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What I wore this week

23rd February, 2023

It’s been busy getting back into the swing of things so it’s been awhile between outfit posts. However I’m back sharing a few of my fave looks of late. I’m still making the most of the warm weather, but we have been met with a chilly day or two in Sydney, so it’s been the perfect opportunity to elevate looks with the addition of a crisp blazer. I’ve also been taking the opportunity to play around with accessories, from sunglasses to statement jewellery and on trend footwear, it has been a fun week wardrobe-wise. Here’s what I wore.

Credits: Swimsuit, Bondi Born; Pants, Tory Burch; Slides, Hermes; Bag, Strathberry

I’ve had these printed Tory Burch pants for a few years and always love pulling them out in spring/summer as the print is so vibrant and fun. I tend to bring them whenever I’m on holiday because they’re a great go-to to brighten up an outfit. I decided to pair them with a black Bondi Born one piece to add a sleek touch, and yellow Hermes slides to add an extra hit of colour.

Credits: Blazer, Henne; T-shirt, Uniqlo; Jeans, Slvrlake; Shoes and bag, Chanel; Sunglasses, Bottega Veneta

There’s nothing like popping a blazer on over an otherwise casual look to add a hint of polish. This neutral blazer is a great one to have on hand as it feels light and airy for summer, but still feels very put together. Jeans and a white tee is always a classic combination and features heavily in my wardrobe rotation, while neutral Chanel Dad sandals add an on trend touch.

Credits: Blazer (similar here), Balmain; Vest and pants, Staud; Thongs, Billini; Bag, Chanel

Who says you can’t wear black during summer? I often wear this set when I want to do loungewear but with an elevated vibe. This look is supremely comfy, but popping a black blazer on over the top makes it ready for a meeting or other work appointment. Black thongs add a summery vibe, but also an on trend touch and a Chanel backpack adds a luxe touch.

Credits: Shirt and pants, Aje; Bag, Strathberry; Sunglasses, Ray Ban

I love embracing colour during summer and this set by Aje is a total winner. The bold sunflower print adds a vivid touch, but also looks playful and is perfect for sunny days. In keeping with the bright pops of colour with this co-ord set, I went with a yellow Strathberry crossbody bag to complement the hues in the print, and also keep the look cohesive by playing in the same colour family. Once again, a matching set is my go-to shortcut for making a look feel effortless yet polished.

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What I wore this week

8th December, 2022

The countdown to Christmas is on, which means room for plenty of different looks with various occasions and events on the horizon. Also, I am loving that party season is well and truly in full swing. Plenty of excuses to get dolled up and embrace a festive look or two. With so much going on, I tend to favour pieces that I know will work so it takes away the guesswork with planning a look. That means tried and tested staples like blazers and blouses and suiting that I know are failsafe options. Here’s what I wore this week.

I always stock up on a few pieces from Camilla and Marc during the year and wear them to death. This belted blazer has been a fun little addition to my wardrobe as it helps to elevate simple pieces like black pants. Also, if you don’t own a pair of wide leg black pants rectify that immediately! I’ve been living in these pants ever since I got them and have been able to dress them up or down. I went with dressier accessories in this instance, but I have worn this look with sneakers also and it’s worked well too.

Credits: Blazer and pants, Camilla and Marc; Bag (similar here), Chanel; Heels, Aquazzura

Huge fan of Ralph Lauren, and I always get behind the Pink Pony campaign every year. This is a great outfit to wear when I’m relaxing or just pottering around at home as it’s comfy, but if I need to duck out for a bit it still looks put together.

Credits: Hoodie, Polo Ralph Lauren; Jeans (similar here), Slvrlake

Posting a throwback to this outfit I wore to do an interview with Stephanie Waller. I’m really into layering the same hues as I find it helps tie a look together but feels very on trend. Also I didn’t want this ensemble to look too dressy, plus I wanted to stay comfortable so I opted for white sneakers to help ground the polished nature of both pieces.

