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What I Wore: London Calling

6th June, 2020

I’m a firm believer in the high-low mix and the right pieces can make the simplest of outfits feel luxe and special. You can usually find me in jeans and a white tank a lot of the time and one way I love to elevate it is with statement pieces that can give an outfit a little personality. It’s also the perfect blank canvas to take an outfit in any direction. This Camilla and Marc tank and relaxed jeans, are a great option for the off duty style, and have found it to be particularly great for loungewear too.

I’ve always found trench coats to be the ultimate style staple and the Burberry trench is one of the most iconic, classic iterations of it. The British brand has always produced beautiful, timeless trenches which I’ve always loved, but this version features a few modern touches that give it an on trend feel, and takes the style in a more fashion forward direction. It’s also such a great piece to pair back with denim, as it adds a touch of polish in an effortless way.

Accessories that are slightly different and have a unique feel are always a plus, and this Burberry bag with its circular shape and logo feature is such a fun addition to any look. I’m also a fan of crossbody bags as it allows me to go hands-free, while still allowing me to carry all my essentials. 

Credits: Coat and bag, Burberry; Tank and jeans, Camilla and Marc

Photography: Sophia Athas

This post was produced in collaboration with Burberry

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What I Wore: On Track

29th May, 2020

I did a recent a post where I spoke about the tracksuit’s makeover, and if there was ever a time to jump aboard and embrace the humble trackie it’s now. Case in point: this set by Camilla and Marc. This co-ord set is all about form meeting function—it looks great but is insanely comfortable.

What’s also great about this set is that there’s a textural element at play wiht the cord fabrication. It just adds another layer of interest to a tracksuit. Meanwhile the silhouette, with the zip feature and voluminous sleeves add some elevated design elements that take it from a tracksuit to a fashion piece that you could comfortable wear around the house or out to grab a coffee.

If you’ve yet to embrace stylish loungewear, the time is now because there are so many great pieces available. Plus with winter around the corner, who doesn’t want to stay warm and cosy while being fashionable at the same time?

Credits: Hoodie and track pants, Camilla and Marc

Photography: Sophia Athas

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What I Wore: In The Bag

1st May, 2020

One of the things I’ve always invested in when it comes to my wardrobe is quality bags. I wear them so often and are such a key accessory to every look that I will largely save up for designer pieces and splurge on them occasionally as opposed to buying lots of pieces here and there that might not have such longevity. The construction and materials used in a designer bag ensure they’re incredibly well made which means I will have them for many many years to come.

I’ve got a few favourite brands that I always come back to but I’ve always had a bit of a soft spot for Bulgari’s Serpenti bags. The classic style is a great size for carrying my daily essentials and the structured design guarantees it always looks polished. One of my favourite parts is the serpent clasp. It’s a statement feature and so iconic that it really makes the bag. I was a bit daring with this option and went for white which while it requires a bit more care really does go with virtually everything in my closet. I also really like the double chain straps which adds an elegant touch.

To ensure that any designer purchases I make go the distance I always opt for permanent features of a particular brand’s range and this design has been a constant. I highly recommend this as a buying strategy as it ensures that a bag doesn’t look dated, which is what can happen with designs that are tied to a particular season. And really who wouldn’t want a beautiful bag that lasts a lifetime?

Credits: Dress, Camilla and Marc; Bag, Bulgari

Photography by Sophia Athas, Hatrik

This post was produced in collaboration with Bulgari

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What I Wore: Mini Moment

31st March, 2020

I’m currently compiling a mental list of outfits I really want to wear once everything goes back to normal and this look is one of them. My current routine of home schooling, working from home and Netflix sessions doesn’t quite require this level of dressiness so until then, I’m remembering this shoot fondly.

This Camilla and Marc blazer-style mini dress is just the right balance of sophisticated and classic, but with a hint of playfulness that avoids it from feeling or looking too stuffy. It’s also such a versatile piece as it can easily be worn with bare legs but worked back with pants once temperatures drop. I love the textured finish from the fabrication to the detail on the pockets, and the contrasting buttons add a punchy element that allows the look to pop.

I wanted to wear simple accessories with this look and couldn’t go past my two-tone Chanel slingback flats. They’re a comfortable option for when I need a slightly more dressy shoe to go with my outfit and I’ve found them to go with so many different pieces in my wardrobe and can easily be worn with casual ensembles too. As the final finishing touch I opted for a sleek structured Gucci shoulder bag with a chain link feature. The colour makes it really versatile while the elegant design elevates it into something special.

Credits: Dress, Camilla and Marc; Shoes, Chanel; Bag, Gucci

Photography: Sophia Athas

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What I Wore: Neutral Gear

9th January, 2020

Whoever said neutrals are boring never met a dress like this. This Camilla & Marc dress is a subdued hue but the sleek and elegant silhouette elevate it into something that can be worn throughout summer, making it the ideal look for warm days and balmy nights. The twisted halter neck design is sleek and adds a subtly sexy touch while the ruched back gives the dress an interesting feature but as a bonus, makes it ultra comfortable too. Also, I’m a fan of any dress with pockets (utilitarian and a great design feature) and the midi length is flattering and fun.

