Statement Sweaters

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Christmas in London!

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Quick trip to Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium!

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Germany

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Duster Coats

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Getting Spring Ready

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Prague, Czech Republic

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Weekend in Sydney

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Kraków, Poland

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Sydney Look

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Beautiful Budapest!

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White Statements

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Slovakia Stopovers

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Bratislava

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Metal Statements

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Austria Travels

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Innsbruck

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All-Black

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Verona and Venice, Italy

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Verona, Italy

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Irresistible Me Hair Straightener

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Transitional trousers

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Top: Target, Trousers & Ring: Asos, Shoes: General Pants, Watch & Bracelet (right hand): Marc by Marc Jacobs

I wore these trousers regularly in the non-crazy heat days in summer (as pictured above) and still wearing them in winter, just with a lot more layers involved.

I used to be the type of person who wore zero jewellery. I’ll blame it on my laziness; I could not be bothered with ironing my shirts let along dealing with necklace and bracelet hooks. But since I got my watch a couple of years ago, slowly I gained the ability to do jewellery hooks myself and add rings and bangles to my looks. Nowadays, on my wrists I’ll always be wearing my watch on my left hand and at least two bracelets, plus or minus some rings.  I’ve been trying to find my everyday necklace, something that’s a not too long and not too short, silver, delicate and simple. And I think I have finally found the necklace here. Here do you guys think?

Thanks for reading!
Nat xx

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Beach Greys and Dresslink Wishlist

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Dress: Topshop, Boots: Asos, Sunnies: Prada, Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ring: Asos, Bracelet: market purchase

My poor photoshop were able to fortunately cover up my very bruised legs at the time when we shot this outfit. Perks of being a very clumsy person.
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Rome, Italy

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Exploring the city of Rome was like entering an entirely different world. 

The copious beautiful, immense and historical buildings were overwhelming. All the substantial monuments in Rome were definitely not let downs, they exceeded my expectations. Our time in Rome was spent walking around dazed at everything. It was all very impressive; from the Colosseum, the Spanish steps, Vatican City to the gelato store with 150 flavours (I'm still salivating over the meringue flavour that changed my fucking life).

My time in Rome was also the start of my TopDeck tour which would result in the craziest and most exciting and exhausting next 18 days. I explored a beautiful new city with new friends, cocktail buckets and getting my first little taste of the cold.

Next on our trip was Verona and Venice. Hopefully those posts will be up soon.

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Overcast

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Top: Zara, Trousers: Asos, Sunnies: Prada, Jewellery on right hand: H&M, Clutch: New Look, Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Jewellery on right hand: Asos, Sandals: Novo

My outfit unintentionally matched up with the scenery of Geelong Pier.

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Catania, Sicily

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Our last city before we joined our TopDeck tour in Rome was Catania, Sicily in Italy.

My travel partner/best friend has Sicilian heritage, which motivated us to travel to Catania as it was close to the village his grandparents were from. Catania is not a very touristy place and being a little unorganised the two things we wanted to do; travel to the village and the Mt. Etna were booked out. We also got horribly lost one night and it was not fun. 

Whilst our stay involved some bummers, reflecting back on it I do appreciate that we visited Catania. It was an authentic italian city with beautiful views of Mt Edna, great weather and we did enjoy some nice food. There may have also been an incredibly hot waiter at a cafe that we could not converse with, but he was incredibly nice (and good looking! I thought I should mention that again). Also, looking back on it now it was probably beneficial that our stay in Catania was more slow-paced because after that our crazy and amazing TopDeck tour started.

I am excited to revisit Sicily in the European summer and travel to it's amazing islands.

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Nat xx
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Whites

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Playsuit: Popcherry, Hat: Sportsgirl, Clutch: PopBasic, Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Bracelet: h&m, Shoes: Novo

I always feel vulnerable wearing whites and lighter shades. The constant paranoia that I have spilt something on myself unknowingly (which to be honest would not be out of the ordinary) plagues my mind when I'm out and about. That is why this white playsuit scares me a little and has hung on my dress rack for much too long. 

There's just something nice about wearing white, especially in summer. It's sort of refreshing, as long as you stay far away from tomato sauce.

What are your thoughts on wearing white?

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Nat xx
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Florence, Italy

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Our next stop in Italy was Florence. I've learned that each of the major Italian cities are one of a kind, their uniqueness distinctly separates them from one another. Getting out of the train station I knew I was far away from glamorous Milan and in a new old beautiful city with amazing scenery, ready for me to explore.

Walk, get lost, walk, stumble upon substantial buildings, walk, get lost, gelato stop, walk, pasta stop, walk, pizza stop and walk is all we did.

The architecture, rivers, bridges and the back drop of fields and trees makes Florence one of the most beautiful cities I've visited. We spent quite a bit of time just sitting, watching and soaking it all in.

Florence is incredibly beautiful. We spent 3 and a half days in Florence, if you're just planning on exploring Florence the city by walking around and taking in the sites two days would be optimal. You definitely don't get sick of how beautiful the place is, but we did struggle to find things to do that wasn't just sightseeing. But the city is filled with note worthy galleries, so if that's your thing a week might not even be long enough. 

Have you been to Florence? Did you also spend your days walking around, eating and getting lost?

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Nat xx
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