So you want to buy a designer item because of its longevity and quality. BUT you can’t afford the retail price, which is understandable. You might then look at getting a second hand one instead, and might check out eBay. When shopping for luxury or designer items second hand, how do you know if what you’re buying is legit?
Some blogger and street style outfits as inspiration on how to style a graphic sweater this winter.
Posting this week’s inspiration from Instagram and where to get similar items via TheRealReal (which I am obsessed with!), just in time for Fashion Week!
With summer knocking on Sydney’s door I’m so excited to start busting out my collection of graphic t-shirts. Graphic tees are a great way to express your personality and style in one simple item of clothing. For this post I thought I would break down the different types of graphic tees available, my picks for which ones to add to…
It seems a little specific doesn’t it, to talk about a pink midi skirt? However, I have good reasons for it, and I’m open to ideas and suggestions from you too!
So for a lot of you the weather might be glorious and sunny, but in Sydney it has become rather cold and crisp.
Recently I looked back at my outfit posts on the blog and Instagram and realised there was something missing from my wardrobe: a black dress.
Well, my fascination with black dungarees has reached tipping point, and I picked up this Witchery pair at the end-of-financial-year-sale with an extra 30% off:
After seeing the white lace blouse on several lovely ladies on Instagram, I was smitten. Today I became the lucky owner of this gorgeous Chantilly lace blouse from Bardot:
One of the things I enjoy about going back to work is not only the ability to have adult conversation, but as I work in the CBD I also get to do some people watching and get inspiration from the stylish ladies that work in the vicinity.