Fashion & Beauty – Kate Waterhouse https://katewaterhouse.com Thu, 23 Jan 2020 05:23:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 What I Wore: Check Mate https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-check-mate/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-check-mate/#respond Thu, 23 Jan 2020 03:42:02 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=34118 You’re all aware of my ongoing love affair with suiting which I’m happy to report is still going strong.…

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You’re all aware of my ongoing love affair with suiting which I’m happy to report is still going strong. I often find myself gravitating towards great suits simply because they’re such an easy outfit choice for so many different occasions. I wore the below Camilla and Marc suit during a photo shoot for Elle magazine last year, but have also worn the jacket separately to other events. And that’s the beauty of a suit—they’re quite the style chameleon and I’ve found them so easy to pair with other pieces in my wardrobe as separates.

The strong print of the jacket and pants I’m wearing below is great for making a statement but the navy shade in turn makes it quite versatile. And that’s something to look out for if you want to ensure a suit also has longevity: the right colour will mean that you’re able to easily work it back with existing pieces. I’ve found it quite easy to slip the blazer on over leather leggings or jeans and the double breasted cut is flattering and modern.

For such a strong look I wanted to go with accessories that weren’t too fussy or busy. Sleek and simple is always a winning combination. So I went for classic black pumps (note: always ensure that the length of your pants sits perfectly with whatever shoes you wear or you risk looking a little unpolished) for a fail-safe shoe choice. I kept my jewellery to a few of my faves—my go-to watch and bangle and stacked gold necklaces. Easy, effortless and elegant.

Photography by Sophia Athas, Hatrik

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Jacket: Dominique Jacket, Camilla and Marc

Pants: Dominique Trouser, Camilla and Marc

Shoes: Deneuve 105 bow-embellished suede pumps by Aquazzura

Earrings: Pearl Crystal Heart J’Adior Mise En Dior Tribal Earrings, Dior 

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Linden Cook Impression: The ultimate way to personalise jewellery https://katewaterhouse.com/linden-cook-impression-the-ultimate-way-to-personalise-jewellery/ https://katewaterhouse.com/linden-cook-impression-the-ultimate-way-to-personalise-jewellery/#respond Tue, 21 Jan 2020 22:00:00 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35069 Late last year I was invited by jewellery brand Linden Cook to their showroom to view their Impressions range…

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Late last year I was invited by jewellery brand Linden Cook to their showroom to view their Impressions range and was lucky enough to be able to create my own special necklace on the day. Each piece in the range is one-of-a-kind as each delicate pendant features a fingerprint impression. Mine features Sophia and Grace’s fingerprints, but the four of us, including Luke and myself were all able to experience having a traditional wax cast taken of our fingerprints on the day.

The whole process is incredibly easy but results in such a personal, unique piece. You can choose from four different lengths (or request a custom length), the number of fingerprints pendants you want and also the type of metal used. Once you’ve purchased it on the site, you’re sent a kit to take the wax impression, send the completed cast back to Linden Cook who will then start crafting your necklace. As each piece is handmade, it takes around 4-6 weeks to receive the finished piece.

I’m quite sentimental when it comes to my jewellery and love the pieces I wear to mean something so I was thrilled be able to have this experience. It’s very special to have a beautiful piece that allows me to have the girls with me always. If you’ve got an important milestone coming up this would definitely be a memorable way to mark it.

[Top necklace] The beautiful finished product

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What I Wore: Summer Dressing https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-summer-dressing/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-summer-dressing/#respond Tue, 21 Jan 2020 02:42:31 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35549 One of my favourite things about summer is being able to do relaxed, resort style dressing every day. While…

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One of my favourite things about summer is being able to do relaxed, resort style dressing every day. While I love the laidback element of this, I also like to maintain a polished feel to my looks which is why co-ord sets are perfect. A matching set evokes a sleek and pulled together vibe and makes for an easy go-to when I’m looking for an outfit that’s easy and unfussy.

This crop and matching pants set is made of a gorgeous lightweight silk which makes it ideal for warm, balmy summer days. It also maintains a little edge to it which I like. I decided to pair this with a wide brimmed straw hat which offers the practical purpose of providing very necessary sun protection while also adding an elegant touch to my ensemble.

Whenever I’m in resort style mode I always like to keep my accessories quite simple and pared back. I stuck with some of my favourite classic jewellery options in this instance with my much beloved coin necklace and gold earrings and bangle rounding out my look.

