I'm still not over my chest infection, but am feeling a lot better than I have been. I was back at work this week and ventured out to the shops on my lunch break for the first time today. I tried on these pants and this skirt from Jigsaw. They're both gorgeous and fit perfectly... so tempting! I also think a pair of these nude pumps from Nine West would work perfectly with both for Spring.
Zip, nada, nothing... that's what I bought in weeks 6 and 7. I've been very sick for the past few weeks, alternating between struggling through days at work and days sitting on my sofa. I just made it out to Country Road on the last day of week 8 to buy some frames before the new season 'spend & save' offer finished.
I'm planning on making a mini gallery with our favourite wedding photos. I did a quick mock-up in Photoshop to make sure what I have in my head will actually work on the wall. I think it will.
I don't often share baby things on here and no I'm not "getting clucky" now that I'm married. I do however have the sweetest little three week old niece who fell asleep in my arms for an hour last weekend. I just had to share the new Zara Mini campaign from the Netherlands. The colours and styling are so beautiful and the little outfits are pretty cute too.
I've been proven wrong twice in the past month. Here is another gorgeous Melbourne apartment that I would definitely be happy to move into. The space and light are great and I love that so many of the windows peer out at the treetops. This lovely home belongs to interior designer, Brooke Pertzel. She has great taste. I love every inch of this space.
I've been meaning to share these gorgeous gowns from Carla Zampatti's Spring/Summer 2013 collection for a little while now. Such a lovely mix of structured and draped shapes and all in black and ivory.
I'm a little infatuated with Country Road's new arrivals for spring: feminine tailoring and plenty of black and white with pops of bright colour and pattern. I especially love that their latest range of flats have ankle straps (great for people with narrow feet like me) and those bell sleeve tops are so cute.
My black Lucy cape from Jigsaw is currently my favourite thing in my winter wardrobe.
I just found out they later made it in butterscotch and it's now on sale from $399 to $249. They have none left in my size in Sydney or online, but I may be able to get one sent up from Melbourne. Should I? It would be a nice contrast to all the black in my winter wardrobe.