I was lucky enough to be invited along to the Wardrobe Warriors Market that was on this Sunday, held inside the Hibiscus Sports Centre at Mt Gravatt. I was one of a whole bunch of early risers, rugged up against the cold morning chill and setting up our market stalls for a day of selling and fantastic fashion bargains.
My challenge was to put together an outfit for $20 – how could I say no? After doing a few loops around, I managed to dig out two awesome pieces; 1. A denim jacket with kooky arm holes (Bitching and Junkfood, original tag still attached!) for only $5! Next, I found a gorgeous printed shift dress (The Fifth Label) for $10. With my remaining $5, I nabbed three quirky jewellery pieces. Put it all together, layering over a basic black turtleneck and teamed with my favourite boots and… voila!
When I buy jewellery, I try to look for something unique and local – and boy did the gals at Sunday Social do the trick! Support this amazing small business and check out their great range of ear trinketry.
In this episode, I catch up with Lis Harvey, the brains and beauty behind the sustainable and ethical underwear label Nico Underwear. We talk slow fashion, being “sexy but not sexy” and the challenges of being a conscious designer – check it out!
Pretty thrilled to have teamed up with the insanely talented photographer – Rachael Baskerville – in this great little art project.
We pulled off a guerrilla photoshoot at a local department store, trying to capture the essence of our brat-like inner consumer next to our more “rational” side. These photos turned out amazingly and I’m so excited to have been part of this – See the rest of the amazing series HERE