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The shoes I’ve currently got on repeat

13th November, 2023

Shoes are obviously the kind of thing that you can’t leave the house without but for me there are certain kinds of shoes that cement themselves in my wardrobe as a staple. They range from flats to heels, casual to dressy, but there’s a core group that I’ll be guaranteed to be wearing most days. I’ve found this to be simply because of the ease in which the work back with any outfit. I like shoes that are effortless, that I can pair them with a number of different outfits and I know they’re pretty much guaranteed to work every single time. So, which have made the cut? These are the five that I’ve currently got on high rotation.

Chanel slingbacks

I’ve written about these Chanel slingbacks in the past and I still attest to how great they are. Not only are they ultra comfortable to walk in (this can sometimes be a problem with slingbacks when the strap keeps falling down) but they add a stylish touch to any outfit. The classic Chanel beige/black combination is always guaranteed to elevate any look, but is also a versatile colour pairing that works back with so many different ensembles.

Gucci leather thong sandal

These Gucci thongs have been in my wardrobe for a few summers now so have truly proven themselves in terms of cost per wear. A good white sandal is a summer staple as it’s able to anchor a number of different outfits, given how versatile the colour is. I’ve worn these with shorts, dresses, skirts, jeans, wide leg pants… I could go on, such is the frequency with which I wear them. These shoes seem to have become a core style for the brand, rather than a seasonal style, so they do go up in price every few months. If you’re interested in them, I’d snap them up now!

Camilla and Marc shearling slides

If ever there was a shoe that’s become an unexpected transeasonal dressing hero in my wardrobe it’s these shearling slides by Camilla and Marc. I know they’re a slightly quirkier shoe choice and not everyone loves a sandal that’s got such a standout textural feature, but I have worn these shoes so much. They help bridge that seasonal gap between when the weather goes from cool to hot and vice versa given the shearling lining. Plus they’re just downright really comfortable.

Bottega Veneta heels

Party shoes are a necessity in my wardrobe as I’m often at numerous events throughout the year and these were definitely worth the splurge. They’re not cheap so I was determined to get maximum use out of them and I’m pleased to say I have. They’ve been with me to lunches, launches, the races, weddings, work events, you name it.  That’s always the sign of a worthwhile spend, when something sees you through so many different occasions and they become your go-to shoe.

Chanel dad sandals

You either love dad sandals or you don’t and I fall into the former camp. Can’t get enough of them. I bought these almost a year ago and they’re such a good wardrobe addition. Not only are they unbelievably comfortable to walk in but they’re great for casual and even slightly dressier looks. Everyone’s been talking about the wrong shoe theory of dressing, where you pair an unexpected shoe with an outfit to create some interest and personality and I’d have to say these fall into that category.

Tell me—what shoes are you currently loving in your wardrobe?

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What I wore this week

19th October, 2023

The weather was a bit up and down this week so I had to pull out some wintery pieces that I thought had gone into hibernation for good. Such is the unpredictability when it comes to the weather at this time of year! I had a few meetings and some running around to do so I had a few outfits that were a little dressy, but mostly it was about comfort. A few of my new season favourites featured heavily in my outfit rotation, which is great as I love being able to get maximum wear out of everything. Here’s what I wore this week.

I needed something nice and toasty this week and this loungewear set by Joslin is heaven. It’s super soft so it’s perfect for spending the day in at home, but it’s elevated enough that I can wear it when I’m heading out. Love the textured finish on both the jumper and pants. I finished it off with my shearling Camilla and Marc slides, which are such a great transeasonal shoe.

Credits: Jumper and pants, Joslin; Slides, Camilla and Marc

When something is in rotation every week you know it’s a worthwhile wardrobe addition. These Anna Quan tailored pants work back with so many different tops in my closet, and are a bit of a style chameleon. I can easily dress them up or down. I’ve aslo been wearing this off-the-shoulder Viktoria and Woods top almost weekly. I’ve always been a fan of an off-the-shoulder neckline and this top sits well and doesn’t feel like it’s going to fall down, which is often a problem with other similar styles. Thumbs up!

Credits: Top, Viktoria and Woods; Pants, Anna Quan; Bag, Dior; Sunglasses, Vehla

My workout looks are almost always in muted tones, and black features quite heavily in the mix. This is a great Lorna Jane set as it sits well, offers support where it needs to and it’s quite breathable.