Credits: Top and pants, White Story; Sneakers (similar here), Burberry

Can’t go past a great suit, am I right? This isn’t technically a suit, but I paired a white Henne blazer with a pair of white Viktoria and Woods pants and it achieved the same effect. I’ve shared before how versatile and also how big a trend tank tops are as they’re such a great layering piece. I popped this on under a suit in this instance but have also worn it on its own with other pieces.

Credits: Jacket, Henne; Tank, Camilla and Marc; Pants, Viktoria and Woods; Bag, Gucci


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What I wore this week

25th February, 2021

It’s been a bit of a funny week in Sydney with the weather going from gloomy and rainy to sunny and hot and back again. With such crazy weather, I’ve been able to enjoy two extremes of my wardrobe going from light breezy dresses one minute to jumpers and jeans the next. I’m guessing this means transseasonal weather will well and truly be just around the corner. With a mixture of appointments, meetings, mum duties and shooting this week, here’s what I wore.

One of my favourite labels, Steele does the best summer dresses. I always love their playful prints (particularly gingham and stripes) and in particular this lemon yellow hue was perfect for earlier in the week when the sun was out. I paired this look with black Bottega heels and my fave Loewe basket bag.

Credits: Dress, Steele; Shoes, Bottega Veneta; Bag, Loewe

Snapped up this great Zara skirt and immediately this outfit came to mind. I wore it with a Ducie top and sandals, along with my Prada bucket bag for a casual all black ensemble. And when the weather is kinda unpredictable, I always find black to be a great option.

Credits: Top, Ducie; Skirt, Zara; Bag (in a different fabric here}, Prada; Shoes, Ducie

Fresh and summery but polished is what I was going for with this look. These white Viktoria and Woods wide leg jeans have been such a great addition to my wardrobe as they can be worked back with so many different hues and styles. Plus I love the current on trend pairing of beige and white—it just looks immediately put together. My go-to Bottega Veneta heels and metallic Chanel backpack finished off this look.

Credits: Top, Henne; Jeans, Viktoria and Woods; Shoes, Bottega Veneta; Bag, Chanel; Earrings, Aje

My take on winter in summer dressing. I pulled out this khaki Bec and Bridge jumper I wore to death last winter as I loved it so much, and it was nice to be reunited again. Worked against black Aje jeans and sandals it helped me to navigate a cool-ish day outside. Plus this belt bag by Furla is my new fave thing. The perfect hands-free accessory option!

Credits: Jumper, Bec and Bridge; Jeans, Aje; Shoes, Ducie; Bag, Furla

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What I wore working from home this week

2nd July, 2020

Working from home outfits during the school holidays are always an interesting proposition— I can go from dressed up for a work call or meeting one minute to super casual and ready to head out to do an activity with the girls the next. It’s been the week for doing lots of denim (kids=comfort) but I did get the chance to pop on a nice dress which is always a great way to elevate the week. Here’s what happened on the work from home wardrobe front this week.

I wore this Ginger and Smart dress last week and decided it needed another outing immediately. I love the astronomy print and the billowy sleeves, but particularly love its versatility. It can be worn with or without the belt depending on how I’m feeling that day.

Credits: Dress, Ginger and Smart; Shoes, Chanel

Comfort is key when the kids are at home so jeans it most definitely is. I love the thick denim that these jeans are made from as it holds its shape really well. Paired with a comfy beige knit, I’m ready for tackling another busy and active day.

Credits: Knit and jeans (similar here), Camilla and Marc

I’ve just gotten into these tanks by Australian brand Henne and I’m already obsessed. They’re a great fit, cut and such a good quality. I’ve been layering them with different jackets and knits, but can see myself wearing them throughout summer with skirts and shorts.

Credits: Tank (similar here), Henne; Jeans (similar here), Camilla and Marc

I’ve always maintained the importance of a good camel coat during winter. It’s so versatile, and this particular one by Karen Millen has seen many an outing. It’s such an effortless piece to throw on over jeans and a tank to dress it up, and most importantly, it helps keep me cosy when I’m out and about (or answering emails).

Credits: Coat, Karen Millen; Tank (similar here), Henne; Jeans (similar here), Camilla and Marc