Shopping around this month, I’ve uncovered so many beautiful things to lust over. It’s that time of year where I’ve been on the hunt for new pieces to add to my winter wardrobe, and also a few staples that need replenishing and I’ve managed to compile quite the list. This month, it’s all about shoes (naturally), and also the Camilla and Marc denim jacket that’s been inspired by a tried and tested staple I already own, and a fun and playful piece I’ve got bookmarked for my next event at home (or just to make dinner time that little more extra).
These placemats just scream adorable. I love the scalloped edge detail which adds a little theatre to any table setting, while the pastel hue is perfect for adding a pretty touch to any soiree. These come in a set of 4, and in different colours too, so I may have to invest in a few for home.
Artist, influencer and style consultant Tash Sefton, has done the cutest collab with Superga. These sneakers are made of organic materials, in a simple and classic design. What I love is the handwritten logo — so fun and chic.
I have this jacket in blue denim after falling in love with it recently, so my attention naturally turned to its darker counterpart. The oversized fit of this jacket makes it a great layering piece in winter, but in summer, it has that relaxed silhouette that makes it an effortless piece to add to any look.
I’m lucky to come across a lot of beautiful things in my job, and as a result I’m always finding new additions for my wish list. This month I’ve been in equal parts house and wardrobe shopping mode. I’ve been looking for new decorative pieces for our home post-reno, just small things that can really help transform our space. While on the fashion front, I’ve been searching for new updates to add to my autumn wardrobe. And in my travels, I’m lucky to have managed to find a few pieces that fit the bill. Here’s what’s currently on my radar.
This cute structured bag is just the thing to add a fresh touch to the more moodier tones I’ll no doubt be wearing throughout autumn and winter. The size is perfect as I’ll be able to carry all my essentials without it being too cumbersome, and I love the chain strap which adds a layer of elevated elegance to the overall design.
This is currently sold out but I’m waiting patiently for new stock to arrive. This ceramic fruit stand is made in Puglia in Italy, and the colours and design remind me of many of my favourite holidays in Italy. I’m planning for it to be a stylish reminder of more Italian soujourns that will hopefully be on the horizon in the not so distant future.
I’ve been looking for a trench to get me through the next few months and I immediately fell in love with the design of this Camilla and Marc number. It’s the perfect length/shape to work back with my winter wardrobe and the colour is just right. I can’t wait to snap this one up as it’s definitely going to fill a gap in my wardrobe.
What’s on my shopping radar this month? There’s plenty of amazing things out there right now, but there are three things that are definitely making me want to make a purchase. Right now, I’m equally scouring online and in-store for things for our home, but also for my closet. Here’s what’s making my heart race a little…
I’m loving chunky gold jewellery right now as it’s just such a fun way to liven up an outfit. Plus I’m finding it’s really versatile accessory option in that I can wear it casually with jeans and a tank, or worked back with a a great dress. The Eloise necklace caught my eye immediately as it’s just the right amount of bold, and a real statement-making piece.
Matching sets are always a great option anytime of year as they look instantly put together. I do love this set for that reason, but I’m drawn to the silhouette of the top in particular. The boxy shape is interesting, while the cropped length makes it a bit playful and the back detail is the ideal finishing touch. And as for the pants? I’ve become a huge fan of Venroy pants for their comfort level so I’d happily welcome another pair into my collection.
Having been well and truly been bitten by the reno bug I’ve been finding myself looking for new pieces to update all corners of our home. This mirror is quickly becoming a must-have and fell on my shopping radar as I’m a huge fan of the brand. Love the sculptural shape and the texture, which would really make for the ideal standout piece to brighten up our home. And I do love the fact that ultimately, it’s still a functional piece that looks beautiful.