Topshop Jumper, DIY shorts, Vintage sunglasses/bracelet, Jeffrey Campbell Boots, Alexander Wang Bag
I spent the weekend out and about in the city with Luke. We ran a few errands, got lost due to my bad navigational skills, purchased a new bed frame from Ikea, went out for brunch at the coziest and yummiest cafe and even had time to shoot a few photos of my outfit down the side alley too! We’ve been making a conscious effort to try and remember to take our cameras with us if we ever leave the house, which has resulted in me blogging a lot more. Can you believe I blogged every day last week and even had to stop myself from blogging twice in one day? I received the most exciting email i’ve ever read since opening the store from Cosmo Magazine two weeks ago which has heavily inspired my influx of posts. Hopefully i can share the news with you all very, very soon!These shorts were a little DIY project i did over the weekend. I found this amazing mini pleated vintage fabric at an opshop last week and fell in love with how delicate and feminine it looked. I’ve always wanted a pair of pleated shorts but they seem to be impossible to find so I thought why not just make them myself? At least this way I know they’ll be absolutely perfect and exactly how I want them. I finished the shorts off with a sheer black lace trim, which gave the hem a cute little frill and kind of made them borderline lingerie or something. Add my new Topshop jumper and Jeffrey Campbell Lita’s and you’re looking at the most comfortable outfit i probably own. How perfect for brunch it is!
Photos by Luke Shadbolt