Ahh peach. The perfect combination of my two all-time favourite colours – nude and rosé. Or at least that’s how I like to describe it. The two hues that dominate my wardrobe and accessories wall (shoes included) aside from black, are not only classic and neutral – but perfect for any season, any time, any outfit.
As summer draws near, naturally, I lean towards these flirty, fruity shades – usually well-co-ordinated and keeping the theme throughout. So for my final Westfield feature for the year, I wanted to pay homage to the hero hues that served me so well throughout the year. Mixing party glam with sophisticated chic, I based this look off a summer social event – something that’s appropriate for the day and the night, for any social occasion.
This. Playsuit. Is. Everything! The second installment of my Westfield collaboration features the perfect, most flirtiest playsuit that actually make you feel all kinds of playful yet sexy at the same time.
Playsuits, rompers or jumpsuits may not be for everyone – heck, they may not be the most practical thing to wear (particularly after a few drinks on a night out), but damn they look good. And when you find the right one, these inconveniences are forgiven and overshadowed by the the charm that only a one-piece can possess.
Goodbye cruel, cold, dark weather. Hello happy, warm(er), bright(er) weather! I don’t usually mind winter as I use it as an opportunity to rekindle my love of layering, but I was getting kind over it to be honest. Now that it’s almost summer it’s time to get the shades out, limbs out and bring back the carefree attitude and styling that goes with it.
I’m so excited to be teaming up with Westfield again to style three different spring/summer looks as part of The Front Line campaign. The first of the three – and possibly one of my favourite, interchangeable, summer-friendly and street-but-fashion looks that is an amalgamation of my cherished things – luxe, texture, accessories and denim – but with a double twist. Double as in – well, you can probably figure out quite easily. Double the rosé accents, double the pink, and double the denim – because you know how much I love to theme out my looks. It’s just my thing…
New season = new shoes! And what better way to welcome spring than with a pair of super sexy, ultra-feminine, wrap-n-tie sandals than with these block heeled beauties from Windsor Smith. And because one colour just won’t do, I’ve opted for two. Notice the rhyming there…
I’m usually a no-fuss kinda gal when it comes to heels – I love the convenience of slip-ons and at most, single-buckle straps. Seldom do I tolerate the complexities of wrap arounds – but these are totally an exception. You only need to wrap a couple of times and you’re done! Wrap it high, wrap it low, tie a knot or do a bow (I’m like a wordy rapper), these ‘Ginny’ heels are ideal for the warmer weather and the leather covered block heel make them mega comfy and allow you to withstand longer hours on your feet – e.i., fashion week.
I’m back – and in all black, baby. Don’t be too fooled by some of my recent social posts – although I’ve been embracing a lot of colour lately, here in Melbourne – and in the heart of winter – we wear black. Or leather. Or both. And lots of it. It’s the signature city palette and fail safe go-to attire because when it’s cold, it’s hella cold. But when the sun comes out it’ll have you forgetting what season it was.
What a more poetic way to conclude my Westfield #ownyourstory style series than to wear one of my favourite colours (and drink) – rosé – during a beautiful sunset with similar hues; a symbolic celebration of this campaign, and of my personal style.
Some may call it pastel pink, others call it blush – everyone sees colour differently but in my eyes, and in this sunset, the only colour I was seeing was rosé. Kinda like that saying – ‘like looking through rose coloured glasses’. In this instance, as the lighting perfectly complemented and enhanced the colours of my final ensemble – it was as if I was doing just that.
Just because the colder season is upon us, doesn’t mean we necessarily need to don our darkest (or winter whitest) apparel – at times I like to wear soft shades to contradict the weather and work in harmony with the autumn colour wheel of warm, autumn shades. Here, it’s rosé. Believe it or not, as I type these final words of my style stories and start to wind it down, I’m sipping on a nice, sparkling glass of rosé.