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.
I’ve never been a slave to labels, rather always looking for good quality fabrication and cut. It doesn’t matter to me whether something is op-shop, high street or designer, I’m more interested in whether the garment is a natural fibre, how it’s cut and where it’s made.
On the hunt for simple, modest and fashionable clothing to take with me on my recent trip to Jordan, I stopped into Sussan and found this shift dress that ticked all of those boxes.
I’ve been preparing for the spring racing carnival for weeks, and ahead of the race dates approaching I thought I’d share what I’m going…
Do you know what you’re wearing to the spring racing carnival?
I’m getting things together but I know what a flurry it can be, so I teamed up with To The Max in Carlton to give you a behind the scenes look at some gorgeous pieces you can wear this spring carnival!
Do you like this green chilli dress? I love my clothing with a good dose of humour, so went I visited Fashiondacci last week to see what Kurt had in store, this dress jumped off the rack and said, ‘shoot me!’
I bought this Mexican, embroidered dress on Etsy some time ago but it is still absolutely one of my wardrobe favourites.
These photos are actually from this blog post about it, but I thought it was worth re-posting because I really love everything about them. The sunlight, the shadows, the vintage Valentino bag.