jumper: acne, bag: h&m, hair cuff: h&m, eyeliner: kiko cosmetics, nail polish: OPI, heels: tony bianco, necklace: diva

Acid green; people either love it or they hate it. I used to be the number one hater of all things fluro, up until this season. I've fallen in love with this green in particular, as well as a few hints of pink. I think if it's pieced together with the right colour, like black or grey, it can be a really edgy and cool look.

When I was travelling in Europe, I instantly fell in love with the makeup brand Kiko. It not only has the biggest selection of all things beauty, but it also has the best price for the amount of quality I've seen for ages. My friend and I spent 2 hours in their store and walked out with over 30 product for around 250 AUD, maybe even less. They ship internationally, so they are definately worth a look!



blazer: cotton on, jeans: dotti, top: sportsgirl, necklace: forever new, bag: accessorize

I love lazy Sundays and I'm taking full advantage of the warm sun and had breakfast in Mount Lawley with 2 of my favourite people. I've been so envious lately of people walking around in full pastel outfits, and I wasn't quite sure how to pull it off without looking like a walking candy land. But with so many stores stocking huge amounts of light colours at the minute, it was easier than I thought! My jeans from Dotti are just light enough without over powering the lavender colour of my blazer from Cotton On. Breaking up the two colours with a plain white top evens out the look from being too overwhelming, and adding a necklace with such intense colours brings it all together without being too over the top.

 Stores like Cotton On, Dotti and Forever New are absolutely jam packed with pastels everywhere, as well as accessory stores like Lovisa, Diva and Collette, so if your on the hunt for pastels outfits that arent damadging to your credit card, then these are your absolute go to places!

Photography by Elena Cosi



top: Sportsgirl, skirt: Lumier, necklace: Lovisa

Back to basics and back to Rome. When I think Rome, besides amazing pizza and pasta, I think ancient Rome and gladiators. This faux leather pleated skirt paired with a plain white basic tee, with just a small pop of colour,is one of my go to looks during the day. Normally I would pair it with a skater skirt, but to mix it up, I was Roman inspired and opted for a more gladiator style. Coming from European Summer back to almost Perth's new Antartic weather, its a little cold for this every day outfit! So by pairing it with some tights, flats and an oversized cardi you can take it to an all seasons look.

Buon fine settimana!



After a month of traveling through Europe, eating my body weight and more in delicious foods, climbing the most incredible mountains, meeting the most amazing people, and visiting what felt like every single H & M and Zara in each country, I'm finally home!