So winter has finally hit us – nice and hard! Yesterday I had frost on my windscreen which I had to wash off! Seriously can’t remember the last time I had to do that in Melbourne. Apparently it had dropped to minus two degrees in some areas in Melbourne. It was three degrees by the time I had to head out. It takes a week or so before I’m comfortable with the cold change.
Long sleeved mini dress
Today was a sunny fourteen degrees around lunch time and so I head out in a long sleeved mini dress for our fashion shoot. A plain background was required for this look so we headed to a well known photo location in the Melbourne east (we used a similar location before here). It’s very industrial with all that concrete and metal, but it works well for this photo shoot.
Don’t do this!
Oh, please don’t try to do what I have in some of my photos (scroll down and see the last picture in the post). Climbing up onto a thin, high ledge on a very tall wall is dangerous! I’ve always been a little bit of a tomboy, so climbing onto high places is quite normal for me.
Plain floppy hat – my little stylish addition
Normally, hat wearing is reserved for the races. A plain floppy hat can be quite a stylish addition to a winter outfit. It looks good and keeps your head warm! Miniskirts or dresses are acceptable in winter, when worn with opaque stockings or boots. I’ve teamed this long sleeved vertical striped dress by the Australian label, Museum, with a very loved pair of boots from Nine West. Museum are known for edgy, feminine pieces.
- Dress: Museum
- Boots: Nine West (I’ve had them for a long time!)
- Bag: Oroton
- Hat: Cotton On
- Sunglasses: Chanel