Credits: Crop (similar here) and leggings (similar here), Lorna Jane

Suiting is always a fave of mine, but I love this as an option for warmer weather. It has all the polish of a suit, but without sleeves, the blazer feels a little more fashion forward (and more comfortable for hotter days). I went with some beige accessories, including my Fendi Peekaboo bag and minimalist Scanlan Theodore heels.

Credits: Sleeveless blazer and pants, Oroton; Bag (other colours here), Fendi; Heels, Scanlan Theodore


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What I wore this week

7th September, 2023

It’s another week of transeasonal dressing in Sydney and while I’m loving the warmer temperatures later in the day, there’s still a little bit of a chill in the air in the morning which I have to take into account. However, since it’s warmed up a lot I have taken the opportunity though to do a soft launch of a few spring/summer looks I’m planning, and I’m already forecasting I’ll be wearing them a lot through spring. There’s just so much good fashion out there right now! Here’s what I wore this week.

Vests are really becoming a thing and I’m all for it. I like that it gives a pair of jeans a more elevated feel, and it’s so easy to work it back with other looks. Also PSA: if you’re looking for a great denim brand, I highly recommend Slvrlake. I have several pairs now and they’re all a great cut and fit in all the right places. I topped off this look with some Chanel to add some contrast pieces.

Credits: Vest, Viktoria and Woods; Jeans, Slvrlake; Bag and shoes, Chanel

One of my fave styling tricks is when I want to dress super casual ie jeans and sneakers, I pop on a blazer on top and all of a sudden it feels put together. This Camilla and Marc blazer is just the right fit, it’s roomy enough to feel a little more relaxed yet there’s still enough structure to it when I want it to look dressy.

Credits: Blazer (similar here), Camilla and Marc; Jumper, Witchery; Jeans, Ksubi; Bag, Dior; Sneakers, D.O.F, Sunglasses, Vehla

One of my favourite Aussie brands is Viktoria and Woods because their pieces always manage to look on trend but are always underpinned by a polished vibe. This pairing looks really cute worn together, but I’ve already bookmarked them both for spring/summer outfits I’ve got planned. For example how great would the top look with a pair of wide leg pants? They’re both a definite winner.

Credits: Top and skirt, Viktoria and Woods; Bag and shoes, Chanel

Credits: Top and jeans, Bayse by Elliot Garnaut; Slides (similar here), Camilla and Marc

I’ve really been loving the collab between my friend Elliot and Bayse – I’ve worn these jeans previously with a white tank, but it goes equally as well with this knit top. It’s the perfect shade of grey and it works great against the indigo colour of the jeans. I threw on a pair of shearling lined slides as they make for the perfect transeasonal shoe when the weather is still going from hot to cold during the day.


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What I wore this week

24th August, 2023

Lots of things on this week, so plenty of outfits to plan. There was plenty of denim in rotation going from a crisp white one minute to a dark indigo wash the next — it just goes to show how much I live in jeans and my wardrobe just couldn’t function without them. A few polished pieces such as a blazer and coat, plus a few pops of Chanel and it was a great wardrobe week all round. Here’s what I wore.

A black blazer is often one of my failsafe options whenever I need to look polished yet don’t want to fuss around too much with my outfit. This Camilla and Marc blazer is just the right cut, shape and weight to be on constant rotation right now, and it’s definitely the kind of piece that can be worn year-round. A simple white top and straight leg jeans are a great way to keep things a bit more casual, but I added a few elevated touches with a crossbody Chanel bag and Bottega Veneta heels.

Credits: Blazer, Camilla and Marc; Top (similar here), Zara; Jeans (similar here), Viktoria and Woods, Heels, Bottega Veneta; Bag, Chanel

I went to the Aje Athletica runway show and wanted to show my support with a look from the brand. This is a new season set and it’s a winner. The fit is great, I love thick logo band on the crop and leggings and it’s just the right thickness to feel supported. The cropped jacket is also a great casual piece that I can throw on over activewear, but the black and sand colour way give it a bit of a fashion edge.

Credits: Jacket, crop top, leggings; Aje Athletica; Sneakers, DOF

My friend Elliot Garnaut has collaborated with the brand Bayse and every piece in the collection is something I could see myself wearing a lot. Case in point: this tank and jeans. The jeans are a great oversized fit and in a dark denim wash it feels a little dressier than your average pair of jeans. A pop of white in the form of this tank adds some lightness. It’s also the ideal shape to wear on its own or to use as a layering piece.

