This weekend was filled with plenty of down time and all the things I love. Including a little retail therapy, a delicious brunch at Porch And Parlour, exploring the Bondi to Coogee coastline on foot, lunch at the Coogee Pavilion and a late afternoon pit stop at Messina. All in good company and with perfect Sydney weather. Today I slept in. Caught some sun rays and essentially a bit of a tan. I was very happy to finish my Christmas shopping. Finally, done and dusted!
I also took some time out to look for a few new pieces for my wardrobe. In particular those which are perfect for the summer holidays as well as city socialising alike. I found myself adding quite a few pieces to my current wish list, after checking out the unreal new Sir The Label Resort Collection featured above. From throw-on-and-go dresses to staple separates, the collection has the perfect pieces for your end of year get-away. No matter what your plans may be.
My favourite include; The Elsa Tie Top in olive polka dot. Elsa Short in olive polka dot . Alec Midi Dress in black and Chessa Petal Sleeve Mini Dress in white. I also have to make note of their new Elsie and Sui Tie Slides which should be on everyones radar this season. Both pairs of footwear are perfectly paired with pieces through out the collection images above. To pre-order pieces from the Sir The Label Resort Collection visit their website here.
Photos are not my own. Source Sir The Label.
Mondays are never fun but to help put a spring in your step I wanted to share with you the beautiful new Sir The Label Resort 16 collection. Shot in the stark desert landscape of California, the range features feminine silhouettes, relaxed ready-to-wear styles and sleek separates. Designed in classic shades of white, black, muted olive, sandy peach and a petite blue floral print.
Key pieces from the range include silk slip dresses, delicate camisoles and high-waisted shorts. All featuring the brands signature details, including bare shoulders, low necklines and side splits. I feel like this is the ultimate holiday capsule collection for any Christmas break. Easy and free flowing. It’s perfect for afternoon drinks on a warm afternoon or easily thrown over your swimwear after a day at the beach. Which is something to look forward to on a Monday!
The items currently on my radar for summer; The Siena Wrap Dress . Alyce Strapless Mini Dress and the Marthe Mini Dress II in Olive. I have to admit my actual shopping list is much longer, except the entire range is not online yet, so unfortunately I can’t share the name of every piece I want. You can see the entire Sir The Label Resort 16 collection online via their website here.
Photos are not my own. Source Sir The Label via Bryide Mack, Wolf Cub Chronicles.
This weekend has been all crisp sheets, fresh hair, beach walks, window sill light, sunshine and making lists of all the things I’m looking forward to wearing this spring. And just to make it clear, this most definitely includes the incredible new Sir The Label Spring 16 collection above. A range consisting of easy breezy beautiful pieces just ready-to-wear and ready to be packed into my suit case bound for LA come September!
The key pieces currently on my radar include; The Kobi Linen Strapless Dress in black . Indiana Long Sleeved Top in black . Roberta Strapless Dress in white . Ruben Long Sleeved Dress in black and the Bianca Mini Dress in the white and blue stripe. If you prefer to try before you buy and live in Sydney, Tuchuzy at Bondi Beach have just received an extensive range of Sir new arrivals. Or to shop the Sir The Label Spring 16 collection online visit their website here.
Photos are not my own. Source Sir The Label via Byride Mack, Wolf Cub Chronicles.
Introducing the chic new resort capsule from Bondi based brand, Sir The Label. Known for their emphasis on simplistic wardrobe essentials and feminine silhouettes, the new collection includes relaxed ready-to-wear styles and sleek separates. Key pieces of the collection include silk slip dresses, playsuits, delicate camisoles and high-waisted shorts, all showcasing signature Sir details; Bare shoulders, deep v necklines and side splits. Using a monochrome palette with a touch of navy and blush, Sir The Label makes for beautifully unstructured, effortless and easy dressing.
Currently on my own summer wish list and very soon to be added to my closet – Sorry bank account! The Cara Mini Dress in Black . Kobi Linen Strapless Top in Navy . Marthe Relaxed Cami in Navy . Marthe Relaxed Short in Navy . Sibyl Strapless Top in Black . Marthe Mini Dress in Navy and the labels staple Gigi Wrap Dress, which is now available in navy linen for summer. If you’re a Sydney local, you can purchase some selected styles of the collection from For Artists Only, Rose Bay or Tuchuzy, Bondi Beach. Alternatively you can shop the entire collection Sir The Label Resort 15 Capsule on the Sir The Label website here.
Photos are not my own. Source Sir The Label.
There’s nothing like being invited to a formal occasion and realising that you have nothing suitable to wear. Just two weeks ago I was invited to a wedding and literally had to go to the achieves of my closet (which is really just packed away suitcases full of everything I use to wear) to pick out dresses which I haven’t worn in over a year, maybe even longer. While they were all beautiful and they ended up being fine, I really didn’t feel 100% comfortable in what I wore on the day.
I tried on every single option but none of them really suit my current style and they certainly don’t fit as they did when they were purchased. It’s always wonderful to think that we can own the same dress for years and years but some times they just get a little tired, which is why I think it’s still important to regularly add beautiful new dresses to your closet. Even if they are worth saving for a special occasion.
Enter the Isobel Drape Dress from Sir The Label. It’s everything I wish I had of worn to the wedding. The perfect shape, colour, not to mention the slit detail. Hindsight is a beautiful thing! Have something special coming up? Don’t make the same mistake I did. Shop the Isobel Drape Dress here.
Photo is not my own. Source Sir The Label.