I hope you're all having a wonderful weekend. Through the spots of wonderful weather it has felt so good to wear Spring and Summer pieces. I've found lots of pieces that will help transition through to Spring and Summer. There's is nothing I am loving more than a midi skirt and dress at the moment. The satin skirts below are so amazing to dress up for Friday night or dress down with a grunge style tee for a Sunday. The black dress below would be incredible to layer with a button down shirt, particularly with a statement sleeve.
I recently took a short trip to one of my favourite holiday places and had far too much fun wearing some seasonal must haves. I can't stop choosing linen blend pieces at the moment. I love the minimal Summer vintage vibe, not to mention the capped sleeves and brown buttons. Styling this dress seems ever so natural with this Lack of Color hat. I've paired this dress with a pop of colour, mustard fabric wrapped earrings. I have never been a massive fan of sandals, the gingham pair below are what I like to call my version of sandals. The gingham fabric and gold hardware makes them a little more glamorous and can be paired with a variety of Summer looks. Shop the look at the bottom of this post.
Happy Spring everyone!
It is finally Spring. There is no denying it that this seasons' dresses are a whole lot of girly. Get ready for frills, florals, layers and capped sleeves. Cue the Devil Wears Prada quote. I know I usually avoid looking super girly by pairing outfits with grungy belts and boots, not to mention leather or denim jackets. Whether your going to create that contrast or just look insanely cute, you need some pieces to begin with. Just a little secret though: I think looking girly might actually be allowed this Spring (I don't know whether I'm ready to take that leap haha).
It's Afterpay sale time. I have a wrap up below of the different sales and their codes.
I hope you all are having an amazing weekend. Some weeks I order pieces and end up hating the quality, size or style. This week was not one of those weeks. All of these pieces ended up being instant favourites. Firstly, I debated buying a Lack of Colour hat due to the price, but I was completely worth it. The quality is amazing!
Happy Monday. You would think that all of the mid year sales would be over. However, Dissh is sharing their warehouse sale online and it is the biggest sale I have seen from them in a long time. Sales can feel a bit like a kid in a candy shop. It's so important though to not just choose fast fashion pieces and opt for styles you know you're going to love for a while. My favourite pieces are the copper dress above, blue satin jacket and the long-line fur coat. They're versatile, easy to style pieces.
I hope you are all having an amazing week. Splendour is just days away already. For those of you who don't live in Australia, Splendour is a music festival held in Byron Bay. It is obviously an excuse for amazing festival fashion. This side of the festival has really grown over the past five years and is covered each year by Vogue Australia. I am incredibly jealous of everyone who will be there. In an attempt to deal with the fomo and give you guys a little inspo I have put together a festival inspo outfit. All the outfit details are at the bottom of this post.
Coat: Glassons (Sold out) - Similar Showpo $89.95, Dress: Dissh $79.99, Belt: Princess Polly $40.00, Boots: Billini $50.00.
Hoodie Dress: Tobi $49.00
I hope everyone has had an incredible weekend. On the weekend, let's be honest all we really want most of the time is jeans and a nice top. It makes comfy and cute happen, all tied up in a neat little bow. I found out recently PrettyLittleThing actually has a section on their site actually dedicated to this. You can check it out here.
Bodysuits always make outfits so much easier. You don't need to worry about awkward seams or heights, everything just falls together beautifully. For some contrast I have paired it with some light blue ripped jeans. I am obsessed with the tie sides of these jeans. So cute! The great part about pairing a bodysuit like this with a pair of high waisted jeans is, you can eat as much as you want for brunch or a girls lunch and it will cover it perfectly. Not to mention both pieces are so easy to wear on repeat. For a change in texture I've paired these pieces with a faux velvet belt with pearl detailing.
Shop the look at the bottom of this post. If you're more of a white shirt and jeans kind of a girl, this bodysuit also comes in white.
I hope you are all staying warm and having an amazing week. Now that it is starting to cool down I am so glad I can finally start wearing jeans and one shouldered pieces, especially since they are super comfy. This top makes a simple statement piece and are easily paired with high waisted jeans. The colour and one shouldered look create effortless style and easy to wear chic. The ribbed texture of this top as well means it is easy to dress up for a night out or dress down for a Sunday sesh. I paired this top with these jeans to coordinate the red and make the outfit flow nicely. I am loving the raw edge hem on these jeans. It's the little details that really make a look. They are only slightly cropped so you don't need to worry about freezing in Winter. If you prefer a much more monochrome look, both pieces also come in black. Shop this look and the alternative colours at the bottom of this post.