I don’t often look back to reflect on photos I’ve discarded at the time of posting, so I was quite delighted when I found these. It’s good to see what I thought wasn’t good enough at the time actually wasn’t too bad. Kind of like life huh?
Coco Chanel actually said ‘always’ not ‘never’, but if you have ever had a good look at the way she dressed and wore her accessories, there was nary an unadorned body part in sight. If Chanel took one thing off, she was very possibly still wearing a necklace, brooch, earrings, bracelet, rings and watch. It’s why I love her.
The business lunch, the networking lunch, lunch with the boss. I go to variations of all three (lunch with the boss is when I take myself out) and more often than not I’m kind of stumped as to what to wear.
One area that shines on Pinterest is the DIY section, be it for clothing, crafts, home repairs, hair dos- you name it. I happened upon a tutorial to make your own tassel or fringed heels that was easier than I could believe.
After discovering Ottoman Treasures on Sydney Road in Brunswick three years ago, I’m sad to report that Rumi is closing her doors at the beginning of March.
Melbourne’s laneways are famous for holding all sorts of hidden treasures, and Keshett is absolutely one of them. You will find them in Little Collins Street having been at the same address for 33 years.