I don’t have a sporty bone in my body, but somehow this whole sport inspired trend that’s doing the rounds at the moment has found it’s way into my wardrobe. I’ve gotten plenty of wear out of my Supreme cap since I got it online last year; the navy wool goes with everything and is perfect for hiding ones face when you’re feeling a little worse for wear. And this raglan dress by Kahlo is another favourite; the cotton is super soft, and the way it falls on the body is nothing but comfortable. I may be a little late to the sport-luxe party – I don’t yet own fluorescent sneakers – but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time.
Two things I can’t get enough of right now; white jeans and tropical prints. The weather has turned for the worst here in Sydney, and both of these trends are the perfect antidote to the greyness outside!
I love how Sara tied her denim shirt around her waist, breaking up the white and cinching in her Alexander Wang shirt. So fresh and casual-cool! And her Nick Campbell sunglasses are the ultimate finishing touch; such a great shape and the white frames look so good against her tan features. Summer can’t come fast enough!
Elin’s minimalist style is perfection; she makes the most of clean lines, strong silhouettes and plenty of black. There’s no doubt Swedish style has become a strong source of inspiration here in Australia recently. What’s not to love about sharp separates, slick accessories and a nonchalant attitude? It doesn’t hurt that Swedish girls seem to be extraordinarily beautiful either.
It’s no secret I harbor many a girl crush, and Elin is definitely one of those girls you can’t help but be slightly in awe of. She’s taken her power blogger status to the next level with Nowmanifest, and her label Nowhere is one of the few affordable designer collections that is as cool as you would hope it to be. I’m a massive fan of her style, so much leather, black and strong tailoring; Elin’s a woman after my own heart.
It’s a little predictable, but I’ve become obsessed with the bomber jacket. It all started with Ryan Gosling’s character in Drive, whose bad-ass scorpion jacket was the epitome of cool. This silk diamond print jacket by Romance was Born may not have a scorpion emblazoned on the back, but it comes a close second. I love the symmetry of the print, and the way it slightly puffs out at the back when you slip it on. There’s just something about a bomber that just feels cooler than any other kind of jacket; like it has an attitude all of it’s own.