Friday, 14 November 2014

My everyday jewellery


Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Bangle: h&m, Bracelet: Tiffany & Co., Rings: h&m (I think)

Everyday before I leave my house I always grab my bag, phone, car keys and of course all the jewellery pieces I keep on my bedside table. These include my watch, two bracelets and using a couple of rings. Wearing jewellery daily is a routinised part of many people lives. It has become habitual for me to put on all the pieces before leaving the house and it's one of my favourite morning habits. 

Jewellery pieces can hold a sentimental value and also bring another element to outfits (especially on those days where I have woken up late resulting in a very simple and lazy look). I love adding pieces of jewellery to my collection, whether they become part of my everyday look or if they are more of an occasional piece. I recently found an online store name Anjolee that stocks a wonderful range of beautiful and elegant pieces, including diamond studs. For me the Anjolee pieces would be occasional pieces that I would wear for nicer events such as a wedding or nice dinner. Here are some of my favourite bracelets from their range.

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Summer is coming!

Cat eye sunnies: Asos
Cami: from a boutique 
Shorts: Asos
Rings & Bracelet: h&m
Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Sorry for the poor 'Game of Thrones' reference! I had to.

With Summer fast approaching now here in Australia it time to put away my coats, vest and knit jumpers and make room for lightweight dresses, crop tops, shorts and skirts. Every season I love to add extra pieces to my wardrobe to wear in various different outfits throughout the months. I recently found the online store MsFairy, which stocks a wide range of clothing, but most importantly many potential new pieces to add to my summer wardrobe. Scrolling through their endless skirts, dresses, tops, etc. it made me long for the continued hotter weather. Oh and this jumpsuit!

Nat xx

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Japanese Gardens

Jacket: Burberry Brit
Shirt: similar
Jeans: similar
Boots: Tony Bianco (similar)
Sunnies: Asos

Hi there. It’s been quite some time (three months) since I’ve updated my blog. Time has flown by so quickly and so much has happened in university and life in general. I always kept in the back of my mind that I needed to update my blog, but I just never got around to actually sitting down and doing it. Three months later here I am wondering how in the world did I neglect it for so long, alongside my blog email inbox which is filled with unread emails.

Here’s to hoping that a major hiatus like that does not happen again.

The photos above are of the Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba. Toowoomba is a country town in Queensland that I visited during my winter break from University. It was such a pretty sight. I’m not sure if its psychological thing because Japanese Gardens are associated with peace and serenity, but whilst walking around and enjoying the views I honestly did feel so peaceful. Minus the large ducks (I’m terrified of birds) and the chilly wind.

I need that peace and serenity again. Exam time is fast approaching; wish me luck and good luck to all the university and high-school students going through it as well.

Thanks for reading!
Nat xx

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Winter Knit

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Coat: Blue Juice (similar), Knit jumper: Asos (similar), Skirt: similar, Bag: Sportsgirl (similar givenchy that I want so badly), Shoes: General pants (similar), Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ring: H&M (similar)

Monday, 14 July 2014

New in the closet..

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Dress 1: Sea // Dress 2: Burberry // Shorts: Asos // Skirt 1: Asos // Skirt 2: Asos // Overalls: Asos
(all the items are currently on sale #yay)

University holidays have begun, which means that I have more time to fulfill my online shopping addiction. These items being the results of my free time.

I can spend what should be a productive day in front on my laptop screen clicking through endless pages of shirts, trousers, coats etc (essentially every category of fashion). Coinciding with my addiction is my ability to rationalise a ‘need’ for all items of clothing that I take a liking to, when in reality I really do not need them at all.

But addictions are hard to overcome, especially when I am constantly finding new online stores to spend too much browsing through. My latest find is ‘Simons’, which is an online store from Canada. I live in Australia, which unfortunately means that products here are usually more expensive than in other countries; so online stores from abroad that have better prices and low shipping rates are my savior. I love when an online store sells a wide variety of items; fashion and non-fashion related. It makes it easier for shipping but also the convenience in finding everything in one place. So as you can tell I spend way too long on my laptop browsing through ‘Simons’.

Thanks for reading!
Nat xx

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Working out with Divissima


Pants: Divissima, Top: Divissima, Shoes: Nike (similar)

I've definitely neglected exercise, my gym membership and a balanced diet lately. I keep saying to myself "okay, I'll start up tomorrow", but then instead of trying to get back into morning runs and hitting the gym I sleep in or think scrolling through Facebook is better use of my time. But seriously, I'm going to get back into it... maybe (I totally did not eat a fabulous burger for lunch).

I found that getting new work-out gear is a motivator for me and fortunately the lovely Divissima sent me new gear. I have a pair of their bikinis, which I love and you can see here. I received a sports bra and pants. I like wearing pants and a tank top over a sports bra whilst working-out, so these pieces were perfect for me. I wore them yesterday during a long walk outside, alongside a jumper and I was kept warm and comfortable. I'l definitely be wearing them again for future work-outs (which will happen! Hopefully).

What do you like wearing for work-outs? Also, what are your work-out habits (hopefully reading them will act a motivator for me)?

Thanks for reading!
Nat xx


Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Floral Midi-Skirt

Skirt: Asos (similar)// Top: Target (similar) //Shoes: Miss Shop (similar on sale)// Clutch: PopBasic// Sunnies: Asos// Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs// Bracelet: Tiffany & Co (similar)

Midi-skirts are possibly my favourite bottoms.

I have featured them a couple of times on my blog and I can't get enough.

In the age of short shorts, mini-skirts and bum cheek peering shorts (nothing against either of them) the length of a midi-skirt is a nice change. It's modest but not old-fashioned and whether you are wearing a full skirt version or a pencil skirt version they exert femininity and sophistication. Okay fan-girl moment about midi-skirts over.

Even though I'm quite short and therefore they may not look very flattering on me, it's nothing a nice pointed heel can't fix. I may get a bit jealous when I see a slim and tall girl killing it in a midi skirt and nice pair of flats.

What are your thoughts on midi-skirts?

Here are some other lovely midi-skirt I found: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Photos by Addison

Thanks for reading!
Nat xx