Coastline walking is not the only benefit that comes with warmer Winter middays. July in Sydney only really requires your core to be warm - legs and belly buttons aren't fussed.
photos by Ash Myburgh
Coastline walking is not the only benefit that comes with warmer Winter middays. July in Sydney only really requires your core to be warm - legs and belly buttons aren't fussed. Perhaps, a few baby boomers (and above) about Rose Bay tut-tutted in disapproval, but lady: I guarantee that at age 19, you were roasting yourself in a bikini, doused in olive oil in your backyard. A subtly cropped fuzzy knit sweater surely doesn't cut it even remotely close. I like that long sleeves can balance out what would otherwise have been even mildly inappropriate. Imagine what this piece of Cheap Monday would be like if it were sleeveless? Oh... oh the scandal...
For a warm grey and khaki ensemble, nothing could be more perfect than a little bit of rose gold of the Michael Kors variety - what has, apparently, become known as The Blogger Watch. Having said that, it was more the perfect walk between oversized and exceptionally refined that finally got me - it must be the illusion of space on the clock face. Even at one and a half times the size, this watch is somehow much less obtrusive than the Fossil one I wore the other week.
Michael Kors has got it like that.
What did you all get up to this weekend? I spent the day browsing Rozelle Markets with a couple of friends from NYC: speaking of which, I just booked my flights to the Big City for Fashion Week this September - who's going to be there? Holla at meh.