There has been a dramatic decline in outfit posts on my Instagram and blog over the past couple of months and when I do post, you’ll notice I’m recycling the same pieces.
As most of you are aware, my wardrobe went through a big cull last year and I’ve been slowly trying to build it back up and create MY perfect wardrobe.
I had been purchasing pieces for the sake of this goal but realised it wasn’t working for me. Things weren’t being worn before I grew tired of seeing them so I’ve decided to take a step back and purchase only as necessary – i.e. to replace an item or for a specific event/occasion. In the meantime, I’ll raid my boyfriend’s closet and live in his things.
Top – Cotton On
Bag – Some market in Ho Chi Minh
Jeans – Rolla’s Jeans
Shoes – Billini
I love dressing up for special occasions and events. I love the entire process. From the search for the perfect outfit, the getting dolled up, to being out wearing something new. So I thought it would make a fun post to talk about the process I go through in determining what I wear for an event or a special occasion. Continue reading
We have all heard it a million times before – cut back on plastic. And really, when you do pay attention to the world, it’s amazing to see how much we really do rely on the stuff. It’s not surprising of course, it is undoubtedly useful and if plastic production was ever to stop, we’d have a bit of a task thinking of substitutions. Continue reading
I recently asked you guys if you’d be interested in reading about my journey with The Beauty Chef cleanse. With an outstanding response to ‘yes’, I can only assume y’all love to see me suffer. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again where everyone is counting down for the new one to start. While I try not to wish my life away, I do love a new year. It’s time for self-reflection, learning from the past and moving forward for the future.
I’ve realised recently that I’ve been looking at my wardrobe wrong. Rather than trying to keep it ‘minimalist’ and panicking every time a new piece enters it without removing something old, I have changed my tactic in that I’m allowing it to fill with pieces I love (and that fit, are intact and unstained (#mumlife)).
Happiness is something I’ve thought about a lot lately. After a tough couple of months (read about it here), I can honestly say that I am – with every fibre of my being – happy. A blissful, light, singing along to the radio at the top of my lungs, sun on my skin, kind of happy.