street style from none other than the city that never sleeps .
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I saw this chick from a mile away and instantaneously threw my apple cider at the boyfriend to hold whilst I pursued my next quest .
Initially her outfit was what captured my attention but as i approached her i noticed her tatts which complimented her unique quintessence style . she evokes an Erin Wasson aura cross the Olsen Twins (sunnies) cross a contemporary hippy indie slash pixie rock chic-esque, sporting a YSL ring and from memory, a vintage Chanel bag .
one of my fav looks for the day!
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One cannot help but glance over European holiday photos to inspire an outfit for the perfect spring day . Unfortunately it was a wasted outfit . Nonetheless this skirt is still a favourite, I only wish I hadn’t listened to my sister and bought the blazer in the same colour .
Spooning Goats, a new 70’s themed bar located on York St, Sydney . The owner, my best friends boyfriend, Jason .
The unique name was established after receiving a free ‘i love goats’ badge coinciding with a passing joke in the family about who would inherit his grandmothers spoon collection . This spiked up some brainstorming between Jason and his friends . The two together resulted in the name “The Spooning Goats” .
The bar is well known for their boutique beers, innovative and unique decor, and their amazing gourmet sweet and savory pies – I highly recommend the caramelised pear and vanilla pie!
Did I mention they even have an Atari game console!?
Make sure you wonder down that way; 32 York St, Sydney 2000 .
the delicious pie as mentioned above, photos don’t do it justice!
This is my favourite watch…although it regularly frequents my wrist I have to detest my sisters ownership of it, being stealth and stealing it from her wardrobe…only to then dob myself in via the methodologies of social media . The pumpkin charm resonates a sentiment in my heart of my nonna who passed away almost a year ago, but the emptiness makes it feel as though it only happened yesterday – coinciding with this I have her name tattooed on my wrist; Olga . Everytime I look at it I smile with fond memories .
The Grecian bracelets are European purchases and gifts, although they may not cost more than a few euros the devastation that occurs when these break is phenomenal . Money may burn but experiences last a lifetime and thus money becomes irrelevant when happiness is dominant .