Autumn Blooms


Its easy to fall into the colder month closet blues but when I got my hands on this spring bag from the ’15 Americana collection, I knew I had to incorporate it into my wardrobe despite the floral and lighter hues. I love how the pink, grey and black work together in the print so I decided to stick with that colour scheme in today’s outfit! I find transeasonal looks to be quite difficult but the key is to layer and repeat! This is another one of those instances where I took a tulle dress and wore it as a skirt but ballet motifs will always be a weakness of mine so I’ve given up trying to fight it!

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Sportsgirl Floppy Felt Hat (similar here) / Lil Must Clothing Cropped Tee / Bardot Blazer (similar here) /  Topshop Tulle Strappy Midi Dress (similar here) / Coach Crosby Mini Carry All / Zu Pony Slip Ons (similar here)

Photographs by Adela from Styliminal

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Entertainment By The Sea


The Way We Were // Entertainment by the Sea // Like a transplanted English seaside resort, Coogee Beach attracted large crowds of day-trippers pouring in by tram to enjoy a variety of entertainments, the stone wall promenade, separate swimming baths for men and women and netted enclosure for beach swimming.

I don’t think I’ll ever get enough of the beach even when its not the summertime. In some respects, the cloudier skies and stronger winds makes for an ever better Bondi to Coogee walk or in my case Coogee to Bondi crawl. We took our time on a fine Sunday, grabbing acai bowls from The Courtyard first for some pre strolling fuel before setting off at about 12 pm and making sure to stop and rest at all the beaches in between: Clovelly, Bronte and Tamarama. There are about 7000 beaches in Australia alone but for anyone visiting, this 6km walk will let you see five.

When I was in Santa Monica, California a few years back, I bought the cutest little trinkets from the boardwalk; little thong key rings filled with Cali sand. When I first heard about Little Pieces Of, I fell in love with the similarly designed concept too; pea sized glass bubbles filled with sand from your favourite beaches! You can even send your own collected sand to the amazingly multi talented artist: Katie Shriner and she’ll custom make you a necklace. It’s the perfect summertime momento – I know of a bride who had the sand she stood on for her wedding ceremony turned into a necklace too – how precious is that? Go have a stalk of the Online store, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. 




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