Top: Her Pony | Track pants: Pretty Little Thing | Belt: Cashmere Studio | Sunglasses: Ray-ban | Sneakers: UNIF | Necklace: Sarah & Sebastian
Firstly, I apologise for such a massive break from posting but summer’s here in Australia and I’m back into it! I thought I’d start it back up with my favourite kind of fashion – festival outfits. It’s my favourite kind of clothing because it really allows for self-expression and of course, glitter.
I went for an uber comfortable look with track pants and a crop top (that might look familiar from my Splendour in the Grass post). I definitely believe in re-using festival wear! Pairing with some simple white sneakers is the way to go with this look and a bit of sparkle on the face and belt give it a festival feel.
Top: Princess Polly | Pinafore: Maje | Jacket: Zara | Sneakers: UNIF | Shoulder bag: Saint Laurent
This week was one of my favourite times of year – Melbourne Fashion Week! I love seeing not only the fashion on the runway but also in the crowd. I went with a classic Melbourne look, pairing a black pinafore with a mustard turtleneck and sneakers. And I had to add my YSL shoulder bag to accessorise.
T-shirt: The Ragged Priest | Dress: Urban Outfitters | Jeans: Dr Denim | Sneakers: Nike
I tend to find it hard to dress up in the middle of winter because actually being warm is a high priority of mine. This outfit really caters to a comfy, warm but interesting look. The long jeans keep your legs warm and with a leather or bomber jacket on top it is a perfect going out outfit for the colder months! Not to mention having a shimmery dress over the top of a jeans and t-shirt outfit really adds a point of interest.
Top: Vintage Slazenger | Mesh Long Sleeve: ASOS | Pleated Pants: Topshop | Puffer Jacket: Uniqlo | Fishnets: ASOS | Sneakers: NO NAME | Earrings: Curated Wholesale | Sunglasses: Dior
I recently went on a trip to Japan and when I was in Tokyo, I had a good shopping day in Harajuku. It was a bit cold so i went with a puffer jacket and mesh top underneath to keep warm. Some of my favourite stores were Kinji for vintage clothing and XLARGE for street fashion.