If you’ve been following me on Instagram you’ll know that my partner and I recently relocated to San Francisco. We arrived here after six weeks in Europe with nothing but two suitcases and a couple of laptops. Needless to say, I have been wearing the same clothes and the same makeup for around three months now and it’s definitely time for an update.
When your friend asks you to go to a crochet class with her and you say umm no thanks and then she says but there will be wine there and then you say yeah, no I’m good and then she says oh come on you can help me make a baby blanket and then you have to say yes.
Then you go to the crochet class and you hate every minute of it because you can’t even do a chain stitch and you’re holding everything weirdly but then when you get home you’re so frustrated by the situation that you keep trying whilst continuing to hold the hook incorrectly.
But then eventually you make a baby blanket. This is for you baby Ross-Crawford.
There’s nothing like some very tall trees in a very dense forrest to make you realise how small you are. Figuratively and literally.
Taken at Boranup Forrest in Margaret River.
Me: I got new glasses. They have a clip on sunglass attachment. You know, so I don’t need two pairs of prescription glasses.
Friend: Oh. Oh ok.
Oh casual Friday, why can’t you grace us with your presence every day?
I’m one of those people that leaves event dressing until the last minute. Like, the day before a wedding/ball/engagement party etc I will do what my partner calls a ‘smash and grab’.
Sometimes when I really sit back and think about fashion blogging I realise how strange of a concept it is.
Last week I got to work on an exciting styling and photography project with what can only be described as a Perth’s Dream Team.
Who else is excited that double denim has made a comeback? It’s a trend that seems to have transcended the fashion blogger elite and make itself at home in the wardrobes of everyday women.
In my eyes the pencil skirt is one of the most perfect items of clothing in one’s wardrobe. I’m yet to see a body shape that doesn’t suit a slick, mid-length, form-fitted skirt.