Pastel power

pink-blue-9Wearing – Zara top (similar), C&M by Camilla & Marc jeans, Repetto shoes, Marc by Marc Jacobs handbag, J. Crew earrings (similar)

There was a night a few weeks ago when nature decided to cruelly taunt me with a hint of chilliness in the air. I was like, “Right! Time to crack out the winter wardrobe!”. Well, with temperatures still tipping 30 degrees Celsius these days it feels like my impulse-buy Sessun coat will have to languish just a tad longer. Listen to me, complaining about good weather! Definitely means I live in Perth!

At least there was this one night where I got to pull out this cuteypie pink top…But it won’t be long now!



5 Comments on “Pastel power

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  2. That’s a very cozy-chic, pastel ensemble! I love that you put those bling-y earrings to ‘tone’ the relax-iness. Make sense? lol I can feel Perth’s now having a much, glorious weather. Broome is still outback- HOT!

  3. Love the pastels! Great jeans too… I’ve been looking for some new jeans (something in-between boyfriend and skinny styles) and yours are very inspiring! Can’t wait to see you in your gorgeous new coat~ if it’s any consolation it’s freezing here in Wellington, NZ and everyone is walking around in full-on winter gear. P.S You have the most AMAZING complexion!!!! x

    • Oh thanks so MUCH for the lovely comments! I dig the jeans too, it’s taken me a while to get into the whole “distressed” look but I finally caved in when I saw these on sale 🙂

      I do love New Zealand, we went on a road trip many years ago now from the South to the North island in “summer”, so beautiful but so cold! The Mirror Lake was a highlight…

      Thanks for reading! Love to hear your comments 🙂

      Sarah xoxo

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