Photography by Sophia Athas

Credits: Top, Venroy; Pants, Venroy; Hat, Avenue;  Sunglasses, Vogue; Phone, Huawei

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Easy ways to help your child get ready to start school https://katewaterhouse.com/easy-ways-to-help-your-child-get-ready-to-start-school/ https://katewaterhouse.com/easy-ways-to-help-your-child-get-ready-to-start-school/#respond Mon, 20 Jan 2020 01:54:35 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35892 Sophia starts school this year and it’s brought on a few mixed emotions for both of us. Like most…

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Sophia starts school this year and it’s brought on a few mixed emotions for both of us. Like most parents, I’m shocked at how quickly the time has gone and that I now have a child who is starting kindergarten. I’m excited for her and can’t wait to see what the year brings, but I will also miss our mummy/daughter days and being able to spend loads of time with her throughout the week.

As for Sophia, she’s looking forward to starting but she loves her pre-school and is sad to be leaving her teachers and friends. We’ve visited her school already and she still seems a little overwhelmed as the grounds are so much bigger than what she’s used to. However I’m reassured by the fact that she will have friends from pre-school attending with her so I’m confident that she is going to love it. I think I’ll be the one who will be more upset at the school gate!

I’ve been busily trying to prepare Sophia for school both from an organisation perspective (stationery, uniforms and the like) but also in the drastic change to routine and environment. So if you’re in the same boat, with a little one about to head off to kindergarten, here’s what I’ve been doing…

School readiness skills

These are just some of the things that I know Sophia will encounter at school so we’ve been trying to do these things at home to help prep her for being at school/in the classroom.

– Practising writing her name, doing tracing activities and cutting and pasting to help strengthen her fine motor skills and also expose her to things she’s likely to do in class.

– We’ve been chatting a lot about letters and numbers so she’s familiar with them before starting school.

– Having to sit through lessons will be one of the biggest transitions Sophia will have to make so we’re practicing sitting down at the table for a more extended period of time. I’m getting her to complete a drawing/activity that lasts longer than five minutes to help expand her concentration skills.

– School is also about socialising with other children so we always go to parks, birthday parties and other events in our neighbourhood so she can get used to playing with others. This includes working on important skills that will be needed in school such as being comfortable taking turns, dealing with conflict and being around other kids. We’ve also been playing common schoolyard games like hide and seek, tip, kicking a ball etc so she’s familiar with them.

– Recess and lunch will of course be part of school routine, and Sophia has had lots of practice opening and closing and eating out of her lunch box at preschool. If your child has trouble getting their lunch out for any reason, it’s better to know now rather than when their actually at school already so you can work through it with them.

– As the holidays come to an end we have already started to get back into school bedtime routine and have sophia wake up and go to bed at the times she’ll need to when she starts school to help make the transition to her new school a lot easier.

– Sophia will of course have to use the bathroom at school by herself so whenever we take her to a public toilet, we’ve been practicing her going independently which includes locking and unlocking the door.

– As Sophia has attended preschool, she has got into the habit of being able to pack her school bag independently. To practice this skill initially we would get Sophia putting things in her bag and packing them away such as folding an A4 piece of paper in half and placing it in her bag.

Getting involved with the school

To help make the first day a little less daunting we’ve made sure to attend any school events or orientations so there will be some familiar faces when Sophia starts school. Also as there are a number of children from Sophia’s pre-school who will also be attending her school, we’ve tried to organise play dates with them during the holidays to help strengthen that bond prior to their first day at school.

Talking about school

I was given some great advice about how to talk about school which I’ve been doing. We’ve been avoiding referring to kindy as “big school” as it can seem a little daunting for children. Instead we’ve just been saying “primary school” or “starting a new school.” Also we chat about school in a positive light but also realistically. For example we don’t really keep emphasising how many friends Sophia will make as it can sometimes set unrealistic expectations as sometimes kids may struggle in this department.

General organisation

We’ve tried to stay abreast of any communications sent by the school to ensure that Sophia doesn’t miss out on any important information prior to starting kindy.

– I used these bento style lunch boxes when Sophia was in pre-school and think they’re great so we’ve got her another one for kindergarten. We also got her input with the design so felt involved and it’s something familiar when she’s at school.

– Much like pre-school everything has to be labelled at school so I’ve ordered some personalised name labels. Also it’s great in case anything goes astray.

– I’ve already ensured that our laundry is well stocked with the necessary stain removers and bleach as no doubt her uniform will end up with dirt/stains on it at some point. Also I’ve got some double sided hemming tape in case her hem comes undone one day—it’s a quick and easy way to fix it without having to get a needle and thread involved.

