Flirty Fringes (Shimmy, Shimmy)

Fringes are back. Possibly one of the most iconic fashion facets of the 20th century, fringed fashion is back in full force. Fringes played a crucial role in adding lightness, flintiness and frivolity to various Autumn/Winter collections. Notable collections included Michael Kors, Milly and Prabal Gurung. Fringes adorned sleeves, embellished dresses and added drama to... Continue Reading →

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RED-Y, SET, GO!!!

ALERT, this autumn is going to be bold and bright. That obviously means RED. - Red was huge on the runway. From Victoria Beckham to Jill Sanders, and of course Gucci and Givenchy, brands featured red from small pops to full blown ensembles. GivenchyThe autumn/winter 2018 collection paid homage to the Givenchy spirit, presenting 27... Continue Reading →

PAIRING PLAID: PART THREE

Ladies, this is the final segment for integrating plaid this autumn in 2018 - casual jackets, blazers and coats. LOOKING BOMB   TOPSHOP                                  BISHOP + YOUNG Bomber jackets are the it-girl fashion piece. With sports-luxe fashion amalgamating athleisure with street style... Continue Reading →

PAIRING PLAID PART TWO

Now that we've established introducing a trend like plaid into our wardrobe, let's talk about wearing plaid in larger doses - tops, pants, skirts and dresses. - UP TOP: VERO MODA                                   SHEIN              ... Continue Reading →

PAIRING PLAID

In the first of many posts over the next few weeks, this is your quintessential guide to immersing in the biggest trends for Autumn/Winter 2018. First up? Plaid. Before I divulge all my secrets on taking a print that brings back memories of ill-fitting uniforms, let's take a look at how the biggest names in... Continue Reading →

(DIANA) FERRARI FINALE

This week, Diana Ferrari announced the closure of its brick-and-mortar stores across Australia, to pursue online retailing focusing solely on footwear. As the third generation of my family to wear, love and trust the quality and service Diana Ferrari has provided, it's heartbreaking to see another fashion icon fall victim to Australia's struggling retail sector.... Continue Reading →

CLASSIC COMFORT: THE CULOTTE

Let’s face it, culottes have been the colossal comeback fashion was waiting for. From colour to stripes, and even floral, brands have found countless ways to innovate with this versatile garment. We all love culottes for their comfort. The best part is, that they can be worn in various ways to suit a plethora of... Continue Reading →

THE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

“A festive dress-up is the nicest kind: indulgent and cosy, rather than exposed or difficult or provocative” Jess Cartner-Morley, the Guardian Australia - In my morning perusal of the news, I stumbled across an article in the Guardian Australia, about Christmas dressing and its do’s and don’ts. What’s inspired my post today is a summer... Continue Reading →

OOTN | THE WEEKND

When I think of The Weeknd, I think of moody, dark vocals, edge, sass and suspense. So why shouldn’t my outfit reflect the same? When dressing for a concert where you know you’re going to break it down and scream your lungs out, comfort is key. I’m a huge believer in letting your outfit emulate... Continue Reading →

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