It's been a nice little weekend this one. A casual brekkie, in what felt like Blue Mountains weather (in Sydney) complete with blue lips and frozen fingers, followed by a sewing sesh, and an inspiring afternoon spent with Margaret Zhang. Here's to hoping she imparted some of that damn youthful wisdom on me. Stay tuned… Continue reading italian for a day.
Ordinarily it would seem strange for a Sydneysider to take part in a sweater weather tag during September. The rain has made this craziness redundant though. And in true Australian fashion I’ve adjusted every “fall” to “autumn” instead, which is a lie about my actual current situation, but whatever. Here we go. The rules of… Continue reading sweater weather.
Because to be honest, I’ve been here for my entire life, and may not get much further. The Bachelorette is about to start so this is being pumped out fast. An important community notice : before you turn to Spotify tomorrow, make sure you listen to Leandra’s Oh Boy interview. It solidifies my love for… Continue reading sydneysider for (more than) a day.
It doesn't seem quite right to post about all those fashion fads and ramblings at the moment, considering the intense couple of days we have had in Sydney. It's something words can't even describe, especially not my words. But I feel for absolutely everyone who has been affected by this, and my prayers go out… Continue reading process of my mind.
The Strand Arcade's yearly 'Evening with Our Designers' is pretty much my annual fashion event (i.e. the only real fashion event I ever get to). Goes in the diary as soon as it can. And then it's time to start trying to save some pennies so that I can purchase even just one thing. There… Continue reading the dream.
Gardens are such a gift. I have always been fascinated by them. I remember the first little flower I planted. I wouldn't say I'm the best keeper and soother of green things though. I'm pretty sure I gave up watering it after a week. And things haven't improved much even after all these years. My… Continue reading the commune (ish).