Credits: Tank and jeans, Bayse by Elliot Garnaut; Slides (similar here), Camilla and Marc

Party-ready with Gracie! I’ve been wearing this Assembly jumper non-stop because it’s the ideal weight and oversized fit that it goes with virtually everything I own and is perfect for the weather we’re having right now in Sydney which is feeling decidedly transeasonal. I added a coat by Dissh as the weather can sometimes turn, and a pair of cropped white jeans kept the look quite tonal. Paired with my Chanel bag and slingback flats, it’s a great high-low mix.

Credits: Coat, Dissh; Jumper, Assembly Label; Jeans (similar here), Slvrlake; Bag and heels, Chanel; Sunglasses, Vehla


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What I Wore: Winter Magic

15th August, 2023

I recently shot a collaboration with Glasshouse Candles’ new Last Run in Aspen scent and it called for a wintery look that still had a lightness and brightness to it. I love wearing whites and creams during winter as I think everything generally tends to be quite heavy when it comes to traditional cool weather colours.

When it came time to put this outfit together I decided to brighten things up, working around a great pair of white Slvrlake Jeans. This Los Angeles based brand should definitely be on your radar when it comes to denim — I have a few different silhouettes from them and I wear them year round. This pair is a great high waisted style and is juuuust the right cropped length (I find some crops tend to be a tad too short or too long on me). Also the style is a great compromise between skinny jeans (I know, we’re not allowed to wear these anymore Gen Z!) and a straight leg pair.

I live in a rotation of various knits from Aussie brands throughout winter, and the one I’m wearing here is by Assembly Label. The Ava knit style features a drop shoulder which I’ve always found to be universally flattering and feels and looks very effortless. It’s also a great creamy colour that’s easily worked back with a number of different pants and skirts.

Lastly, I adore anything featuring shearling when it comes to footwear as it does double duty in keeping my feet toasty but also adding an element of interest. These chunky slides by Camilla and Marc are the best! They’re so comfy and the extra fluffy footbed means I can get away with wearing open shoes during winter, but I can also transition them to spring.

Credits: Sweater, Assembly Label; Jeans, Slvrlake; Slides, Camilla and Marc

Photography: Ashleigh Larden


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What I wore this week

22nd June, 2023

The temperatures have well and truly dipped in Sydney so it has given me the perfect reason to bring out a few of my favourite winter staples. There’s nothing I love more than layering cosy separates, and this season I’ve got some very wearable pieces that are on trend, but also do the job of keeping my very snug and warm when I’m out and about. That said, there have also been some events on the cards, so I’ve had the opportunity to get frocked up and wear some great dresses. Here’s what I wore this week.

Credits: Coat, Aje; Jumper, Witchery; Jeans (similar here), Viktoria and Woods, Sneakers, D.O.F; Bag, Dior

This teddy coat by Aje is honestly the next best thing to roaming the streets with a blanket wrapped around me. It’s so cosy and warm! I love that it’s a long length style too, which ticks the on trend box, but also manages to insulate me from the chilly weather. Plus it gives great texture and the colour is so easy to pair back with multiple outfits. I popped on a pretty simple outfit underneath – a grey jumper and jeans, but the coat really adds a little extra oomph. These D.O.F sneakers are a few years’ old but they have managed to remain current in their style and silhouette which is always a tick for me.

Credits: Dress, Aje; Heels, Bottega Veneta

Where would I be without Aje for their never ending supply of great dresses? This particular midi dress is made from a thick ribbed fabric which I found to maintain a really flattering shape, while the frills add a little extra to a simple and sleek design. It’s what I’d imagine an LBD inspired by the dancing senorita emoji would look like!

Credits: Dress and bag, Ralph Lauren

I’ve got a lot of preppy pieces from Ralph Lauren so this dress is a bit of a departure from that. However, how great is it? Love the navy as a great alternative to a traditional black dress, while the deep V-neck and cut outs add a glam, contemporary touch to such a simple silhouette. Also, this croissant shaped bag feels very on trend right now so it definitely had to accompany me.

Credits: Top and blazer, Camilla; Jeans, Viktoria and Woods; Sneakers, D.O.F; Bag, Dior

Blazers are getting quite the workout in my outfit rotations these days. This oatmeal/grey blazer is a little oversized which feels very modern in its silhouette. It’s such an easy colour to work back with everything and I like that it makes the outfit feel a little less formal compared to a jacket in a darker colour. I popped this blazer on over a simple tank, and worked it back with white straight leg jeans which are my new favourite thing. It’s such a great cut and so versatile. My D.O.F sneakers made another appearance, while my green Dior Book bag added a touch of colour.

