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.
Summer is starting to permeate the air, and I am absolutely thrilled to be getting back to wearing the types of clothes I love best.
Saturday marked the first day of Spring for us in Australia, and I couldn’t be happier. It seems that everywhere I go, clothes are popping up in a beautiful shade of lilac, which couldn’t be more perfect for the season. Instead of the millennial pinks of 2017, the trend has shifted slightly to petal pinks…
I love any excuse to dress up, almost as much as I love to tick items off my bucket list. It just so happened that the two occurred simultaneously a few weeks ago when my friend James invited me to a Polo match.
There are a lot of trends that hold court in my wardrobe, but I have to admit to being partial to white lace. I love the delicacy it brings to any garment, and more often than not it also lends a by-gone era vibe.
I don’t know about you guys, but my life seems to get busier and busier as the days tick by. I remember when I was a teenager, and thinking that I had so much on my plate… little did I know.
I like every piece of clothing I buy (duh), but at the moment, I have about six summer dresses that I keep looking at and thinking, “that is my absolute FAVOURITE!” I’m going to introduce you to all of them over the next few weeks, but they all follow the same formula: colourful, floral and…
So you probably read the title of this blog post and thought, “what is that?” You wouldn’t be alone, but Millennial Pink is actually all around you, and some are even calling it the colour that defines our generation.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- I’ve never been a Little Black Dress (LBD) kind of gal. I like colour, sparkle and embellishment, and they always seemed like the boring option to me.
Who else has trouble relaxing at home in the clothes that they go out in? It can’t only be me. Jeans are too stiff, if I’ve ironed it to go out in then I’m definitely not comfortable flopping on the couch or cooking a meal in it, sometimes the waist is too tight, or the…