Waves, denim, undone.
When I initially wrote this post, I broke it into three separate posts, but time (READ: one week) has passed and I thought I would just condense it into one helluva post.
Hey so-called “clothing gods”, riddle me this: Why is getting into a style rut is so easy, but getting out of a style rut is so hard?
When you’re shopping for new additions to your wardrobe – especially with a change in season it’s easy to buy new items and get them home and be dissatisfied. Here are four of my tips that I swear by when buying new clothes.
As the temperatures drop and we don’t feel as thirsty it’s easy to forget to drink those 8+ glasses of water a day, but, can you get dehydrated in cold weather?
Spoiler: Eyeliner is not one of them. I can not do eyeliner to save my life.
I thought wearing Camilla & Marc, one of my favourite Australian designers was the best way to kick off Monday. I am a green convert.
As I write this I am slowly falling asleep…But here it is, the details of my MBFW outfit from DAY ONE.
The colours of your wardrobe and how you mix them are one of the most defining features of your own personal style. Today I have simplified choosing your palette, to help you build a cohesive wardrobe, no matter what season you’re currently in.
So how do you create a cohesive wardrobe? Well, here’s some advice from 16 years old Ally. Don’t buy things on inpulse, and never buy cargo pants. They’re horrible and should only be worn by no one.
At the moment I am all about minimising what’s in my beauty arsenal. Double-duty products I love you. Thanks for helping me save time, money and space…