I’ve recently been doing lots of thrifting over the weekends, and I like to keep my outfit comfortable and carefree.
I love flicking through the racks and finding amazing pieces. I’ve come across some beautiful 1950s cardigans and even a 70s Versace knit that I plan to admire (and sell later on eBay!) because I will never be a size 6.
Recently my look has been changing. Getting into the rockabilly look, I’ve been encorporating new pieces into my wardrobe, such as this gorgeous Torrid strapless dress that I actually bought on a Facebook buy/swap/sell page.
It just goes to show that you can always get a bargain if you take the time to look for one!
I’m a big fan of fashion. Fashion shows, magazines, actually seeing the pieces infront of my eyes….it sets me into a spin! But soemtimes I wonder if these catwalk trends would suit my shape or even more important, would they be comfortable to add to my closet? I’m a big believer in paying for quality
As soon as I saw this unicorn tee on ASOS CURVE, I knew it had to be mine. I saw someone wear it on the Aussie Curves Facebook page and I went and bought it straight away. I’ve been wearing it non-stop and love tucking it into my maxi skirts but I wore to it
“You must not for one instant give up the effort to build new lives for yourselves. Creativity means to push open the heavy, groaning doorway to life.” — Daisaku Ikeda I’ve been opening and closing many doors of my life in the past few weeks. I’ve taken a bit of time to do some soul
It was casual Tuesday for me, with an early start at university, but I pulled on my favourite vintage find, my navy, green and red blazer! Its a cropped sleeve-style, so it meant I could easily roll up the sleeves when Sydney’s weather decided to bring the sunshine, but it was perfect for the morning,