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
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)).
It amazes me how much of my life I could tell you through my clothes. I seem to have a story to go with every piece I own.
Wanna know what I love about this outfit? The bodysuit means I don’t won’t get a cold back because there’s no way it can untuck!
I love winter outfits that scream comfort and have that ‘cool girl’ edge.
It’s been a few months since I went out drinking in the city. The reason for my absence? Let’s just say I’ve never had a dull night out. Saturday night followed the trend.