wearing: MISSGUIDED top | CHOIES skirt | SENSO lace up flats (available in cream, black/white, black lizard pattern)  | AIGNER (vintage) bag | PEACH BOX roman bangle | FAITH JEWELS studded bangle and ring

Fashion trends continue to change rapidly and it seems like we always find inspirations from previous decades' silhouettes. And as for the moment, the most coveted trend would probably be the 70s. Fringe, suede, flare, paisley, earthy tones, you name it. Everything related to this era is revived and seems like it's planning to stay for a while as it is suitable all seasons.

Nothing screams 70s louder than the combination of suede and brown, as seen on this outfit. There is a bunch of different versions of this skirt, in different colours, materials, lengths, but it is no doubt that these A-Line buttoned skirts are creeping in and taking the spotlight, as seen on (still) it-girl Alexa Chung and pretty much all over Choies (here, here and here). I wanted to enhance the retro in this outfit so I accompanied the skirt with fellow 70s flare lace up top, that feels so light and comfortable, perfect for Melbourne's Spring weather!

xoxo, ET

Romper Up


wearing: ROMWE romper | QUAY sunglasses | CELINE bag | FAITH JEWELS ring and bangle | PEACH BOX roman bangle | NEW LOOK boots 

Rompers, a.k.a. onesies, usually refers to the combination of shorts and a top. They have always been a hit in the baby market since the 1900s, for its casual and modern look, as well as their mobility. Then fast forward to the noughties, rompers began appearing as a fashionable garment for women both in retail and the runway world including the likes of Marc Jacobs, American Apparel, etc. And fast forward one more time to 2015, the trend is still going strong.

Rompers are versatile. There are so many styles associated with it, from the obvious casual look to feminine and boho-chic. You can easily dress it up or down, for different occasions, for both day and night. That's perhaps one of the main reasons for gaining their popularity. With Spring approaching Melbourne, what better way to embrace it than with this floral monochrome romper suit from Romwe. Welcoming the fresh blooms, embracing the slight rise in temperature and peek of sunlight. I paired it with my trusty thigh-highs just for some coverage. But in the summer, I would totally rock these with sandals or wedges!



wearing: ESTHER BOUTIQUE lace set | BEGINNING BOUTIQUE coat (similar here and here) | WINDSOR SMITH heels | DAY & NIGHT necklaces (rose quartz and clear quartz)

Spring is just around the corner and I can't wait to welcome it officially with open arms. Flowers are starting to bloom and temperature begin to rise ever so slightly. As much as I love layering and mixing different textures, I really do miss the warmer weather so I can at least wear open-toed footwear without having frostbites as a lateral impact.

Two-piece sets will always be a favourite since they require pretty much no effort to style but provide a guaranteed modish look. And you can always recycle the pieces and wear them separately. Be creative, perhaps add colour for a fresh look.

xoxo, ET

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