|/ 1st Row: T By Alexander Wang Slub Classic Tee / Acne Limit Tee / Proeza Schouler Short Sleeve Tee / (similar) Forever 21 Breton Tee / 2nd Row: H&M Jumper / Stine Goya Mystique Knit Sweater / New Look Knitted Jumper / Rag & Bone Lund Pullover / 3rd Row: T By Alexander Wang Silk Chiffon Button Down Shirt / Splendid Button Down Blouse / J.Crew Keeper Chambray Shirt / Warehouse Diamonte Tip Collar Blouse / River Island Black Blazer / Rachel Zoe Wool Glen Plaid Charlie Blazer / Weekday Puritan Coat / Chicnova Gray Woollen Coat /|
Wednesday, 23 January 2013
Monday, 21 January 2013
|top row: both paper heart shorts; bottom row: forever 21 shorts|
Wednesday, 16 January 2013
|Forever 21 Chambray Top, Motel Dress (worn underneath), Diva Curb Chain Neckalce & Combat Boots|
I am back with an outfit post and can you believe that it has been raining in the middle of the Australian summer? I for one was excited at the prospect of pulling some fall items out of my closet even though it is for one or two days. My outfit was very much inspired by a chambray button down which I came across while mindlessly browsing online. It was a light wash denim with digital floral sleeves. The reason it stood out was the juxtaposition of the ordinary (the denim) and the trendy (i.e. digital florals). So I took it upon myself by putting together an outfit which was practical yet still incorporated some of the elements of the dress. I took this particular chambray top and wore it over the printed dress by Motel. I also tried the front of the blouse to give it a more casual vibe. The black combat boots were also a great addition to the outfit, just to give it a little edge. On a side note, this outfit also hid my horrendous tan lines which I acquired from watching the tennis recently - always a plus in my book!
Thursday, 10 January 2013
Sunday, 6 January 2013
|images (clockwise) from here, here, here and here|
I am definitely picky with decor, everything has to be just right. I want it to be especially inviting so it can provide me that extra motivation just work to for that extra hour. I don't also want it to be too overly feminine but still add some feminine details to add a personal touch. Also, the workspace has to be practical. What is the point of having such a workspace where you have decorated it to the point where it is a place I cannot work in? I have picked several details which have stood out to me and I hope to incorporate these over the coming months.
|details: clear x chrome|
|simple desk + interesting chair = chic workspace|
|details: a bouquet of fresh flowers|
Although this workspace of mine will be built piece by piece, I hope to a space which is practical yet inspiring. What would you change about your workspace?