(Cotton On bikini separates, Roy & Bon (lol) mirrored Wayfarers from Bali)
This is one of the several bikinis I wore while in Bali last week. I love the Indian inspired fluoro zig-zags on the bottoms. I really like pairing bikini separates, it doesn't bother me at all if they don't match, in fact I think it's really cute. Are you a matching bikini kinda gal?
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Hi guys, just wanted to invite you to join me on Facebook. Today's fashion question is: How old is your oldest piece of clothing? Please head over there and let me know!
I'm heading to Sydney today and on to Bali tomorrow, so I might not have a chance to post until Oct 29. Hope you all have an awesome week!
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Thursday, October 20, 2011
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Tuesday, October 11, 2011
(thrifted cable knit sweater, Jay Jay X DIY aqua denim cut-offs)
These used to be pants but I hacked the legs off and then left them crumpled in a bleach bath for a few days last year. A process I could have described less psychotically.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
I'm not usually a huge fan of printed tees but this one is perfect for me. I'm always drawn to bright blues, and the tropical theme really caps it off for me. Also the sleeves are slightly longer than usual, and more slim fitting, which is important to me as it balances my broad shoulders somewhat. Vintage tees are also so super-soft that I find myself thinking I could wear variations on this outfit all Summer long. It was comfy enough to go adventuring out at the Cotter river last weekend. If you don't know what adventuring is, it's like hiking but you sort of stay off the trail and you have to climb over at least one tree trunk which has fallen over a body of water. That part is key. My legs are now totally devestated with scratches and also I manged to get stung by some evil plant (like poison ivy I guess?). Totally worth it.
Anyways, I would like to hear about the coolest t shirt you have in your possession, please share!
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
It's hard not to think of the sixties when you see such a vast expanse of daisies, and I so wanted to roll around in this one and also to do a dreamy photo shoot, naturally. But since I was at Floriade (an annual flower show that is the pride and joy of Canberra in a completely non-lame way - seriously I think it must be our biggest tourist draw card) that was kind of out of the question.