A City of Light

Hi there! Now that my 5 months in Paris is coming to an end, I thought I’d give you all a little snapshot of what is undoubtedly my biggest adventure to date. Croissants, eclairs, and macrons; Chloe, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton; Tour Eiffel, Arc de Triomphe, and Notre Dam. Paris is one of those places […]

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September Obsessions

Hi there! So here’s a little sneak peak of my loves this month so lets dive in! Tarte Tartelette in Bloom palette – I have been stalking this beauty for months and finally decided that it is what my life was missing! I’m very clever. Adidas Gazelles – Its no secret I love sneakers (12 […]

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July Obsessions

Hi there! Welcome to my first monthly favourites (so yeah, like 6 years behind everyone else. Classic.)! I’m very excited about this post as these products have gotten me through Brisbane’s winter (which consisted of 3 hours of cold and 6 weeks of sweltering heat). This means they are super versatile and my hero’s. Lets […]

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Cool Change

Hi there! Here in Brisbane, the cold’s moving in and I know everyone outside of Queensland is rolling their eyes at our minimal cold tolerance but here, anything below 20 is sub-arctic! Don’t get me wrong though, I love winter and the brisk air. I love it mainly because of the fashion. Where I can […]

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The Daily Grind

Hi there! Its no secret that I love make-up and I know that statement causes die-hard feminists to twitch but I don’t see why that has to be the case! I am a feminist through and through but make up just means the difference between me looking like I just stepped off the set of […]

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Read Between the Lines

Hi there! Reading. *Pause for groans and choruses of “I love reading, I just never have the time!”* Got that out of the way? Good. When did reading become such a chore? It was the highlight of any day during childhood. It was a chance to escape the madness and stresses of day-care or primary […]

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