19 February 2015

Cleanse


I am having a wardrobe cleanse!  It may or may not be in order to fund my impending holidays...

Everything from Zara to H&M to Isabel Marant and even Christian Louboutin.  Have a look here.

Please note that I ship internationally.

10 February 2015

Bit cold

Shoes: Anniel Anouk

I'm in Norway! 

I stopped by Oslo and hung out with a lot of people from Perth and new Insta-friends.  Oslo was heaps of fun and so, so pretty.

We are now in Tromsø chasing the Northern Lights and dog sledding.  It's absolutely beautiful here!

Did you know:
- one month of the year Norwegians don't get taxed and are paid more money by the government.  Sort of like a "hooray, it's summer".
- Norwegians like to use people's full names, not nicknames.
- they eat bacon with fish.
- cross-country skiing is a well utilised mode of transport.
 - at the height of summer there are 23 hours of daylight.

06 February 2015

Oh, Stan

We need to talk about Stan Smiths.

I was recently in Paris and everyone was wearing them.  I mean, everyone.  How is it that beautiful French women can make anything look cool, even shoes that my husband wore 10 years ago?

They are all I can think about.  And I want to wear them with everything.  I tried them on the other day and they are so comfortable.  
I think I need them in my life... Right...?  
You can never have enough white sneakers... Right...?

04 February 2015

Change

 
Tee: Zara (old) | Trousers: Sandro | Coat: Space Couture via Yoox | Sneakers: Sandro | Clutch: Antik Batik

I can't say I love London fashion.  It's loud and showy and rather obnoxious.  But I do love that people here don't give a crap what anyone thinks.  I've seen a lady completely decked out in bright orange, girls with the most ridiculous platform shoes, guys with the most ridiculous platform shoes and a full velvet suit.  No one even bats an eyelid.

It's been one of the best things about moving to London.  You don't feel like you have to be on top of your fashion game and you definitely won't stand out in a crowd, no matter how much orange you wear.  No one cares.  

I have noticed myself wanting to be less showy and much more practical and simple with my wardrobe choices.  I've become obsessed with the classics - blue skinny jeans, white sneakers, the perfect t-shirt, black pumps, a crisp white shirt.  Of course it's fun to splash out on a bright pink floral lace skirt or a fluffy leopard print jumper once in a while, but I'd like to think that my style has evolved past being trendy to something a bit more sophisticated.