Monday, April 14


Never under estimate the power of simplicity.. In the last 3 weeks my world has dealt me a series of unexpected cards so to speak, and in a situation where some might momentarily panic (including my former self.. had the same situation occurred 3 years ago I most probably would have been an inconsolable wreck in the corner of the room) I have found the simplicity and clarity I have sought for so long, and I realise that the freedom and endless possiblities I have in front of me are the most powerful cards I could have ever been dealt. Heres to a new and fulfilling chapter.

Wearing | Bassike knit & skirt | Asos heels | Eska Alikai clutch

Friday, April 4


Zuzanna Bijoch for Rika Magazine #10
Photography | Jen Langkjaer
Styling | Camilla Pole

Friday, March 28


 This was actually what I wore to  Day 2 of VAMFF, however amidst the rush getting to shows and the constant battle of the ever disappearing evening light, I was unable to actually shoot any of my outfits for the week (first world problems right?!)…These pants were once actually my Mum's, I'm so thankful that she has such a great eye for clothes, as there are some real gems that I have pulled out of the archival wardrobe on my many trips home. Perfectly paired with the Sage shirt from Elwood, one of my favourite pieces from their current collection, I'm always a sucker for some good shirting.

Wearing | Elwood Apparel Co. shirt | Vintage pants | Zara heels similar here

Thursday, March 27


Last Wednesday I was lucky enough to attend the launch of the incredible capsule collection from one of my favourite Australian labels, Viktoria & Woods. If ever there was a collaboration more perfect between two local industry leaders it would be this one. The Viktoria & Woods collection embodies a simplicity and timelessness with modern shapes, polished sophistication and easy to wear pieces in quality fabrications. The latest capsule collection offers nothing less, but perhaps something a little extra with it's evident Lindy Klim touch; relaxed, streamlined and structured with simple details, such as the careful placement of zippers on coats and jeans, or the sheer band on a carefully tailored shirt sleeve. 
It's safe to say I'll take it all. 

Shop the collection here

Tuesday, March 25


So it feels like a life time ago that I actually got out and shot an outfit post, but with an unexpected dash to Sydney and then landing back in Melbourne ready for VAMFF, there hasn't seemed to be enough hours in the day. This trench was the only thing I had time to purchase for fashion week, and I have to say it was a lifesaver, as the nights here in Melbourne are certainly feeling more and more like Winter. Suffice to say I think everyone should invest in a transeasonal trench, this one is a winner as its soft drape fabric and over sized fit, works perfectly with that 'not quite winter but holding onto summer' wardrobe

Wearing | Asos trench | Witchery shirt, similar hereNobody denim jeans | Zara heels, similar here