Stopped by London just quickly enough to get my hands on the latest in a long line of cute collabs from & Other Stories. This one is with all-round creative genius Kim Gordon and it’s cutteeeeeeee! Take a look…. And yeah I’m in NYC already (fashion week kicks of any moment now)! Stay tuned. SOURCE: Chloe Chill - Read entire story here.
Rejina Pyo is one of my new loves <3 Her super-cool pieces are effortless (my new Paris vibe ha). And she’s stocked at my latest London discovery, Modern Society. A concept store/cafe in Shoreditch which houses some of my fave contemporary labels. Plussss some of the best Aussie/Kiwi brands going (Georgie Alice, Reliquia, MARS)! PS shout out to the Australian barista at the MS cafe who actually made me the best coffee I’ve had in Ldn so far I’m wearing: Rejina Pyo jacket
Don’t worry, no political statements being made here. I’m just saying, straight hems are so passé, once in a while you just gotta mix it up a bit and be crooked. Not a crook, crooked. Big difference! The distraction of an uneven hem actually has a very flattering effect – if there is ever an opportunity … Continue reading "It’s Trendy To Be Crooked" Read the full post It’s Trendy To Be Crooked which appeared first on Snob Essentials. SOURCE: Snob Essentials -
Guys, it’s prob time for a life update… I’ve been so caught up in styling cuties for CoolPretty.Cool I’ve been neglecting my own outfits. That teamed with the fact that I’m completely clearing out my Sydney apartment, moving out next week and getting on a plane to London. I’ll be spending a few months travelling around, after London there will be a stint in Athens and Rome. Then in May you can most likely expect to see me back in Sydney for MBFWA. So enjoy
I’m definitely not a slip dress kinda girl. Well not the minimalist, monochrome 90s kinda version. But I’ve been somewhat converted by the lovely peeps over at Basics Department. As soon as I slipped into this slinky burgundy number I was sold. And yeah I’ve layered it over my ol’ favourite citrus-hued cashmere sweater for a bit of extra colour, but it’s pretty darn sleek on its own too. Tylynn Nguyen dress @ Basics Department, Jac+ Jack sweater, vintage
Wearing: Matin black top, Dion Lee black skirt, The Daily Edited bag, Ancient Greek Sandals. How does one wear the same favourite all black look and still make it new and exciting. Well, a Dion Lee detailing certainly helps. The coil split design on this black midi is just perfect. And even if you already have an abundant collection of black skirts, it will certainly make you consider adding another to the rotation.Photography by Ana Suntay-Tanedo SOURCE: Harper and Harley - Read entire story