A Guide To The Cyber Monday Sales

A Guide To The Cyber Monday Sales

A Guide To The Cyber Monday Sales

Given the influx of sale emails that have flooded my inbox since Friday it’s safe to say that the pre-christmas sales are in full swing! Which means that it is the perfect time to pick up those final Christmas gifts as well as some new season pieces for you own wardrobe (with a little less guilt). With so many great discounts on offer from various retailers, it can get rather overwhelming. So to help you get a head start here is a small edit of my favourite online sales which I have shopped in the past 12 hours! Just remember, most end either tonight, or first thing tomorrow. So there is no time for hesitations. If you want it. Buy it now!

The Undone Store.
Labels include Ellery, Georgia Alice, Holly Ryan, Maticevski, Matin, Mattaeu and Michael Lo Sordo.
Enter the code CYBER20 for 20% off selected spring summer pieces.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

The Fashion Bunker.
Enter the code CYBER for 25% off all full priced pieces or OMG50 for 50% off all sale items.
Labels include Cmeo Collective, Keepsake The Label, The Fifth Label and Finders Keepers.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

Enter the code BLACK30 FOR 30% off over 30,000 selected styles.
Labels include Assembly Label, Camilla And Mar, Sol Sana and Stevie May.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

Maurie And Eve.
20% off everything online.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

Stevie May.
20% off everything including their beautiful summer new collection featured here.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

Sir The Label.
Free shipping on all local and international orders.
Ends 12pm American DST 28 November.

Photos are not my own. Source The Undone Store.

Lack Of Color Canyons Collection

Lack Of Color Canyons Collection

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My weekends are typically quiet and solitary. Sometimes punctuated by a spot of shopping, a walk along the beach or an afternoon coffee with a friend. However as I’ve spent so much of the last four weeks confined to my own bedroom, recovering from a nasty virus, I was determined to spend this weekend making the most of every single moment as well as catching up on life.

Yesterday I woke up bright and early. Washed and cleaned my car before driving to Bondi Junction just as the shops were opening. The most exciting news of the day; I finally upgraded my phone from a very tragic and severely battered iPhone 5 to a shiny new iPhone 7. Before spending the afternoon with friends at the refreshed and refurbished Paddington Inn. Last but not least, I’ve spent the rest of my weekend trying to find something to wear to my work Christmas Party this Thursday night.

It may seem unusual that this relates to the beautiful images which feature Lack Of Color Canyons collection above. However as this years Christmas party has a country and western theme, my outfit wouldn’t be complete without the perfect hat. I have to admit this works for me! As I’ve been looking for the perfect excuse to add a new Lack Of Color piece to my wardrobe for quite while.

My favourite pieces from their current range includes; The Grove Fedora in coffee brown . The Zulu Fedora in Sand . The Morrison in stone grey as well as the Gronzo Fedora in black. I will be sure to let you know what one I choose later this week! In the meantime I’ll be shopping the Cyber Monday sales. Trying to find the rest of my Christmas Party outfit. And you can shop the Lack of Color Canyons collection for yourself  here.

Photos are not my own. Source Lack of Color.

Mason Pearson Hair Brush

The Essential Mason Pearson Hair Brush

Mason Pearson hair brush

Last week I shared some recent updates to my daily skincare line-up and the products from Alpha-H that I simply can’t live without. As a follow up I wanted to direct your attention to another and equally important part of your daily routine; your hair. In an effort to up my all round beauty routine (haircare included) I’ve taken some time out to ask friends, other influences and industry experts for their opinion on tackling my current hair concerns; Everything from dehydration, to split ends and general damage.

The first item on my radar is a beauty tool which everyone owns and uses every day. However it is often overlooked in terms of its value. Your hair brush. A few months ago I noticed that I was finding quite alot of hair in mine. Much more than usual. And it terrified me. I even found myself talking about it to a beauty editor I was sitting next to at an event a few months ago. When I also mentioned that I had only ever used a paddle brush, she shook her head and suggested I invest in a fancy Mason Pearson hair brush asap.

