If you can’t be playful with your outfits during the spring racing carnival, when can you? A couple of weeks back I blogged about a new online store selling Melbourne and Australia’s top milliners- The Eternal Headonist.
A wardrobe staple that continues to be reinvented year after year, the little black dress never goes out of fashion. Coco Chanel is credited with its invention in the 1920s, and since that time women the world over have embraced it as the answer to so many different occasions.
What would you say are the ingredients for the perfect pair of jeans? I suspect it will be different for most people depending on taste, however I’d wager there would be commonalities.
Recently I was inspired by an article I read in Who What Wear daily on career tips from some of the fashion industries most successful women.
Two things struck me: how helpful this would have been to me when I was starting in my career, and why isn’t there the same from Australian women? So I made one!
A couple of weeks back I had the pleasure of a weekend away in the well being region of Victoria, the Daylesford and Macedon ranges. It was a complete back-to-nature experience so I packed light and took comfortable clothes in natural fibres with a little bit of bohemian luxe thrown into the mix.
Annabel Allen, founder of ‘The Eternal Headonist’ (the a is deliberate, think about it!), has hand-picked milliners whose use of materials and technique are bringing a new perspectives to fashion millinery.