Think Pink

I'm surprised that my black bomber jacket hasn't made an appearance on this blog yet due to the number of days a week that I wear it. It's because of this exact reasoning that I decided that I needed another one! I've seen a lot of khaki ones, and as much as I like it I didn't want to get a colour that a hundred of other people are wearing as well.

After tossing up between a navy bomber and a baby pink bomber - this one took the cake.

Finding a pink bomber was as hard as you think it would be, especially since I was very picky about what shade I wanted and what sort of texture it had. After strolling into Forever New (where I also bought my black bomber), I spotted this pink one and decided that I needed to get it as well.

This also makes another milestone of mine: buying the same thing in two different colours. Apart from cardigans and basic shirts, I've never done this before!

Forever New bomber jacket / Dotti bralette / All About Eve culottes / Nine West heels


Killer Lunchtimes at House of Hue

Last Wednesday I had the pleasure of visiting Nicole and her intern, Jono, at House of Hue, the home of Killer Aesthetics. I choose three outfits that fit their Killer Lunchtime series of photos that they're featured on their website and instagram, and Nicole snapped a few photos of me. My friend and partner-in-crime, also came along with me to take some of these sweet BTS photos as well!

Window Seat

Since a couple of years ago, there was an awkwardly fast transition between summer and winter here in Perth. This meant that I haven't been able to bust out a lot of pieces for what was meant to be spring and autumn (read: cute cardigans that would either be too warm or too cold to wear, and capes/ponchos that don't cover enough skin to be reliably warm in winter). Included in that list would be these leather overalls.

Knot Your Nachos

I'm a sucker for anything that's black and flowy, so when I saw this dress I immediately fell in love. There was a lot of um-ing and ah-ing before purchasing it because of how different it looks on me (a very short person) than on the model (skinny with skyscraper legs). After trying it on twice - or thrice - I managed to tweak the way the knot sits to make it a lot of shorter on me than it actually it.


What a better way to make a comeback than by wearing all my favourite colours? I wore this outfit while running some errands in preparation for the launch of Aesthetic Collective, which is the new business venture my friend and I have decided to go forward with, but perhaps I'll leave that for a proper introduction to it in another post.