I’m not usually one for beauty treatments, mostly because I don’t have the time or money (believe me if I had those, I’d be having daily manicures – daily because of my weird nail disease*), but I recently made a special exception – because how on earth could I possibly attend a donut event WITHOUT… Continue reading A Day of Vanity
After years of refusing to go within a 1 metre vicinity of denim, it appears as though allergies can in fact be cured – and I’m loading up on denim faster than you can say ‘Justin Timberlake at the American Music Awards 2001 eat your heart out’.
Hear no evil, speak no evil, but there’s no chance that you’re gonna see no evil with me prancing around in ‘Evil Scientist’ vibing sunglasses and dark velvet tones.
We all know that when I like something, I buy a lot of it. Faux fur, bright colours, velvet… and pom-poms. The DISASTER that is summer is unfortunately coming, fluffy items will be going (sobs profusely), but pompoms will PREVAIL.
This month, something very exciting and traumatizing happened to me. I got my first pair of sneakers.
This weekend, the lovely Cheryl (@lawstore) and I embarked on a sneaky road trip down to Ballarat for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s regional runway show.
What distresses a blogger more than not being able to see the photo they’ve just taken? Pretty much nothing, except maybe bad lighting or ugly latte art. Recently while shooting with Landes Warehouse, I had to face my fears and venture into the world of film photography.
Word on the street has it that Street Talk Espresso may possibly serve the most beautifully presented food in Melbourne. Big call right? Well this cafe gives meaning to the concept of food being art and does not muck around.
If you thought I meant I’m hunting the actual sun, you obviously don’t know me and my vampire ways at all. I’m clearly referring to my new BRIGHT (AKA just the way I like it) orange knit.
If you’re a sucker for converted warehouses & quirky ceiling hangings, then I’ve found your new local cafe stop. Steering clear of the predictable pastel-coloured crockery and marble furniture, Glass Merchants opts for an authentic grunge-chic look that St Kilda embodies so well.