The black and white combo would have to be my all time favourite fashion go to. It’s classic, clean, smart, simple and in my opinion, will never go out of style. Read More
I have always followed my curiosity. I was never the little girl who was born knowing without a doubt what she wanted to do when she grew up. I was into a lot of different things when I was at school. I loved sport, music and reading. None of those things I particularly excelled at and none of them where interests in which I thought would become my career. I simply liked and tried things. This has become the story of my whole life! Like it, try it. Read More
I love fashion. It tells a story and you can be whoever you want to be in the given moment of getting dressed for the day. I also love when I discover a new fashion label! This happened when I received an email recently introducing me to the Melbourne brand Dilia. Their interesting design and black, white, colbolt blue and nude colour palette had me at hello. When I had the chance to try it on, it was everything I wanted it to be!
Here are some sneaky snaps of what the brand has to offer, and why I love them so. Check out their pop up store in Galleria Melbourne if you can!
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Sometimes I get stuck in a personal fashion rut. There I said it. It is so easy to stick to what I know and wear the same pair of jeans with the same tee and blazer over and over, till I purchase another pair jeans, a tee and blazer in a slightly different shade to what I already own…RUT. Being a mother has especially put me in the same old, same old category because, well…comfort!
Alas, in this post, I decided to put myself out of my fashion comfort zone and try a trend I have been watching for a while but have not yet tried – off the shoulder! I’m not sure why I haven’t bared all clavicle before, but when I came across this gorgeous Lucy McIntosh top from much loved shopping site Love Twain, I thought why not! I teamed it with another love of my life, STRIPES and voila – I was pulled from my rut instantly. I felt like I was ready for a European holiday!
I want to encourage you to try something you haven’t tried before and get yourself out of what you normally gravitate to. Even if you just try it on at the shops and not bring it home, it is a good way to open your mind to what might be out there for you. Choose a trend you really like but haven’t been bold enough to try and give it a go!
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I’ve always had a thing for navy. It has a level of sophistication about it and I always feel like a proper grown up when I wear it. I love that it can be chic and classic, cool, casual and right on trend. It’s an alternative to black but too much of a stand out colour.
Once again, I had the pleasure of styling the gorgeous Samantha Jade, and to be quite honest, it’s not really that hard to make this girl look amazing!
Confession. I’m not mad about summer fashion. I’m not a fan of getting my legs/skin/STOMACH out for the world to see. I’m never ready for that moment. Even with a spay tan and a good amount of filter on my pics, I just don’t seem to erhm…warm to the idea of the warmer months. Don’t get me wrong…I love me some sunshine and a folic at the beach, but can I wear my skinny jeans, biker boots and an oversized coat…and maybe a scarf?
Last year Guy and I started The Sebastian Foundation and our mission is to help families in need. This year, our annual Carols in the City event announced that MYER has come on board as our sponsor, which we couldn’t be happier about! Guy and I visited MYER in Pitt Street Mall to make the announcement where Guy put on a wonderful show for all the lovely people who came out. We welcome anybody who would love to come and join the MYER Carols in the City presented by the Sebastian Foundation on the 14th of December 2014. Tickets from Ticketek.