Friday, 19 October 2012

Cocktaoo Island

(Vintage Floral cross over top, Zara Tailored Chinos, Burberry Prorsum AW'11 Satin Blazer, Tony Bianco Karissa heels, Tory Burch Saffiano tote, Ebay Baroque Swirl sunglasses )

The sun has been shining brightly and Sydney is beginning to witness the turn of an amazing new season. Spring is finally in full force and recently, weekend after weekend, Tim and I have been finding ourselves eagerly, yet spontaneously seeking unique locations for our shoots, giving more reason for us to take the opportunity to maximise being outdoors to enjoy the beautiful weather. During one of our various brunch-spot pursuits, Tim and I woke up bright and early to grab a bite at probably one of my most favourite, and I dare say, one of the Best Patisseries in Sydney, 'La Renaissance' located at The Rocks. Meat pies have always been a pastry weakness, and it didn't take much convincing that they've manage to win over my heart and taste-buds!

It has been a while since I've been on a ferry and after brunch it was Tim's wild idea to spend the afternoon at Cockatoo Island. The heritage-listed island is located in the middle of Sydney Harbour, its spectacular waterfront location and view of Sydney Harbour Bridge just made it a great location for minimalistic white cuts and subtle floral prints. Structured chinos are really all I live in lately and after managing to discover an all essential pair in white, it has become my favourite staple this Spring!

Photography by tymothyjames


  1. very nice chinos and sandal heels! love this spring look!

  2. Gorgeous photos! I really love that top on you - you have a really chic classy style! Fab!

    Nora Finds


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