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.
Double denim and vintage tees, that’s what I’m talking about!
Ahh do you think Tristan was trying to tell me something? I didn’t take it personally. Who could resist shooting under this excellent demonstration of street art? #perthisok
To say that I love these jeans is an understatement. I think I’ve finally admitted to myself that skin tight jeans are just not great on me. My calf muscles are too big or something (I can thank 15 years of dancing for that).Slipping into these R13 jeans for the first time was like slipping on a second skin. I knew immediately they had to be mine. And while I’m not the hugest fan of crop tops this Rue Stiic boxy tee is just the right length to balance the baggier fit of the jean in my opinion.
Nothing says summer is coming like an exposed toe. Yet I’m still forced to team them with a warming pair of jeans thanks to this schizophrenic weather. These Birkenstock-esque Harriet Sandals from Country Road are keeping my eye on the prize though and I’ll pull them out every time I want to get a little closer to summer.
Grey days make for a welcome change to the searing heat. Grey 7/8 Biker Jeans are a short girls best friend. And sexy heels maketh the outfit.
So I’m kind of obsessed with this hat. Especially paired with this vintage, embroidered denim dress, it’s all very backyard boho.
Wow. The last two months have been hectic to say the least. Restyle, Perth Fashion Festival, changes at work and a death in the family of someone very, very close to me… it all hit at once. I feel like my head is finally starting to rise back above water though.
New in over the last couple of weeks and they’ve already become wardrobe staples – Country Road Anneka Print Slipper and Current Elliott Stiletto jeans.