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What I wore this week

15th June, 2023

It’s the week for a round up of the more dressy looks I’ve worn of late. Events, interviews and work commitments have given me the perfect excuse to break out a few of my fave pieces, plus some new additions. The theme seems to be that I’m in my suiting season right now, as I cannot get enough of this style staple. The great thing about it is that it can be worn in so many different iterations, so whether it’s a traditional suit or a vest and pants set there’s nothing a suit can’t work for. Here’s what I wore this week.

Credits: Top, Alaia; Pants, SIR, Heels, Giuseppe Zanotti; Sunglasses, Poppy Lissiman

Alaia have released an ‘Editions’ collection which features designs from their archives dating from 1981 – 2017 and this ultra flattering bodysuit is from that range. It’s on the exxy side but the quality and fit is amazing. It’s made from a stretch knit which is comfy and achieves a really smooth line, while the off the shoulder silhouette is one of my faves as it’s ultra flattering. I wore this with a simple pair of black trousers from SIR and Giuseppe Zanotti heels. You can’t beat an all black ensemble for hitting all the right notes when it comes to looking polished.

Credits: Jacket and pants, Rebecca Vallance; Heels, Witchery

I love a suiting moment of any kind and Rebecca Vallance always does a great suit. This oatmeal coloured set feels very fresh and modern and gives this suit a lightweight feel. I like the fact suits are able to be worn in so many different ways to change up their look and feel, and this time around I decided to wear the jacket buttoned up to act as more of a top rather than a jacket. However a quick addition of a white tank underneath plus white sneakers and it immediately gives it an on trend vibe. The versatility factor definitely contributes to my love of suiting.

Credits: Vest and pants, Seed; Heels, Bottega Veneta

I do like the current trend of vests worn with tailored pants which gives a suit a more modern spin. Hot tip: check out Seed’s tailored options. I got this set from there and it definitely has the upmarket feel of bespoke tailoring minus the price tag. I wore this with my Bottega Veneta heels to give it a more feminine vibe, but if I wanted to dress it down I could definitely get away with wearing this set with sneakers.

Credits: Dress, Camilla and Marc; Heels, Giuseppe Zanotti

I was doing a try on session at Camilla and Marc and came upon this super cute dress. I love the ruching detail down the middle which adds a point of interest while the maxi hem gives it an elegant feel. I went with a simple pair of heels in this instance as I liked its understated vibe.


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What I Wore: The Inbetween

13th April, 2023

Currently trying to dress for the in between period of transeasonal weather always brings its own set of challenges. It’s often quite chilly in the morning so I need to keep warm, but then the weather gets warmer later in the day and I don’t want to be left sweltering in my outfit. So, layering lightweight pieces is currently my go-to. Working with layers means I can easily tailor my outfit to the temperature and one of the best pieces I have to do this is a trench. The trench coat is right on trend and is without a doubt one of the best coats to wear throughout the day. It’s lightweight enough that I won’t overheat as the day progresses but looks perfect thrown over a short sleeved top and does the job of keeping me warm when required. The perfect trench this season is a little oversized, mid length (or cropped just above the ankle) and can be worn with the sleeves pushed up. You don’t want anything too tight or short—it’s all about a relaxed, effortless fit. I love this sandy colour as it’s super easy to work back with multiple pieces and has a classic vibe to it.

I wore this look while shopping/shooting content for a collaboration so comfort was key. Opting for a white t-shirt and jeans combination is a tried and tested outfit formula of mine when I want to be comfy yet polished. These Viktoria and Woods jeans are the perfect baggy silhouette that we’ll be seeing everywhere this season (they’re on sale too) and look great when layered with a trench. Plus I find it’s a fresh way to wear jeans this season and reinvigorates my rotation of denim looks.

Accessorising a pared back canvas like this outfit is always fun as I like to throw in a splash of colour or something striking to offset the more understated feel of this outfit. So I opted for a bottle green Dior tote to add an injection of brightness, while a pair of Luv Lou sunnies added a fun touch. To tie everything together, the perfect transeasonal shoe by Camilla and Marc. These slides feature a shearling lining which is so cosy, and have the added bonus of allowing me to extend the wear of open shoes well into autumn!