Who knew something so simple could change your life?! I’ve now been the proud owner of a Mason Pearson hair brush for the past six months and my hair has never been healthier. Of course, this isn’t a controlled experiment. But I’d go out on a limb and say I’ve notice less breakage, fewer knots and shiner hair. I’ve also had half a year completely free of that terrible ripping sound which was so familiar with others. I’ve also managed to grow my hair almost all the way down my back!

If you live in Australia a Mason Pearson hair brush will cost you around $165. However you have to keep in mind that you will use this every single day, once, twice or three times. And that it will last forever. So it is a worthy investment. It also makes the perfect Christmas present for that someone who is hard to buy for! To add a Mason Pearson hair brush to your own hair care routine or buy one for someone else, visit a David Jones store or visit their website by clicking here.

Photos are not my own. Source Mason Pearson via David Jones.

Zulu And Zephyr Botanic Collection

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How is it the 20th of November already! It amazes me how quickly time goes by. This year has literally flown by and now we are only five weeks away from the end of the year. It’s no secret that the Type A in me will find any excuse to write out a shopping list, to-do list or a summary of work in progress. So in order to get ahead of the Christmas rush, I spent last night compiling a fairly in-depth list of the items I will need (want) to invest in before the Christmas break.

So far my list includes; A new suit case. Preferably a very big one! A new pair of summer heels, sandals as well as a pair of sleek flats. I’ve recently become obsessed with gold jewellery, so I’d love to update my jewellery box with a few pieces before the end of the year. The last item on my list. At least one, if not two new swimsuits. As well as some additional dresses which can be effortlessly thrown over the top of them (obviously). With that mind, my first destination was the new Zulu And Zephyr Botanic collection which launched this week.

If you want an instant summer holiday wardrobe, that you can throw on in ten seconds flat, no effort required, then you don’t need to look any further. The range comprises of beach-side appropriate, oversized shapes that are floaty and easy to wear. Swing styles, a-line skirts, boyfriend tees, muscle tanks and simple dresses. Created in a fresh palette of neutral hues and subtle prints. Perfect for your seaside escape.

My favourite pieces ; Sun Valley One Piece . Easterly Harness Bikini in Black . Perch Tri Cup Bikini Oasis Dress in print . Oasis Shirt in print and Zed Fray Denim Shorts. Find your own holiday wardrobe and shop the entire Zulu And Zephyr Botanic Collection by visiting their website here. Selected pieces from their collection are also available at Surf Stitch here or via Asos here.

Photos are not my own. Source Zulu And Zephyr.

Stevie May Adrift Collection

Stevie May Adrift Collection

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Just checking in to apologise for my lapse in posts for the last week or so. Between everything going on in my regular day-to-day life, I’ve also found the time to come down with a really nasty virus. One which has left me morose in bed for over a week now. I hope to post a bit more over the weekend once I start feeling a bit better. But for now I’m confined indoors, wishing this cold away and spending the afternoon compiling a wish list from the beautiful Stevie May Adrift collection, which launched yesterday.

When you look through my previous posts, you will notice that I don’t really feature a huge range of labels. That’s because those brands and campaigns I choose to share on my site are ones which I am literally obsessed with. In the past few years Stevie May has started to make up for a greater percentage of my own closet. I just love how it perfectly embody the kind of carefree, effortless allure perfectly placed on the streets of Paris or its home town of Byron Bay.

The striking new collection features a range of romantic silhouettes, vintage shapes and free flowing separates; Including over-sized playsuits, smock dress, loose maxi styles and ethereal slip style camisoles. As well as this seasons must-have fit and flare cropped pants. Created in artfully spun crotchet lace, unique prints, broderie anglaise, layered luxe linen and ruffles across. All in a pretty palette of pastel blue, black and white.

There’s so many beautiful pieces in this collection which I would love to add to my wardrobe this summer. However those that are particularly special and deserve a mention include; The Cosmic Currents Maxi Dress in white and gold jacquard print (first image above) . Melrose Shirt in a white and blue floral fork print . Morning Haze Crop Top in pastel blue and Lunar skirt in white crotchet. You can shop the current Stevie May Adrift collection by visiting their website here. And you can also find selected Stevie May pieces at The Iconic by clicking here or Asos by clicking  here.

Photos are not my own. Source Stevie May.