– We’ve tried to read books about starting school (to help open up conversation about school) and also upped our reading together. Whenever we read to Sophia we try and use our finger to track the words so she starts to make the association between language and sound.

Tell me—what things have you done/being doing to get your child ready for school?

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How to make fashion purchases you’ll always love https://katewaterhouse.com/make-fashion-purchases-youll-always-love/ https://katewaterhouse.com/make-fashion-purchases-youll-always-love/#respond Sat, 18 Jan 2020 22:00:55 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=17366 When it comes to shopping it’s easy to get caught up in the process and end up with something…

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When it comes to shopping it’s easy to get caught up in the process and end up with something that you may only be interested in for a short period of time. It’s these purchases that often end up gathering dust in your wardrobe and ultimately wind up on a ‘to throw away’ pile in the not too distant future. These purchases often add up and once you’ve done a final tally you’ll often realise (much to your dismay) that you could have bought a big ticket item that you truly love. Not to mention the fact that it’s important to try and minimise wastage and shop a little more consciously, rather than buying things all the time that inevitably get thrown away. 

So how can you go about making sure you end up buying things that you won’t fall out of love with in a week? Here are some key things to keep in mind:

Do some research

Shop around and check out what’s available out there. Whether it’s shoes or a dress you might find that you had one particular style in mind but once you’ve looked further you may find another style that you love even more.

Give yourself a cooling off period

Regretful purchases notoriously happen when you’ve seen something and immediately snap it up without giving it much further thought. Sometimes these purchases work out but more often than not you could end up something that you’ll lose interest in.

This is why it’s important to give yourself a cooling off period. If something catches your eye, sleep on it and reassess in the morning. If you’re still thinking about it then buy it. You’ll know it’s true love when you can’t get it out of your head.

Do the wardrobe test

Ask yourself if what you’re about to buy will realistically work with the rest of your wardrobe. Think about where you could wear it to, what you can wear it with and how many outfits you could pull together now if it were sitting in your wardrobe. If your answer to any of those questions is a bit sketchy then it might be worth reconsidering.

Consider cost per wear

Bear in mind that something is not cheap (even if it’s on sale and been reduced drastically) if you only end up wearing it once. That’s why I always factor in cost per wear whenever I’m buying anything.

Sometimes it can be easy to opt for something that may be slightly cheaper but not what you truly want however if you find that it hardly gets used then you’re not getting value for money. The same goes for buying something super expensive but then finding you barely wear it.

It makes much more sense to hang out for something you truly love. If something works out to be expensive but then you end up wearing it to death and the cost per wear ultimately ends up being $2 a day then you’re definitely onto a winner.

Assess the quality

The shine can quickly fade from something if it starts to look a little shabby and worse for wear after only a few uses. This is why I always recommend looking at the quality of something before purchasing it. Wherever possible, go for the best quality you can which includes materials, finishes and construction. 

 

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Fashion rules that shape my style https://katewaterhouse.com/fashion-rules-that-shape-my-style/ https://katewaterhouse.com/fashion-rules-that-shape-my-style/#respond Fri, 17 Jan 2020 22:00:20 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=20896 When it comes to fashion I’m all for experimentation and pushing the boundaries – ultimately that’s how style is…

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When it comes to fashion I’m all for experimentation and pushing the boundaries – ultimately that’s how style is shaped and discovered. However there are a few key things which I don’t really waver on when it comes to my wardrobe and what I wear. These are the fashion rules which have helped me walk out the door each day feeling confident in what I’m wearing and the best bit is, they’re so easy to follow…

Invest in key staples and know what suits

Through trial and error I’ve slowly identified what works for my shape and what doesn’t. Knowing this has helped me build up a wardrobe of key style staples that I can rely on time and again. Having these building blocks in my closet makes getting dressed so much easier.

Good tailoring is everything

The one fashion rule I always stick to is that all my clothes have to fit perfectly. I feel more confident when my clothes sit well so I make sure I get things tailored if they’re not quite right. It pays to find a good tailor that you trust to ensure that everything in your wardrobe fits just right. Tailored clothes will instantly make you look polished.

Buy quality garments

Longevity is important to me so I make sure that the items in my wardrobe that are always on high rotation are always of a great quality. I think it’s important to buy the best quality that you can afford. You can keep it economical by identifying what you will use the most. For example you might say you don’t think it’s worth investing in good jeans because they’re just for casual outings but if you end up wearing them all the the time you want something that’s not going to be ruined after one wash.