Credits: Trench (similar here) and shoes, Camilla and Marc; T-shirt, Uniqlo; Jeans, Viktoria and Woods; Bag, Dior; Sunglasses, Luv Lou

Photography: Ashleigh Larden


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What I wore this week

30th March, 2023

Doing this round up each week is always a great reminder of the current pieces I have in my closet, which often sparks new ideas for how to style them. I love being able to mix and match current pieces in new ways and always enjoy giving them a spin with old favourites. I embraced a number of different outfits this week, from a trendy take on suiting, to dresses with personality and my go-to looks for working out. Here’s what I wore this week.

Credits: Vest, pants, bag and heels, Seed Heritage

Vests and pants are one of my favourite interpretations of traditional suiting right now. The vest feels feminine and polished, and worked back with tailored pants it makes for a modern look. This look is head-to-toe Seed Heritage which is often a go-to of mine when it comes to trend pieces with a classic spin. I accessorised this with a white pouch bag (note: a very Bottega silhouette for a fraction of the price) to add a touch of softness to the clean lines, while nude heels help elongate my frame.

Credits: Dress, Acler; Sandals, Aquazzura

This was at a fitting with 7Racing and front and centre was one of my favourite brands, Acler. This sunshine yellow dress was just the right pop of colour to brighten up my mood. Meanwhile the puff sleeves are a forever favourite detail of mine when it comes to dresses, while the deep V-neck makes for a flattering neckline. I have had these gold Aquazzura sandals forever and I still consider them a neutral in how easily they pair with so many different looks.

Credits: Top, Lorna Jane; Leggings, Camilla and Marc; Sneakers, Asics; Hat, Nike; Bag, Furla, Sunglasses, RayBan

Workout day means you’ll often find me in mostly black athleisure pieces. I love Camilla and Marc’s activewear range as they give a fashion-ey spin to sportswear, and Lorna Jane is a longtime fave for basics like this black tank. Black sneakers are my go-to for exercising as I find they go with more pieces, and as I train a lot outdoors, they’re easier to keep clean!

Credits: Dress, Kate Ford; Slides, Hermes

I’ve managed to get some great mileage out of this Kate Ford dress, which is always a sign of a good wardrobe addition. It’s perfect for dressing up or down, and I’ve worn this with heels and flats so it’s a truly versatile staple.



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What I wore this week

2nd March, 2023

It’s officially the first week of autumn but the wear has still been quite warm in Sydney so I’ve been able to have most of my fave summer pieces still in rotation. That said, I’m really cultivating a love affair with tailored pants and will continue to do so seemingly into the coming months as I’m wearing them so often. Also I’ve brought out a few of my fave accessories to help round out my looks this week, including a trusty classic Gucci bag and my fave sunnies. Here’s what I wore this week.

Loving sets for easy, polished options on busy days. This set by Foemina has a relaxed vibe to it with the tunic and slim pants, but can be taken in different directions with a change in footwear. I went for super casual in this instance with the Birkenstocks but I could wear this look with a dressier sandal for something more elevated. Also, anything loose and airy is perfect for combatting the sticky heat we’ve been experiencing in Sydney.

Credits: Top and pants, Foemina; Shoes, Proenza Schouler x Birkenstock; Sunglasses, RayBan

My sartorial commitment to tailored pants continues. Camilla and Marc have been doing some gorgeous suiting inspired pieces, such as these pants. I always feel put together when I wear them, but it’s comfy enough to wear casually. The chunky sandal has become my go-to of late, and these shearling lines ones have been a fun, fashion forward addition to most of my looks.

Credits: Top, Bec and Bridge; Pants and slides, Camilla and Marc; Bag (similar here), Prada

Told you I loved a matching set! This raspberry coloured top and shorts by Bondi Born is the perfect pairing, and is a great option for doing the school run, while also being appropriate for when I need to look a little more dressed up. Both pieces are also easily worn separately so they’re a great wardrobe addition.

Credits: Top and shorts, Bondi Born

As we head into autumn, and the cooler weather it will bring, I’ve been stocking up on pants to have in rotation and this pair by Viktoria and Woods is definitely in the mix. I’ve had them for awhile and have really given them a workout, as I wear them most weeks, plus I packed them when I went overseas as testament to how wearable they are. I wore another great chunky sandal by Camilla and Marc (they’ve got some great footwear styles right now) to anchor the look and give it a trend element, while a classic Gucci shoulder bag and black sunnies add a touch of polish. Also, shout out to this Uniqlo tee—so comfy, so durable and a great shape.

Credits: T-shirt, Uniqlo; Pants and belt, Viktoria and Woods; Slides, Camilla and Marc; Bag, Gucci; Sunglasses, Le Specs


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