Cornflour blues & Zesty yellows

Want a new take on the pastel trend? Why not combine cornflour blues with zesty yellow tones in elegant and refined silhouettes? Here’s how: Keep accessories and makeup minimal – the focus should stay on the clothes. Preen collard blouse, L’Wren Scott pencil skirt, Stella McCartney pumps, Chloé shoulder bag. xo StyleBoard Advertisements

tight for time? – look # 25

We all have those days where we slightly sleep in and are then left with a negative amount of time to get ready. The trick with those days is to keep it simple! You don’t have time to try on three different colour combinations to go with your latest colour block skirt only to find … Continue reading

midnight in Paris – look #21

France’s first lady has made her film debut in Woody Allen’s latest; Midnight in Paris. It’s a gorgeous film, well worth a $20 ticket. I wont give anything away, however even if you don’t like the plot, or  the characters, or even for some absurde reason the stunning shots of Paris, the fashion will win … Continue reading

paint it black – look #16

Amidst this colour blocking frenzy I thought it’d be nice to return to some classic colours; that is black of course! It’s just one of those full-proof colours isn’t it? Black on black, black on blue, black on anything! Plus it’s flattering all on shapes and sizes, can be dressed up or down with ease … Continue reading

white hot – look #15

Last week Melbourne celebrated Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, it has to be said, in the upmost of style. It was a fashion-frenzied week with numerous free fashion events, such as the daily city square runway show which showcased labels such as Jigsaw, Marcs by Marc Jacobs and Saba. Melbournian fashionistas were also treated to a … Continue reading

go tonal – look #13

Playing around with colours can be tricky. Wearing entirely the same colour is quite tricky.. However it can be done! And you don’t have to be wearing the Melbourne all-black staple to do it. Neutral tones are the easiest to work with as they are  less dramatic, so they’re perfect for your first attempt. Mixing textures works … Continue reading

be a man – look #8

Add some edge to your style by taking a leaf out of a man’s style book. . Country Road shirt, Clemens en August pants & blazer, Be & D bag, Topshop brogues, ASOS collar tips xo sarah