True story about this jumpsuit – I was in Jeanswest with a styling client and another lady came out of the change room in this jumpsuit! I feel in love instantly! I told her so, and told my client she needs to get one – the lovely lady was so wonderful that she offered to take off her OWN jumpsuit that she owned and let my client try it on - she promptly feel in love with it too!
I had to have it (job hazard) so off I went to Shanton (probs not my FIRST place to shop) and there is was waiting for me! $39.99 – bargain!
My new favourite jumpsuit! I’m wore it with flats to see a client today, but a wedge will make it look a little more dressed up! (Sandals from Witchery)
Where to wear your summer wedges!
Summer is finally here!! Christmas parties, festivals and general summer time fun going on! The problem is, most of these summertime adventures involve us girls standing on our feet for hours on end!
Heels just won’t cut it on some occasions, enter – The Wedge.
I love a wedge (it doesn’t help I’m a hopeless klutz in heels). They are sexy and fun, yet slightly more stable and ankle-friendly than most heels out there!
The best part about wedges is they are appropriate for almost ALL occasions! So here are three different ways to wear wedges this summer.
I warned you yesterday this was coming…. it was raining today. I get excited when it rains now because I have the perfect shoes to wear IN the rain! Can you guess what they are yet?
Today was a little warmer than it has been over the last few days, so not as many layers were required (although I have to say I am developing a whole new-found respect for merino thermals….. thank you Kathmandu…. I may be broke now, but I am certainly much warmer).
Ok, let me give you a clue. My shoes for today are from Target (Target do the BEST shoes!). They are boots. They are raspberry-coloured….
Raspberry gumboots!!! I LOVE them!
So not sure if I’ve mentioned it before, but it’s a little cold here in New Zealand (oh I have? My bad!). And I’m sure I HAVE mentioned before that the weather in New Zealand has negated about 80% of my wardrobe as inappropriate! (I’ve come from Queensland! My whole wardrobe consists of silk maxi dresses).
Before I moved to NZ, I wrote a blog about what I THOUGHT my winter wardrobe would look like in NZ (click here to read it). What is that saying? “if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans” well if you want to make the wardrobe gods laugh, tell them what you THINK you are going to wear in a different climate!
The sun is shining, it’s nice and warm outside, you’re heading to the beach… you have your trusty summer hat with you! Easy! Ok, but right now it’s not so sunny (especially where I am!) and it’s DEFINITELY not warm outside, and I’m CERTAINLY not heading to the beach…. but I’m still rocking my hats!
On a freezing cold day in Auckland, what better way to keep my head warm than with a hat!