Relaxed Fit

Top: Country Road Pants: GG5 Blazer: Zara Shoes: Wittner Bag: Tory Burch Can I start by saying I loved this top so much when I saw it, I actually bought two pieces in two colours? That’s unusual for me, because they are not cheap, but I absolutely love everything about this top; the cut, length,…

City of Adelaide, Part 2

Work has been keeping me busy these days, something I increasingly hate to admit, but V and I always try to spend the weekend out and about, because what’s the good of being expatriates if we hardly enjoy daylight beyond the office walls? Here’s another set of photos from a Sunday we spent shopping in…

Victor Harbour

I remember the first time V and I hiked along the beach in Australia. It was in Albany on our first weekend trip from Perth and the sight was too pretty for words: rows of wind mills beckoning the ocean breeze, the waves crashing against the rocks below us, blue water and sky as far…

Adelaide Zombie Walk 2014

It’s a zombie apocalypse in Adelaide! On 11 October 2014, thousands of Adelaidians participated in a zombie walk, an organized public gathering of people who dress up in zombie costumes and roam the the city streets in a somewhat orderly fashion, though literally traffic-stopping, in an attempt to raise funds for Food Banks South Australia. V…

City of Adelaide, Part 1

From Melbourne, V and I flew to Adelaide, the state capital of South Australia, our new home for at least the next six months. Unlike Melbourne, Adelaide is laid-back and unassuming. On first impression it feels similar to Perth, but give it a few days, and you’ll find that life is older and simpler here,…

City of Melbourne

V and I had exactly a week to spend in Melbourne (the most liveable city in the world as my friend Yos continues to remind me) and unfortunately I spent most of it working, but we certainly made the most of the weekend! Melbourne is notorious for its erratic weather, but we had a glorious Saturday…