in fremantle. wearing mainly vintage. and a jacket that may as well be vintage by now.
so i’m loving the mix of the plaid and the paisley. the colours actually work together great, but regardless, two patterns are always better than one. right. so the other day i ventured over to fremantle with my partener in food and photo crime (on certain occasions) dave. we ate lunch at the raw kitchen, and oh ma godd. holy smokers. i don’t even know how to tell you how my mind is blown by that place. no gluten. no diary. no meat. and nothing is cooked. we ate pizza and nachos. it’s so delish and the salads are full of colourful juicy flavour. so this place is highly recommended, and probably a vegan dream. we carried on to moore & moore. which i’m sure any fremantle cafe goers will know and love. but mainly due to it’s attachment to an art gallery and it’s quirky interior. it’s the kind of cafe that makes you feel cool. like you can pretend you’re a new yorker. just minus a few billion people. the weather was really on and off with the sun. and regardless of my melanin deficiency, i am actually looking forward to those full days of sun when you spend the entire day doing, well, nothing.
to summer’s approach.