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.
You all know how I feel about colour when it comes to my clothes. The past year I’ve found myself exploring it further and have developed a bit of a penchant for patterns.
Hello everyone! I hope you’ve all had a good weekend and an even better start to your week. I thought I’d give you today’s post to brighten your Monday, as it’s chock-full of colour.
We are all guilty of looking through our wardrobes and thinking, “I have nothing to wear”. I’m trying to do that as little as possible this year (one of many resolutions) and am instead trying to find ways to recycle my favourites. It’s a hard thing to do when you are going through a bit…
I really have a thing for lemon print on fabric. It’s cute, fresh and generally reminds me of photos I have seen of Italy. Lemons seem to go hand-in-hand with beautifully tiled walls and the postcard-perfect rainbow towns that run along the Amalfi Coast.
I really believe that an outfit is made by the little details. If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you’ll realise that as well as my love of jewellery, I’ve got a soft spot for eccentric accessories that make my outfits all my own.
The countdown to Christmas has officially begun. I’ve been using carols in my ballet classes, tinsel and adorned trees are popping up at every shopping centre and living room across the country, and that little sparkle that Christmas seems to bring to everything is potent in the air.
Hello everyone! I hope you’re all having a good week. It’s getting so close to Christmas now, and along with that tangible excitement comes the party season. I thought this outfit was Christmas party appropriate, and I decided to share it with you for a little bit of inspiration.
My sweet tooth knows no bounds. It’s been that way since I was a child, and shows no signs of waning. Anyone who knows me will testify that ice-cream is a dietary staple for me (as are butterscotch lollies, macarons, brownies, cupcakes, doughnuts, peanut MnM’s… I’m getting hungry just thinking about it) and I think…
I remember poking through fabric shops in Melbourne when I was about 11 with my mother, searching for material to decorate my tutus with. Baby Heidi had only one pre-requisites for the fabric: it had to sparkle.