Dion Lee Blazer, Bassike tee, Karla Spetic pants, Benah wallet, Tony Bianco heels, nails by Uslu Airlines
The idea of green pants sounds intimating, but somehow it’s actually not so bad. The simple tailoring and delicious silk fabric may have something to do with it. The matching nails wasn’t intentional, but definitely a happy accident.
This is my third manicure by the awesome people at Uslu Airlines, and I’m a total fan. Born in Berlin, the brand is driven by innovative colours and creative collaborations which are genuinely cool. The new nail bar in Sydney has some very talented artists who somehow convinced me try something besides my usual black or nude. Australia is a little slow on the nail art trend, but I have to say I’m really getting into it. After having neon tips and leopard print, I decided to be a little more low-key this time around with some classic two-tone action. So much fun.
Kate balances the line between playful and polished perfectly in this layered print Josh Goot dress. The navy, white and orange is such a great combo; grown up but still totally fresh. Josh Goot’s new spring/summer collection (which this dress is from) is all kinds of amazing. Especially the bombers and vests with the bold floral prints and voluminous silhouettes; so damn cool.
Nicole is the epitome of polished elegance. She always looks perfectly put-together, I don’t know how she does it. She’s an all-round sweetheart and one of the most gentle natured girls you’ll ever meet. It’s a real pleasure to know so many talented girls in Sydney who are as motivated as they are down to earth. And I also love that she looks like a little ray of sunshine; so pretty in yellow and blue!
How incredible is this Ellery dress?! The metallic doily shaped fabric is such a unique texture and the high-shine silver feels so luxurious; Ellery really is stepping up her game with the brands high-end offerings. This intricate dress is from her resort collection which was presented at MBFWA earlier in the year, and is due to drop into stores in a few months. Savings plan aside, I would be quite happy if one or two pieces found their way into my wardrobe. Perhaps a structured coat and one of the voluminous crisp shirts; something classic which still makes a statement.