I am a hopeless romantic. Completely. Utterly. Hopeless. I love people, photos, poems, stories, gardens and places that make my heart feel full.
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.
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.
I am in love with coconut at the moment! It all started with Connoisseur’s new Sumatran Coconut ice cream, and now I’ve found myself drawn to every recipe I stumble across that features coconut.
I have always been a big fan of pink, and I’m loving this season’s prettiest hue more than ever. In 2017 we had millennial pink, but it looks like 2018 has removed all the apricot tones and left us with an even more feminine colour: petal pink.
The heat is continuing to beat down on us in Australia, which for me if the perfect reason to break out all my favourite sorts of clothes and accessories.
I promised you all one last blog post from our recent trip to the South Island of New Zealand, and here it is. When I last posted, we were travelling down the east coast to make our way back to Christchurch.
Hello from the South Island, everyone, where Jarrad and I are currently driving a campervan that I have let him name “Broomhilda”. When I last updated you on our adventure, we’d just been to Hobbiton on the North Island. That evening we caught a plane to Christchurch and picked up a campervan.
Kia Ora from New Zealand everyone, where Jarrad and I are spending the next 10 days travelling. We arrived in Auckland yesterday, and spent the afternoon eating our way across the city.