Thursday 2nd Nov:
I thought I’d try a slightly different sort of layout for these types of posts, so I’m going to try do them day by day instead of kind of just throwing it together at once. Anyway, I’m sure my blog will keep changing writing and layout styles for a while, while I try and find my favourite way to write and post things.
Anyway, tonight I went out with my family for my dads birthday. We went to The Duxton in Turner, which is like a nice-casual kind of vibe, so that’s the sort of look I went for.
One of my favourite bloggers, Lizzy from shotfromthestreet, posted a photo on instagram the other day of her wearing a tiny little tight top paired with some very oversized jeans, so this look was pretty much inspired by that. My jeans definitely aren’t as wide and big fitting as the ones that Lizzy was wearing in her photo wear, but they’re still that kinda slim-but a little bit baggy look.
I really like the back of this top, I think it’s really cute. Because of the cutouts on the back though you can’t wear a bra with it but for me that’s not really a problem.
I also got some new shoes from kmart (which in my opinion do not look at all like they’re from kmart), so I wanted to wear something that wouldn’t take away from them, and also not look like too much when paired together. I just chucked on my Rebecca Minkoff bag too, because it’s so easy and it looks good with honestly anything.
Top: Monki – Jeans: Wrangler (the style is Drew) – Shoes: Kmart – Belt: Warehouse
Saturday 4th Nov:
Today all I did was go out to do some shopping and get milkshakes, and the weather was pretty nice around lunchtime and into the afternoon. I just went super casual and comfy, but I’ve been feeling more inspired and excited about what I want to wear and how I want to wear it, so I made it a little bit more interesting and fun.
I felt like adding a bit of colour today, and I hadn’t worn this singlet yet so I pulled it out and just wore it with these white pants which I’ve been loving lately. I feel like for me personally, as someone who really is not a fan at all of the skinny white jean trend, if you’re gonna do a white pant, it’s gotta be a straight or wide leg.
What I will say about these pants though, is that they’re pretty see-through, and the popper button closure at the top is really bad and just pops open sometimes. Other than that I think they fit really well and are very flattering, and they’re a super easy alternative to jeans.
For my shoes, I wore my very Miu Miu esque Wittner flats, which I also love but don’t wear as often because I feel like sometimes they can look a bit too extra with some outfits. And of course, my Rebecca Minkoff bag to finish it all off.
Top: Cotton On – Pants: JOA Los Angeles – Shoes: Wittner – Bag: Rebecca Minkoff
Sunday 5th Nov:
The weather was definitely not as warm today as it has been lately, so I rugged up just a little bit more than usual. Today me and Andy went out for some lunch at Sweet Bones in Braddon ( I say lunch but I just had a cinnamon scroll because theirs are literally to die for), and then went to see the Hyper Real exhibition at NGA which was so amazing.
Only the top half of me looks appropriately dressed, but for some strange reason, my legs don’t seem to feel the cold as much as my arms do. Anyway, the jacket isn’t mine sadly, it’s my friends, but it’s perfect for weather like this when it’s kind of in-between being warm and a bit chilly because it’s not lined.
Whenever it gets a bit on the colder side, or I want to make the outfit I’m wearing look super casual, I bring out my Docs. They are so beaten up, but I think that just makes me love them even more. They’re the comfiest, most durable shoes, and I don’t think I could ever bring myself to part with them.
This jumper I bought recently, and whenever it’s been cold enough to need a jumper it’s been my go-to. It’s so cute, and so easy to style because obviously, it’s just neutral colours so it goes with whatever. I also love the added bit of tan in there, because I think if it was just black and white it could be a bit stark.
And for the last outfit of this week, I’ve switched out the Rebecca Minkoff bag for my little Fendi rip off I spoke about in my october favourites.
Jumper: Gordon Smith – Skirt: Levis – Shoes: Dr Martens – Belt: Warehouse