Wardrobe

we the free

August 21, 2015
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There is something real special about a good pair of blue jeans. Those ones that look just as good with a pair of converse and a white t-shirt, as they do with lacey heels, a deep fee and a boyfriend blazer. A good pair is versatile – just like you, and plays chameleon with your wardrobe.

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Wardrobe

say hello to spring

August 18, 2015
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You know when the high-tops come off and the low-cuts come out, it’s almost Spring. Well, there might be a few cases of blue toes and chattering teeth, but that’s all worth it, right?
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Personal Wardrobe

nailing ‘less is more’

August 11, 2015
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Effortlessly nailing the ‘less is more’ or ‘I woke up like this’ look is not without effort after all. But once you nail it, this will become your go-to when you’re a busy bee. Plus, your friends will ask you how on earth you always manage to look so fresh when in reality you’ve only had 4 hours sleep the night before.

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Personal

wishful thinking

July 30, 2015
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I guess I am officially almost old tomorrow. With one year left until the big three oh hits, I decided that this is a good of a time as any to make a few promises to myself.

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Tutorials

a lazy girl’s guide to bronzing

July 28, 2015
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I must admit that though I am a Swede, I do struggle facing the cooler months.

There was a purpose to my very strategic move to Australia at 17, for ever in the search of endless beaches, sea salty hair and 20 degree “winters”. But as I explained to my friend back home over the phone the other day, mid-winter can actually become a bit dreary, even here in Australia. I’m a busy person, so here is a lazy girls guide to keeping that bronzy glow throughout the year.

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Personal

love bridges

July 20, 2015
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My Mum has always been great at spotting new brands in everything from fashion to food, and jumping on the band wagon pretty early. Sometimes I do the daughter thing, roll my eyes slightly and go “Sure, Mum – it’s cool.” – where most of these times I end up regretting my attitude. Be it months or years later.

My introduction to Thomas Sabo was through a scenario just like this, when she came home with a silver link bracelet with one charm delicately hanging off it.

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