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.
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.
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.
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.