Monday, December 8, 2014

Tuula Travels.

Dalmation Islands, Croatia.

Cinque Terre, Italy.

Golden Eye - Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica.

NYFW - Soho, New York.

Parisian Rooftops, Paris.

Cappadocia, Turkey.
Magic! The vast valley's of Fairy Chimney's with hundreds of air balloons floating between and above them.
Definitely added this one to the bucket list!

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia.
This is the oldest National Park in Southeast Europe and the largest in Croatia.
The parkland boasts luscious greenery, with clear blue lakes and cascading waterfalls. This is my DREAM!

Pumakkale, Turkey.
Pumakkale meaning "cotton castle". With a landscape made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced 
basins, the hot springs sit 200m above town, with views of the ruins of baths, temples and Greek monuments.
I've been lusting over this destination for quite some time now. Who knew a place could be so beautiful! 


It's hard not to use the word 'wanderlust' when scrolling through Jess Stein's travel images.
Her blog, Tuula Vintage is forever flooded with envy-induced photographs of her recent travels, 
leaving every human on the globe wanting to pack their suitcases and set off to explore these incredible locations. 
I have fallen in love with the Plitvice National Park in Croatia having never have heard of it before. 
The wide landscape covered in greenery and gushing waterfalls, with boardwalks along the greeny-
blue water, is just my dream place on earth. The hot air balloons sailing over Cappadocia Turkey is 
probably the most magical location going by the photographs I have seen. I can only imagine 
being in the moment then and there. And lastly, the thermal pools in Pumakkale Turkey. I could not think 
of a destination more surreal. The salty rock walls and natural hot springs, decades old, with powder 
blue water and minerals at the bottom to rub into your skin - Heaven!
I mean, who knew that most of these places existed? Let alone in Turkey of all places.

My travel wish list is almost bursting at the brim thanks to Jess!


Monday, December 1, 2014

Look Book | Forcast S/S 2014.

This summer, Forcast is all about mixing summer brights and crisp whites, contemporary yet timeless pieces 
to take you from desk to dinner effortlessly and that signature sophisticated glamour and exquisite design.

4 stories make up this collection:  

The New Hues - Which is all about subtly and gracefulness in design. 
Delicate colours of powered pastels of baby blue, blush and mint.

Statement Pieces - With detail that captures the eye and imagination. Effortlessly chic style 
and unique design of drapes, wraps and cut-outs that are said to leave a lasting impression.

Dress To Impress - Sophistication and glamour with a selection 
of timeless cocktail dresses, jumpsuits and beautiful silhouettes. 

Polished Looks - A new vision for women's workwear. Modern essentials that define 
clean, sophisticated and timeless design with a twist of playfulness, colour and patterns.

There are a few pieces that went straight onto my lust list, including the all-white look (of course).
I'm a big fan of the icy whites, butter soft creams and dusty pinks in my own wardrobe, so those tones definitely won me over. 
A big plus is that all of the new collection pieces could definitely be mix and matched into my own wardrobe seamlessly. 

Take a peek at the rest of the collection online or in stores now.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Hair Inspiration | Dree Hemingway.

I've had hair on the mind lately, with thoughts of paying a visit to the hairdresser 
for some much needed pampering on my locks. 

There is always a select few of celebrities that I instantly go to - Sienna Miller, Kate Bosworth, Lara Bingle - when it comes 
to finding that exact colour inspiration. I try to take an image to the salon with me, as I'm not that down with the hairdresser lingo. 

This time I am lusting over Dree Hemingway's balayage tresses with the golden glow in 
her ends as it is just what I am after and have visualised myself. My hair takes forever to grow, 
(ashamedly probably due to the heat I put it through weekly), but I am liking her length aswell, it's 
short without being too short. 
Now if only I could get that wave happening! 

Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Kym Ellery is hands down my most-loved Australian designers

On most accounts, it's the person/soul behind the label that has a killer wardrobe. 
I mean, the genius designs and creations don't come from out of nowhere, right? 
With Kym Ellery - I understand her endlessly stylish outfit choices, I hardly ever have to question 
where any of the items that she is wearing is from; because most often than not it is from her own 
line; and she just gets fashion, in a whole new way. And I love that.

I lust after each collection every season and if I could afford 
to, I would buy a piece of hers from each collection, every year.