As I’ve mentioned on the blog before, one of the things that prompted my interest in minimalism was the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo.
I may have mentioned on my Instagram before that whenever my mum and I go shopping, 99% of the time I’ll buy something, or she’ll buy something for me.
Have you read my post over on the sugarmamma.tv site about identifying your primary, secondary and accent colours? For the last post in defining my style, I’m talking about colour – specifically, what colours will define my fall/autumn capsule wardrobe, and what colours I will use to complement or accent my main palette.
Australia Day was last week and the fam and I had a little picnic in a beautiful little park tucked away in Sydney’s lower north shore. This was a pleasant reprieve after an hour of driving with a cranky two year old and a screaming 10 month old around Kirribilli, trying to find a parking space near what was probably…
I’m so excited to be on the Cut Out + Keep website as a DIY Fashionista, featuring my DIY lace up flats! This is such an easy project, and once you’ve got some eyelets and an eyelet plier you’ll want to punch holes in all of your flat shoes so that they lace up around your ankle.
Over on the sugarmamma.tv blog I’m writing about 4 different sources of style inspiration.
Happy Monday to you all! I think I may have mentioned before how much I love these Country Road chambray pants (now sold out unfortunately).
You’d have reason to think that, after doing the wardrobe edit, that I’d be left with enough clothes that would suffice as a capsule wardrobe.
In the mid 90s I found a pair of denim culottes my mum wore in the 80s.
I’ve been obsessed with the blog Unfancy since I discovered it two years ago, and have often thought about starting a capsule wardrobe – the concept of having a minimal closet to save time on outfit selection (as well as having a more organised wardrobe space) really appealed to the slightly OCD side of myself.