Looking at this print and reflective sunglasses situation is nothing short of an optical hazard on a Monday morning.
Looking at this print and reflective sunglasses situation is nothing short of an optical hazard on a Monday morning - perhaps the headache is a little more invasive in Koo's photo of the collaborative graphic effort with Natalie. Even so, this was one of my favourite get-ups during Fashion Week, given my Sportmax love affair, not to mention one of the most comfortable. Further to this, I'm seeing a trend: high stress situations seem to reduce my tendency to accentuate the waist, and yet my hair become exponential neater, and perhaps more severe.
On this particular day, I trotted down the road to Uni part way through the day to sit an exam and give a class presentation for assessment, then trotted back up to Carriageworks for evening shows. Where did you go, my fellow fashionistas asked. To class, I said. All present were confused. So were all students on campus. Why is she wearing her blazer as a cape? Why does her top look like a dress? Why can I see my reflection in her glasses?
Blue makes me happy.
My cape blazer is taking flight (see the flocks of birds in the lining?) - freaking cute, right?
My Pashli is the most functional bag I have ever owned (laptop, camera, chargers and lunch in there, baby).
I'm tired and late to class.*
photo by Zanita Morgan; editing by Margaret Zhang
*DISCLAIMER: Margaret is in a fabulous mood this morning. All is explained here.