a cup of Moccona coffee.
This time of year is perfect to pull out some outerwear and a denim jacket is the perfect piece you need to add to your wardrobe.
If you in a bit of a black-on-black-on-black streak its time to change things up a bit, not with colour, but playing with black textures.
When you’re a blogger, you also become a part time stylist, a creative director, a writer, a photographer and sometimes a ‘try hard’ model.
I recently attended breakfast at Highpoint – Electrics Fields event to mark the Level One casual dining precinct opening.
Knowing how to pack light and make efficient use of your outfit from day to night is a skill that takes time and lots of planning.
I was lucky enough to fly up to Sydney to attend and celebrate the launch of the global Clinique #Faceforward initiative featuring Australia’s own creative director, stylist, photographer and flat lay extraordinaire, Margaret Zhang.