Perfect for Phuket

Sorry for the lack of posting this week, but my WiFi in Phuket was very poor (what a hard life!). This is probably one of my nicest (seeing as it’s not denim shorts or a bikini) perfect for a night out in Patong to see the LadyBoy show.

Outfit: Zara dress (mum bought in China), belt (from a review dress) & Bundy Thongs (free).


Plane Clothes

No it’s not a spelling mistake, this is my outfit for the plane trip from Melbourne to Phuket.
It’s comfortable, suitable for the weather at both places but definitely not plain.

Outfit: Cardigan (Myer), lace top (Supre, $5), singlet (from mum), leggings (from a friend) & shoes (Big W, $2).

Please Note: I am now in Thailand and will post whenever I can, but it may not be daily.

Last bit of Love

Today signifies a first for me in the working world, my first ‘last day of work before holidays’.
It’s only fair I give a little bit of love back to the office through this sweet love heart print top and red cardi because in a matter of days I’m going to be laying on beach in Thailand and they will be at work.

Outfit: Cardigan (CocoLatte, $6), Top (Kmart, $10), Forecast Skirt (OpShop, $6) and Anne Michelle heels (gift from mum)

Corporate Comfort

I felt it was about time that I wore a different pair of shoes to work.
These Witner heels are super comfy because they have quite a large platform, which gives me the height I need and feels like wear flats.
I’ve kept the comfort going with this super stretchy houndstooth pinafore.

Outfit: Blazer (Portmans, $50), Pinafore (Factorie, $5) & Witner heels (Outlet on Bridge Road, $16)

Quick & Classic

I have now been working full time for over a year and a half. I’m finally about to have my first proper leave (two weeks in Thailand), but in the lead up I’ve been pressing snooze a few more times than I should, which results in quick outfit decisions, usually ending with a simple, classic outfit like this one.

Outfit: Cardigan (CocoLatte, $6), Top (OpShop, $5), Forecast skirt (OpShop, $6) & Jenkin Heels (Ozsale, $12)

Wrong Shape

Upon putting on this super cute Review skirt this morning I realised I’m clearly not the same shape as the standard Australian woman. It’s not about being fat or skinny, it’s about the proportions. At the same time this skirt is struggling to cling onto my waist and straining at the seams to keep my bum contained.

Outfit: Cue Jacket (hand-me-down), Burgundy shirt (Valley Girl, $25), Skirt (Review, $50) & Jenkin heels (Ozsale, $12)