Sunday, January 06, 2013


Wearing: Winnie vest by August Street, Camo "Don't Tread On Me Bra" tee by Culture Kings, Hollywood Skirt in Palm Print by Fox and Clover, Chunk white leather sandals by Windsor Smith via Westfield, mixed accessories, Marc by Marc Jacob chronograph watch and Rayban Clubmasters.Photography by Aprilia and post-edit by me.

Welcoming my first official outfit post for 2013. I know it's been a while since a proper outfit post, so for my fashion comeback, here's one my favourite looks this summer! Fusing popular trends like sport luxe, camo and the tropical print, this look is no doubt playful yet practical! One item that has become the perfect 'throw-on, out-the-door' piece is this sporty Winnie Vest by August Street. Light weight yet structured, the white trimming certainly has some Chanel-esque undertones adding that must needed chic factor to any casual outfit. Being a lover of the print-on-print look, this camo and tropical print combo packs a punch! I got the tee from Culture Kings, one of my favourite places to visit whenever I hit the CBD. If you like solid hiphop/rnb beats, snapbacks and good-looking guys with swagger, you must go visit! The skirt is by a new Aussie label called Fox and Clover and it's staggered hemline and zips is an edgy version of the standard mini. Completing the look I'm wearing these white chunky sandals from Windsor Smith who happen to have a crazy 30% off storewide at the moment! Most of their shoes are made with leather uppers, so grab a bargain while you can!

I hope you're all having a great weekend! For those in Sydney, be sure to check out the El Loco pop up at Opera House as part of the Summer At The House program! I attended the launch last Friday and it was a whole heap of fun! Margaritas, tacos, live music, stilt walkers and a mariachi band kept the electric vibe going amongst the backdrop of Sydney's iconic Harbour Bridge. Running from Jan 4-28 it's definitely the place to be!

More posts to come! Catch me on Insta here @youronlyblackswan

x L

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