I chose the name “The Professional Cinderella” for this blog because it pretty much sums up my weekly wardrobe. From Monday-Saturday, I’m a ballet teacher who lives in Lycra tights and t-shirts, my make-up safely stashed in my bathroom and my hair in a practical ponytail, but Sunday’s are the one day a week where…
Out of all the items in my wardrobe, nothing gives me as much mileage as a white linen dress. If a little black dress is a night-time wardrobe staple, then white linen dresses are definitely their day-time counterparts.
One of my favourite thing about fashion is playing with colours. I can always visualise what I want an outfit to look like in my mind’s eye, and there is nothing more gratifying than when it looks exactly how I thought it would.
I am so in love with yellow clothes at the moment. There are just so many fantastic pieces out this season in every shade from buttermilk to marigold, and I think it would impossible to be miserable whilst wearing them.
A few weeks ago, Jarrad and I went and saw “The Book of Mormon”, and as the weather is noticeably cooling down, and I ALWAYS freeze when I’m sitting at the movies or in the theatre, I wanted to wear something that covered my legs. Jeans are too casual for a show, and I love…
Hi everyone! Jarrad and I had a date night a few weeks ago, and I haven’t had time to get this outfit up until now.
I LOVE stripes, they are so versatile, effortlessly cool and fresh looking. If there’s a pattern I’d break my floral-wearing for, its stripes.
Going out can be so expensive. I go to the ballet on a regular basis, and by the time you’ve bought your tickets, a parking voucher, dinner beforehand and a program, you’ve forked out more than some people pay for rent in a week. Likewise with weddings or parties. Sometimes travel costs are involved, a…
If you had told me six months ago that I would be obsessed with tropical print, I would have laughed you all the way into 2020. It’s something I have always associated with middle-aged men, and loud garish colours on a button up shirts, so definitely a hard no from me.
It’s funny, for years I completely shied away from patterns and prints and only had block colours in my wardrobe. I think I thought them inelegant and difficult to style, but lately I’ve done a complete 180.