So many things went on while I was gone. One most significant, is that my biggest sister officially became a doctor. YAY. Dr Penelope O’Sullivan. I’m so proud of her, and she works darn hard to say the least so she deserved honours and that’s what she got! Also, I’m leaving for Bunbury in approximately 7 hours so, good luck getting a post while I’m down there. I will try. In the meantime one of the family photos from Penny’s Dedication/Graduation/Congratulation thing…
(Madeline, Mamma, Penelope, Dadda, Gabriella, Moi)
..I’ll be back to regular soon I promise.
Although, I have said that before…
A couple of months back now I did my beautiful best friend’s hair and makeup for these football awards. No she doesn’t play football, she was a date. The way we treated the evening was like the Brownlows, and let’s be honest, she’d make a darn good wag. So I just thought I’d share the photos with you because she looks amaaaazing, and give you an idea of my makeup ability skill type thing (mind you, it’s never hard to make a gorgeous face gorgeous.) Enjoy her high cheek bones, big eyes, and perfect jaw line…
And how amazing is this bettina liano dress. Makes you just want to twist around and see the ruffles swish. This is generally the kind of thing we bond over – makeup, clothes, and above all, food.
Oh btw, if you ever want to hire me as a makeup artist, feel free
So approximately 100 years ago I went to the vintage markets in Leederville at the flying scotsman with Bella. I found this amazing black 80’s party dress, so here it is:
And paired with my knee high stockings are a wonderfully tall pair of Senso Diffusion heels
I’m not sure what great event I will wear this to, but it was fun enough just posing for the photos. And you should see it when you spin around So until next time friends. Ciao.
This weekend my friends and I went to breakfast at Greenhouse restaurant in the city on St Georges Terrace. The setting was amazing, and let’s be honest, I felt like a little indie girl sitting on the raw looking wooden chairs, eating organic products, and taking condiments out of tiny square jars. I did like my breakfast, although the crust of the bread was practically a rock and I seriously struggled to the point where I just cut it all off and left it on the side of my plate – how childish of me, I know! Anyway, here are a few photos. I did slightly battle with the exposure in a few of them resulting in a really slow shutter speed and therefore blurry photos – it happens…
We decided to leave once we saw people beginning to order for lunch. So Rachel and I tried to go op shopping – only semi successful, and a lot more expensive than desired. And I found some lovely leopard sandals by RMK. Sure to be seen soon. Here is an awkward and rather failing attempt at taking photos in the mirror amongst bustling David Jones shoppers.
Got home only to leave immediately and take my little sister to find some sort of present/costume for her friends Alice in Wonderland party. We thought perhaps white queen as I had already made a dress for that, but unfortunately she’s almost indigenous so the whole ‘white’ part didn’t really work. We settled at the rabbit and after a large debate over having a nose and whiskers I finally convinced her. Let’s be honest – she looks nothing like the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, but she looks darn cute.
another post brewing soon.