Monday, 14 April 2014

Rider die

Obviously fashion doesn't always mean high heels, done-up hair etc etc. On an everyday basis it means jeans and lace-ups and hair that can be done in 30 seconds (as you will see my hair is in its very natural wavy form). For this very casual shoot, my pal Matty took photos for me with my own Nikon D5100. He was great despite his no promises warning :P While they aren't professional quality, they capture the outfit decently!

I'm wearing my favourite Riders jeans, I absolutely love the embroidery on them, it makes them so unique. The fit is amazing and I'm now a Riders jeans fan, waiting to buy a pair of black skinnies! Lace is a Ria standard so this top was a no brainer. It's hilarious watching people doing double takes to see if I'm naked underneath when really its the guise of the nude-singlet hahaha. Tan shoes done right are amazing and these boots go perfectly with the hue of the jeans and the overall casual look :) 

These were shot near my uni in Surry Hills, right after we enjoyed the yummiest helping of Gelato Messina. Sooo good. If you haven't tried it, you really need to. It was lovely, sunny weather that day, so much so that I had to squint my eyes (or just shut them). It was lols galore taking these pictures with Matty and getting the right angles. Much fun was had! Hope you like the outfit guys! 

P.s. I just turned 22 :D

Thanks for taking the photos Matty :)

Sunday, 23 March 2014


I've always really, really wanted to take photos on top of a hill... with a sunset. I had this distinct picture in my mind of what the location should look like but alas the closest I came within my locality was Kronos Hill. Although it wasn't the lavish hillside of my imagination, I quite liked what we were able to get from it. Videographer Parv Dandona facilitated these experimental shots - big thank you! 

I wore a long black dress in these images, with minimalistic jewellery. More pictures could come soon. The wind was blowing and made for some nice effects with my hair. Enjoy!

Photography by Parv Dandona 

Tuesday, 18 February 2014


Maxi dresses have been my clothing of choice this summer. They are so feminine, flowy, flattering, comfortable and easy to just throw on so it makes a lot of sense. The full length of the skirt also makes you look taller! Clean lines and cuts have been the trend this season, but this tribal patterned, very vibrant dress caught my eye and I've already worn it so many times these holidays. 

My bag is from Forever New, it suits the blackish tones of the dress and not to mention my shoes and hair. I chose tribal chunky jewellery to compliment the theme of the outfit yet went with a structured bag and a sleeker shoe to finish the ensemble to give it balance. These shoes are an absolute favourite, I had been looking for this style for so long and as usual, ASOS fulfilled my wish with a sweet price as well! 

It was windy as usual so I had no choice but to go for the 'windswept' look haha although it doesn't look terrible with the overall idea I guess. Enjoy Guys! Not too long til uni starts again aaaah.


Photography by Gagan Assi

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