Sinking In


Last week I spent my time skiing in the Snowy Mountains with a big group of guys and a couple girlfriends thrown in. The weather was terrible but oh fun was had and in the end the weather didn't matter all that much.

If you follow me on twitter you may already know that I had some exciting news whilst inland and away from home (AND completely out of the loop mind you!)
It was announced that I will be joining the General Pants Co. team at Splendour In The Grass [Music Festival] to be the on-the-ground roving blogger!
I don't think it will fully sink in that I am going until I am actually at the airport, about to board a plane on the way to Woodford! I am going Thursday morning so be sure to follow my twitter to be updated over the weekend about everything Splendour!

wearing: Skirt - Market HQ, Cardigan - cotton on and vintage clutch & jewellery.

Here's an outfit I wore to dinner on the weekend paired with my vintage purple clutch and a loooong striped cardigan. Long skirts and cardigans make an outfit feel classy to me.



As the music dies

wearing: tee - As The Music Dies, shirt - cotton on, hoodie - old and boots - Market HQ.

It's still very chilly so a hoody under a denim shirt is very welcome. It's all about the layers!
This awesome fallen angel shirt is by NY based label As The Music Dies who make unisex designs. So you can always share your tee around!

In other news, I'm not sure if I've ever included my puppy in an outfit post before but this is my black little poodle, Penny Lane. Yes, she's named after the Beatles song. She has her own layers for winter... lucky!




walk the city streets


Here are some close ups of my recent purchases from Market HQ! I love this long silver ring and the colour of the stone is such a lovely milky blue.

Below are some of the shots from their recent look book! It reminds me of summer and Byron Bay. After my week at the snow I can't wait for it to get warm again!




Velvet Winter [Museum Day Trip]

wearing: top - vintage Charlie Brown, velvet skirt - Evil Twin via Market HQ, cardigan - cotton on, bag - Don't Ask Amanda and boots - Soles via Market HQ.

Last week (before I got the flu!) we went into the city for a trip to the Museum! I haven't been to the museum since school so I thought it was time to feed my brain!

It was a bit of a windy day so I wore my long velvet skirt and new favourite boots (LOVE THEM! Can't wait to style them with shorts during spring/summer) from Market HQ.

Close ups of detail (rings and boots!) still to come =)




clear sign


wearing: mesh top - vintage, peace necklace - Sunday Girl Accessories, shoes - newtown markets and skirt - Westfield Online.

I am going on a little trip down south to the Snowy Mountains tomorrow and will be staying and skiing for a week. I'm hoping the clouds clear up and it's not too chilly! Although I do have a couple posts ready to show you during the week =)

This acrylic necklace is from the lovely Stephanie who sells clear and colourful acrylic jewellery in her online store Sunday Girl Accessories. She also makes custom orders so you can get your name or even your blog name (if it fits of course)!

Also this wicked ruffle skirt is from Glue but I got it online from Westfields Online store. Now they have lots of pieces (dresses, shoes, all the best stuff!) from lots of different stores and brands all online. I paired the skirt with a pale lavender singlet to keep the focus on the amazing structure of the skirt!


p.s- wish me luck in the snow and cold while you're all warm (probably with a cup of tea in your bed right?)



Sunday Afternoon

wearing: scarf - handmade DIY, suede jacket - vintage from Thread People, skirt - The cassette society, watch - Breo and tee - sportsgirl.

Last sunday afternoon I met up with Brooke (from RE:NEW) and Lauren (from YOURONLYBLACKSWAN) for afternoon tea, cake and cheese! The best kind of sunday afternoon in my books. Gotta have the cheese.

We went to 'Buzzz Bar' in Newtown where there is like a little sun room/green house where we sat out the back enjoying out tea as the afternoon sun beamed in through the windows.

I wore my crochet scarf that I made myself earlier this year and my new (but vintage!) suede jacket from Thread People. The website Thread People have new sale collections on all the time and have also recently launched a vintage sale section! Have a look at the different sales here. I am loving my jacket as it has been freezing in Sydney lately!