Consistently edit

I always have a part of my wardrobe that has pieces that I just wear over and over and it’s not always what I wear to get dressed up, it’s just pieces that are easy to put on and are a no-brainer on a day to day basis. To pull together this section I make sure to do regular audits of my wardrobe by keeping track of what I’m wearing all the time and what’s going unused. By being aware of what’s actually getting used I’m able to pull together a more functional edit of my closet—the benefit of this is that it also helps minimise morning wardrobe dilemmas!

Always have a balance

I tend to experiment with lots of different silhouettes and can go from voluminous pieces one minute to slim fitting garments the next. However my one rule is to always balance these pieces. If I’m doing quite a statement piece up top, I always make sure everything is pared back. If I’m doing quite fitted bottoms then I’ll always go for something with a bit more volume with my blouse or tee. This is to ensure that no one aspect of my look feels too over the top and that there it looks and feels balanced.

What are your fashion rules?

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What’s on my shopping wish list https://katewaterhouse.com/whats-on-my-shopping-wish-list-7/ https://katewaterhouse.com/whats-on-my-shopping-wish-list-7/#respond Fri, 17 Jan 2020 05:10:07 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35861 The first month of the year always has me wanting to get into wardrobe assessment mode to see what…

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The first month of the year always has me wanting to get into wardrobe assessment mode to see what updates I need to make, if any, and also what things are looking tired and need replacing. There’s something quite cathartic about starting with a solid, well-edited closet at the start of each year to help me get back into work mode and ready to start tackling big projects. So, here’s my current wish list. What’s on yours?

Printed Wool-Blend Felt Headband, Fendi

Headbands are one of my go-to forms of headwear because they can work back with so many different looks. Also, it doesn’t require much effort to make it happen unlike other hair accessories which may require a bit more finessing.

Layered Ribbed-Knit Camisole, Dion Lee

This is a great cami because it’s a good layering piece due to its colour, cut and style but it’s also easily able to hold its own when worked back with everything from a skirt to shorts and jeans.

Baye Thong Heel, Tony Bianco

Everything 90s is cool again including the heeled thong. I like the neutral tone of these as I know I’ll be able to wear them with so many different pieces in my wardrobe.

The Pouch Small Gathered Leather Clutch, Bottega Veneta

Everything Bottega Veneta is doing right now is perfection. I love the slouchy look of this clutch which gives it a relaxed feel and the buttery soft leather is a dream.

Flocked Woven Mini Skirt, Fendi

Logomania is still alive and kicking and this skirt by Fendi is a great statement piece, yet the colours make it really wearable and versatile.

Heure H 17.2mm very small gold-plated and textured-leather watch, Hermes

I am always on board when it comes to a beautiful timepiece and this elegant leather watch by Hermes is the kind of thing I can see myself wearing years from now as it’s such a classic design.

Shadow Cropped Ribbed-Knit Top, Dion Lee

Another beautiful layering piece. I also like the fact that I could wear this now but take it into autumn/winter by pairing it with warmer pieces.

Colibri Leather-Trimmed Logo-Print Mesh Slippers, Fendi

There’s something about a soft pink that makes the perfect accent piece for many a look. These slippers are great worn back with pants cropped at the ankle but could easily be worn with a dress.

Presley Ring, Amber Sceats

I tend to favour very simple jewellery and this ring definitely fits the brief. This can be paired with other accessories quite easily making it a great accessory to have in my collection.

Daria, Yuzefi

The unique design of this bag will make it the ideal statement piece to finish off an outfit. The colour and the oversized clasp and chain strap give it a really unique vibe.

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What I Wore: Black Beauty https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-black-beauty/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-black-beauty/#respond Thu, 16 Jan 2020 03:25:00 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=34184 A black dress is one of those things I can’t live without. It can be the cornerstone of many…

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A black dress is one of those things I can’t live without. It can be the cornerstone of many a look and is so versatile, wearable and has longevity. This Camilla and Marc dress is so effortless in its design—a sleek silhouette, simple yet interesting detailing and a flattering fit. It feels very modern while maintaining the eternally classic appeal that’s synonymous with the LBD.

The beauty with black dresses is that you can take them any direction you choose. You can dress them up to be something that feels quite formal or keep them casual with understated accessories. I love the freedom that that affords me and also it’s a great way to maintain a tight edit on pieces that I own as I can utilise one item in so many different ways.

