Here's my explanation as to where I've been over the past few days: a place without reception, where I can see more than one star at night, and where I became so strangely fascinated by sheep that I turned into one.
So, lovers, here's my explanation as to where I've been over the past few days: a place without reception, where I can see more than one star at night, and where I became so strangely fascinated by sheep that I turned into one.
- I'm a sheep. I have been waiting for such a moment to share this epic Somedays Lovin' sort-of bomber jacket (one part ball of fuzz)
- Favourite Winter brushed wool coat. I bought this off ASOS to wear in New York, but never ended up wearing it. Now, I've worn it daily for a week. I actually prefer the version that's on sale for $50 at the moment (the mustard one is amazing!)
- Storm coming. Nothing you can do about it.
- Heaven's door. As I tweeted, I bought a new Sigma lens last week and am so happy with how well it captures the smaller details.
- Golden ratio. I never asked why there were pinecones at the door...
- Layer up. Staying warm on an afternoon wander - wearing Gasparre Cashmere, that ASOS coat, vintage leather and spray-on legs.
- Take note. Water over road.
- Nature's own.Perfect shades of purple and green.
- My silo friend. The ASOS coat strikes again, with my favourite Mezi neckplate.
- Not your friend. Stay away - I'll cut your face open.
- Work with a view. Silent landscape framed by the doorway of the shearing shed.
- Oh hey. I want to cuddle you. And tie pastel coloured bows to your ears.
- Roasting oneself. What you need while watching Andy Allen take out Masterchef 2012 - Alex and I had bets on the top three. I won.
- Gasparre cashmere. Probably the one garment that kept me alive in the cold - it's so thin and lightweight that the warmth doesn't make sense, but it happens and I love myself for packing it.
- More quiet. Having lived in the city for what seems like forever, you forget what silence sounds like.
- Freaking cute sheep. Waiting to be sheared - and wishing she were outside partying up.
- Fairy floss sunset. Mixed in with an oncoming raincloud, and a long long day of drinking tea.
- Aforementioned tea and peeling oranges. Lady Grey is definitely not my favourite - green rules on all.
Given the time of night, I certainly don't expect any of the above to be remotely comprehensive nor witty. But that's ok - Daramalan was awesome, and I'd love to see the place in Spring. Apparently roses are an attraction.
Full outfits and details coming soon!