If ever there was a time to fill your wardrobe with bright, fun and happy clothes, 2020 would be it. Country Road’s latest collection, full of pieces with fun elements (key-hole backs, baby doll dresses) in a colour palette that spans soft peaches to vibrant watermelon really caught my eye for this reason.
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…
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.
I’ve had this skirt in my wardrobe for a while. I bought it on impulse because.. well really, how could I not? It’s so swishy and floaty and PINK and looked right at home hanging in my wardrobe.
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.
We are so lucky in this part of Australia that winter isn’t too intense. Those of you who live in Northern Hemisphere deserve an award for getting yourselves out of bed in the morning in the colder months!
There is nothing we ladies like more than a flattering fit, but to be honest, it’s a harder thing to find than one might think.
When I was growing up, jeans were a very functional part of my wardrobe. I wore them when the weather got too cold to wear shorts or dresses, and they were usually just casual pants that got thrown on with a sweater. What they were not was fashionable.
You all know how much I love pink, and that I’m a big fan of floral, but the thing I love most about this playsuit is the little lace detail on the back. It’s whimsical little touches like this that, in my opinion, elevate a piece from everyday wear to something a little more special.
I used to be a colour-block gal, and my sole criteria for buying a piece of clothing was how attractive a shade it was. As I get older and my style evolves, I’m finding myself pulled towards patterns. They make my wardrobe so much more interesting, fun to play with, and they make me try…