Today’s fashion post is not an outfit but something I wanted to share for a while. I have a lot of jewellery and I thought I’d pick my top favourite pieces or ones that have some sentimental value to me.
WINTER FLORALS | REVIEW CLOTHING
A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by REVIEW which is an Australian clothing brand to feature an outfit here on my blog. I didn’t know about the brand before that but when I searched their website and through the lookbooks, I genuinely liked the clothing.
I like to think my general style is girly and classic and the clothing at REVIEW fitted that. I love florals, stripes and lace which the brand has throughout their collections. I’ve also been re-watching Gossip Girl and the style of REVIEW is very Blair Waldorf. I chose two pieces from the current collection to share with you today. See the full outfit details below.
Last minute wedding guest outfit
Last Saturday, I was invited to a wedding. It was my first Indian wedding which was quite exciting. However, I wasn’t fully prepared for it and I scrambled for an outfit at the very last minute. I didn’t have a saree so I didn’t dress up traditional but I still really liked this outfit I ended up wearing.
For more of my outfit details and snaps from the wedding, continue below.
Asos Polka Dot Dress
Winter has finally hit NZ and the temperature is dropping fast. A few weeks ago, I could still get away with bare legs but not any more. Before I start featuring my favourite winter outfits, I wanted to share this specific one.
For more outfit details, click below.
I shared my ‘What I got for Christmas‘ on the blog and same with that, I also love watching/reading what people got for their birthdays. January is my birthday month so I got a few presents which I want to share with you all.
This looks more like a Karen Walker haul too since I picked up a few things from the brand but it has become a tradition for me to have something from Karen Walker.
If you want to see what I got, continue below.
Melbourne Haul: Jewellery
Here’s another part of my Melbourne series. If you’ve read my beauty haul, you’d know I did a lot of shopping during my trip and today’s post is focused on the jewellery items I picked up.
As you’ll see in the photo above, I treated myself and got something from this little shop called Tiffany.
I’m back with another outfit post and today is featuring my other clothing purchase from the NZ Fashion Week Designer Pop-up sale. This dress is from x-plain.
It’s a simple outfit but you can’t go wrong with a little black dress!
Nails: Essie e-nuf is e-nuf
I’ve only recently gotten into Essie nail polishes. I’ve known the brand for a long time but I never purchased one because of the price. They’re not the cheapest out there and I tend to gravitate towards inexpensive polishes because I never finish them and they dry out anyway.
However, I couldn’t resist picking up this Essie nail polish in e-nuf is e-nuf. This nail polish is so bright which is perfect for the upcoming summer months.
I have always been a girly girl and pink has been my favourite colour for as long as I can remember. I don’t have a lot of pink clothing but I have an abundance of the colour in other forms. I’ve always been attracted to it and it’s a happy colour for me.
I thought I’d share with you my current favourite pink items in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness. If you didn’t know, October is Breast Cancer Month so there are a lot of fundraising and pink-themed events going on to help raise awareness and money to breast cancer through the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.
Thrifted Black Dress
I have been meaning to post this dress for quite a while but I waited to feature it in a thrift haul first. At long last, it’s here and I’m excited to share it today.
I wore this dress to NZ Fashion Week but styled it differently. Today’s outfit is more dressed up and all the details will be down below.