Nothing quite beats an oversized white t-shirt, and this basic Modern Muse tee from Staple the Label is my new favourite.
Shoes: Alias Mae
T Shirt: Staple the Label
Necklace: The Dark Horse
Sunglasses: Le Specs
Trench: ASOS (similar)
With the spring racing season well upon us, my style tips and minimalistic look are below – courtesy of one of my favourite go-to’s, ASOS. You can shop your own ASOS Spring Racing look right here: http://www.asos.com/au/women/discover/race-day-dresses
Happy Shopping x
1. PASTELS VS BRIGHTS
Play up your skin tone and keep consistent with your usual style. Pastels for Oaks Day, brights for the Melbourne Cup.
2. MONOCHROME VS FLORAL/PATTERNED
For me, always monochrome. Muted colours don’t have to be boring – clean lines and great tailoring are perfect for the spring races.
3. DRESSES VS JUMPSUITS/CO-ORDS
I love a great jumpsuit & co-ord, and I’m also a fan of mixing it up away from the traditional floral dress. Have some fun and try something new.
4. HEELS VS FLATS
As much as I’d love to say flats, the Spring Races require heels!
5. FASCINATORS VS ALTERNATE HEADWEAR
Alternate headwear all the way – I’m not one for flowers and mesh. Structured hats and veils are a great way to keep your style alternative and eye catching.
6. BRIGHT LIPS VS SMOKEY EYE
This depends entirely on your outfit – less is more when it comes to Spring Racing fashion, so keep it elegant.
Wearing Bec & Bridge dress via ASOS
Circle hair brooch via ASOS
Photography: Katie Bull
After an amazing morning with Xiang Hair QV receiving the L’Oreal Pro Aus Hair Contouring Service, we took to the street to play with light and show off the latest from Dark Horse Jewellery.
Focusing on working for your complexion, hair contouring combines light and dark tones to compliment your skin and the shape of your face. I was lucky enough to work with Xiang’s leading colourist, Danni Solier, who focused on a few highlights around my face and lightened the overall tone of my hair whilst darkening the roots at the same time.