Family. Life. Love. FOOD.
i did a post on some wonderful things we saw in assisi a little while ago. but just thought i’d elaborate on that little outfit. apart from that i was looking through my photos last night and felt a desperation to get back to that gorgeous sunny place. love that photo of the church. it pretty much sums up the mood of the place. so on to the clothing. i wore these shoes almost every day due to walking and generally just liking the shoes. this little plaid skirt i got from a vintage market, and you guessed it, it was long but i took it up. it kind of has this grandma meets school girl thing about it. come to think of it. hopefully i didn’t pull of that look too well. but i think it’s kinda fun. the top is bracewell (this singlet has literally been in the family for years) belt also vintage and the shoes are new kid. ah and for some reason being in italy made me feel okay about my hair being all natural and wavy/frizzy. although i must say. my hair in europe was less frizzy than australia. just another reason i should move there. better hair.
So, currently in London and loving it. Been here the last couple of days seeing some of my family and spending time shopping and eating with one of my favourite people, Rachel. She flew over from Ireland after she rudely left me in Australia for the last 6 months and the last couple of days with her were awesome.
wearing: Oh My Love sheer, star top and Japonica dress (topshop). Jonak (paris) lace up boots. YSL navy, leather belt (second hand from paris). Nars dragon girl lipstick.
I’ll be back in Australia in a couple of days. Have mixed feelings about that, but living without my bed and Charlie is quite difficult. Until next time friends…
Alright so I’m in Paris. And honestly, the rain sucks. But fortunately the charm remains in this huge city and I’m still loving every moment. But before I get carried away with the food at the Eiffel tower, and the show at the Moulin Rouge, I’ll take you through this European journey somewhat systematically.
So Rome. It was surprisingly easy to find your way around and the history in that place is incredible. To be honest I didn’t like the shopping in Rome at all, so naturally I bought nothing. Food however was top quality. Down/up side is all the bread. It’s thick and delicious but a loaf a day per person is just too much for any normal girl to stomach along with pasta and gelato. Although the walking to every location has tried to be my justification for the food. My sister joined us on the last day in Rome right before heading over to Assisi (which calls for another post of better pictures and ridiculous windy roads). So here are photos from Rome…