I wanted to wear toned down accessories with this look and something quite tonal too. So I opted for monogrammed Louis Vuitton ankle boots which has a subtle logo design so it doesn’t overwhelm the look, but a good boot helps ground the look. This look doesn’t call for fussy pieces so I went for a simple hat. Just the thing to complement this minimalist dress, and in the same colour family, it helps pull the entire look together.

Photography by Sophia Athas, Hatrik

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Dress: Baxter Dress, Camilla and Marc

Shoes: Silhouette Ankle Boot, Louis Vuitton

Hat: Cardi, Helen Kaminski 

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What I Wore: Country Mile

4th January, 2020

I wore this look on a shoot at the beautiful Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley and fell in loved with its modern take on Victorian style. The Aje blouse (one of my fave Aussie brands right now) has a classic feel to it but with the blouson sleeves, the silhouette feels modern. Also crisp white shirts are a staple in my wardrobe so I love how this shirt taps into that versatility but still manages to give a fresh take on it.

I’m always a fan of a monochrome colour palette as it’s always guaranteed to be a chic combination so I opted to pair the shirt with white leather pants. Leather leggings also have great contemporary feel and work beautifully with everything from a white button down or a t-shirt or sweater. In keeping with the rustic feel of my surroundings, I worked a pair of riding boots into my look which provides a great contrast to the more dressy feel of my outfit.

Photography by Sophia Athas, Hatrik

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Credits: Top, Aje; Pants (similar), Camilla and Marc

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What I Wore: Ladies’ Luncheon 2019

21st November, 2019

There are a number of charities I’ve been involved with but the annual Ladies’ Luncheon fundraiser for The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation, organised by my friend Deborah Symond ONeil is one event that I like to get behind and look forward to attending. This year, the event raised $340,000 — much needed funds for a worthy cause that assists premature babies to survive and thrive.

A special occasion called for a special dress and I found the perfect candidate in this Camilla & Marc dress. The off-the-shoulder style is so perfect for a spring event, whilst the blouson sleeves are right on trend. The metallic colour also gave it a thoroughly modern feel, whilst the front split adds an edgy touch.

Working with metallic shades calls for simplicity which is why I opted for plain black Stuart Weitzman heels which are quite minimalist. A metallic pink Bulgari clutch added a pop of colour whilst beautiful Chaumet jewellery were the ideal finishing accoutrements.

Photography by Blake Heywood

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Dress, Camilla and Marc (currently not available); Jewellery, Chaumet; Heels, Stuart Weitzman; Bag, Bulgari

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What’s on my shopping wish list this month

15th November, 2019

The Pouch Small Leather Clutch | Bottega Veneta

Crystal-Logo Hair Comb | Gucci

X Oliver Peoples La CC Rectangular Sunglasses | The Row

Off- the-Shoulder Balloon-Sleeve Dress | Bottega Veneta

GG-Logo Snakeskin-Trim Raffia Bucket Hat | Gucci

BV Lido Intrecciato-Woven Leather Sandals | Bottega Veneta

Faith Midi Skirt | Camilla and Marc

Strapless Ostrich-Feather Strapless Mini Dress | The Attico

High Neck Cut-Out Wool-Blend Bodysuit | Bottega Veneta

Lumen Blazer | Camilla and Marc

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What I Wore: Cherry Bomb

5th October, 2019

For reporting duties with 7 Racing I wanted something that was vibrant and feminine and couldn’t look past this beautiful cerise Camilla and Marc mini dress. The rich colour gives the frock some drama, whilst the fitted silhouette complemented by the oversized balloon sleeves, was a great contrast in proportions. Also I’m always a fan of anything with a dramatic detail and I love the open back feature of this dress and the lace panelling on the side.

With volume at play, I knew my accessories needed to be quite streamlined. I opted for minimalist black heels which subtly complemented my dress without overwhelming it. I then added a Nerida Winter headpiece—something sleek and understated whilst my Fendi top handle bag was the perfect little accessory to add a dainty touch to my entire look.

Credits: Dress, Camilla and Marc; Headpiece, Nerida Winter; Shoes, Christian Louboutin; Bag, Fendi.

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What I Wore: Sharpen Up

3rd September, 2019

I’ve been after a skirt suit that’s sharp but not too dressy to take me through spring. I knew I wanted it to be the ideal go-to look for everything from a work meeting to an event so I was quite particular about the colour and shape. This neutral set by Camilla and Marc definitely fits the brief. The double breasted jacket with contrasting buttons is just the right vibe to be versatile whilst pairing it back with a skirt gives it a feminine feel.

Given the suit is quite pared back I decided to dial up the boldness of my accessories. I knew I wanted a statement bag with this ensemble so this logo Fendi tote was the ideal option. It’s just the right size to take me through the day and punchy enough with the classic Fendi Fs. I also like the fact it looks professional but still has a fashion forward feel.

When it comes to my shoes I decided on strappy Giuseppe Zanotti sandals with a crystal heel. The interesting heel really gives it a modern and glam touch. Whilst the final finishing touch was a pair of skinny Poppy Lissiman sunglasses. I found the thin profile really adds a contemporary feel to an otherwise classic look.

Photography by Kira Ollmann, Hatrik

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Jacket: Aline Blazer, Camilla and Marc

Skirt: Camilla and Marc

Bag: Classic Peekaboo Bag, Fendi

Shoes: Farrah, Giuseppe Zanotti

Sunglasses: Le Skinny – Black, Poppy Lissiman 

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