The best maxi skirt my closet has seen in a while. Definitely not as versatile as this white one that I recently wore, but the stunning print is something I couldn’t pass by. Off shoulder tops or so called ‘bardot’ tops, always remind me of summer time in 2004, when I absolutely loved wearing them with shorts, super straight hair and pointy flats. That was without a doubt one of my only fashionable moments in my early teenage years.
Week 50 it is. Wow, the New Year is almost here! I’m super excited about it, despite my irrational fear of getting older. I’ll be hitting the big 25 in March, can you believe it? I sure can’t.
Today I’m wearing a super easy ensemble with jeans, a sweater and a pair of white sneakers. What can I say, an all-white outfit just never fails. I’m just thinking that this might be the last time you see me in a pair of jeans for a while, since Perth is seriously heating up and I’m getting prepared for a shorts only couple of months. The problem is that I barely have any shorts left in my closet, since I sold everything. Remember? Anyway, good excuse to go shopping.
Wearing: Seed Heritage sweater (similar here), Zara denim jacket (similar here), Denim and Supply by Ralph Lauren Jeans (similar here), Customized sneakers (similar here), 3.1 Phillip Lim satchel, Lovisa Necklace (similar here)
If you’ve been following my Australia journey since the start (now already 2.5 years, time flies), you’ve probably heard me talking about Margaret River before. While I’ve previously posted only personal photo diaries, today I’m listing my best tips on what to do and where to eat when you’re visiting the region.
Oh, I’ve got such a soft spot for this skirt. I mean, it’s ruched, it’s a maxi and it has a side split. Enough reasons to love it, no? Perfect day time attire with a shirt tucked in and a layered necklace which I don’t recommend since all they do is tangle.