Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Trench Coating - Part 1

Nothing flashy here, just simple threads for casual walk around our local.
The CC Trench is fast becoming a weekend essential and a staple in my Winter wardrobe, i wished it also came in Black, Oxblood and Olive Green (hint-hint City Chic, that would be the shizznet!).




Jacket - City Chic
Shirt - Thrift
Tights - ASOS Curve
Shoes - Converse
Beanie - Farmers
Glasses - Quay





Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Zebra Crossing




Shirt - Wild Child, Farmers
Jumper - Kmart
Jeans - ASOS Curve
Clutch - Thrift
Shoes - Converse




Thursday, May 28, 2015

White + Winter + Blue

For some reason I have been drawn to wearing white a lot this winter. It feels fresh, bright and is such a crisp contrast against any dark colour. The Skirt was thrift, bargain at $5.00 and my necklace and trench was purchased at half price sales. The most recent of purchases was the trench i had been eye balling at City Chic. It was a minimalist take on the classic trench in a deep Navy Blue. The material was soft for a more relaxed fit, suitable for both casual and formal wear. This was the story i was building in my head as i tried it on but the price tag was hella big and the story had to end there. But in passing the store many weeks later, the bright red SALE sign was the honey to my bee. There the jacket was- in my size- in my colour and on my favorite rack of 50% off.
As hard as it can be to find the fat fashion tri-factor of cute, in your size and affordable clothes, being patient with your large ticket purchases can really be beneficial to your wallet at the end of the day. I love fashion but fashion don't be paying my bills!





Top - Kmart
Skirt - Thrift, Salvation Army, Glen Eden
Coat - City Chic
Necklace - Colette




Monday, May 18, 2015

Snap Shot - In my Jeans + T-Shirt




Dress (turned top) - ASOS Curve
Jeans - ASOS Curve
Shoes - Coverse
Necklace - Colette
Bag - ASOS

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Asian Grocer

Hitting the aisles of the local grocer, wearing one of my most recent Flee Market purchases, my low-low top.
Low at the front and even lower at the back and so comfy to wear, especially when grocery shopping.
This top was $20, so i brought a second version without print in a lovely Olive Green.
Also making a reappearance was my Roman sandals i had found whilst hauling out the crap from our garage.
Would have been nice to find a pot of gold or a diamond ring, but I'll take some old leather shoes, something is better than nothing.


Shirt - Avondale Flee Market
Tights - ASOS Curve 
Shoes - Number 1 Shoes
Necklace - ASOS
Glasses - $2 Shop
  

Monday, March 23, 2015

White Out There

Headed out to town and tried out an all White minimal look.   
I had to laugh at myself when I saw my reflection in the store window, I kind of looked liked I was walking round in my P.J's (and now that I've said it, I bet you cant stop seeing it). Never the less, I still like this dress and I can rock that P.J look all day!     


Dress - ASOS Curve
Shoes - Converse
Bag - ASOS
Glasses - Le Specs
Necklace - Made by Me