I opted to keep this look quite sleek and simple. Worn with minimal jewellery and a relaxed hairstyle it evokes a polished vibe that doesn’t feel overly ‘done’. I can see myself wearing this look for many a work function or event but it also would be a quick go-to during my down time. And that chameleonic nature is what the LBD is all about.

Photography by Sophia Athas

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Dress: Faith Topstitch Twill Dress, Camilla and Marc

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The newest addition to my health and beauty routine https://katewaterhouse.com/the-newest-addition-to-my-health-and-beauty-routine/ https://katewaterhouse.com/the-newest-addition-to-my-health-and-beauty-routine/#respond Tue, 14 Jan 2020 22:00:04 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35605 There’s a seemingly endless array of supplements available out there and it’s hard to know what’s actually worth trying…

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Vida Glow’s extensive range

There’s a seemingly endless array of supplements available out there and it’s hard to know what’s actually worth trying and what might be best left on the shelf. When it comes to Aussie supplements there’s generally a more stringent process involved with what gets approved for sale so you’re much more likely to find something that’s worth introducing into your routine. That said, I’ve tried my share with varying results. Now that I’m a busy mum juggling family and career I want something that delivers, something that enables me to see and feel a noticeable difference, especially if I’m making the effort to introduce it into my already hectic routine.

For this reason I recently started working with Aussie ingestible beauty brand Vida Glow and love the results I’m seeing so far. Founded by Anna Lahey, the brand started with an ingestible marine collagen supplement in 2014, and has grown exponentially and now has an online presence in over 50 countries. Along with their marine collagen range, they’ve recently released a new supplement called Vida Glow Anti-G-Ox which is an effervescent powder designed to fight the signs of ageing caused from environmental accelerators (sleep deprivation, stress, pollution/climate). As a friend of the brand, I’ve introduced it into my health routine and have really noticed the difference.

Collagen is the protein which binds cells and tissues together and is naturally produced by the body, however as we age it decreases which can in turn affect the condition of our skin and hair. Vida Glow’s marine collagen helps to boost the body’s natural ability to produce collagen. Since I’ve introduced a collagen supplement into my routine I’ve noticed my hair and nails are stronger, my skin feels more toned and hydrated and it even helps with muscle recovery. It’s so easy too—I just pop a sachet into a glass of water and I’ve had my daily dose without even really needing to think about it.

As someone who invests in their skin and hair a lot, everything from regular visits to the hairdresser to facials and skincare, it’s good to be able to boost the effects of those efforts from the inside out. After all I’ve always said that if you start with a good base of healthy hair and a great complexion then the rest of your beauty routine will fall around that.

The newest addition to the Vida Glow family: Anti-G-Ox which fights the signs of ageing.
With Vida Glow founder Anna Lahey at the recent launch of the Anti-G-Ox supplement

This post was produced in collaboration with Vida Glow

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What I Wore: In Bloom https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-in-bloom-2/ https://katewaterhouse.com/what-i-wore-in-bloom-2/#respond Mon, 13 Jan 2020 23:52:20 +0000 https://katewaterhouse.com/?p=35509 A silhouette I’m really loving this summer is a classic wrap dress with blouson sleeves. I’ve always found wrap…

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A silhouette I’m really loving this summer is a classic wrap dress with blouson sleeves. I’ve always found wrap dresses to be really flattering as they help accentuate the waist and and the v-neck is a neckline that works for virtually everyone. It’s a feminine style, that depending on the print and colour can be casual, dressy or somewhere in between. I particularly love the voluminous sleeves on this dress. Playful and fun, they help soften the overall feel of the dress.

This Kate Spade dress is a great go-to option this season as the colour palette is just made for long days spent enjoying the sunshine. Orange and pink is an unlikely colour combination that just works—the bright shades play nicely against each other while still holding their own.

I was going for a more polished vibe on this day so it was all about sleek accessories that helped elevate the dress. I opted for an orange structured bag as it worked with the similar tones in the dress and provided a strong contrast to the softer elements of the frock. A white heel is such a great shoe option to have in your closet because it’s so easy to work back with virtually everything. Case in point: the Tony Bianco shoes I’m wearing here which I’ve worn several times since I got them. Paired with cat eye frames, this is the ideal look for the a dressy lunch or an upcoming event.

Photography by Sophia Athas, Hatrik

Credits: Dress, Kate Spade; Shoes, Tony Bianco; Bag, Espie Roche;  Sunglasses, Vogue; Phone/Phone case, Huawei/ The Daily Edited.

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