a collection of my favourite images from Pinterest this week! Pinterest proves a constant inspiration for me in home decor, much to Matts dismay- I am rearranging and creating every five minutes. How sick are deer antlers! I need to get my hands on some of them! Also, I am having a wee obsession with camo at the moment and I have been trailing ebay in a hope to stumble upon the perfect camo jacket that will fit a shorty like myself. Height is not an attribute of mine. Happy September weekend! x




I am so excited about this film! Moonrise Kingdom is Wes Anderson's new baby about a pair of young lovers who flee there town causing a local search party to fan out and find them. Wes Anderson is known for his (extremely) quirky pieces but I like how unorthodox his approach to film making is. He also did 'The Life Aquactic' which is one of my favourites. This one has a killer cast too- Edward Norton, Bruce Willis and of course, Bill Murray. Check it out x



These are some snaps from our Bondi to Bronte walk today. The walk is a favourite among the locals and runs along the coastline to the next beach - Bronte.  I am relishing every single moment of living at the beach. There is something about water and expansive scenery which is good for the soul. We found some amazing picnic spots today- I think they'd probably be up there in the top 5 best picnic spots in the world. There is a constant flow of tourists buzzing around Bondi but they are a never ending reminder of how renown the area is around the world and just how lucky we are to be living in it! x p.s check out how clear the water is! mental..



I picked up these today at the local opshop/charity shop today- such finds! I am super stoked on the jacket. It looks like its leather but its not which will make it nice and light for summer. Thanks to Bondi Beaches op shop pricing they came in at a grand total of $22 which is borderline pricing for a charity shop - they are pushing it abit but alas, I could not resist. How yum is the skirt's print.
it is official. Topshop will be opening its doors in Sydney in October. A hugly exciting and dangerous endeavour for all the women in Sydney. Im not sure our wallets will be quite as thrilled. x



 I seem to be on abit of a video buzz at the moment. But this has a lot to do with the fact that since we've moved to Bondi, we finally have endless internet so I am trying to watch every video in the world.

Loving this new single by "Owl Eyes"... in anticipation for her new album coming out! Her voice is dreamy.

This New York duo's song gets me every time it pops through the radio but it is a weirdly creepy song and after watching the video, it's even creepier but none the less- such a captivating tune.

and finally who doesn't love The Temper Trap! This newish song makes me want to run round the streets screaming the lyrics- has quite the passionate effect on me. enjoy your wednesday  x




This song is so good! Matt & I discovered it the other day. It's by a swedish duo. The song's been around for awhile but Im so happy we stumbled upon them- plus this video is insanely cooooool.
feast your eyes. x



I've been meaning to write this post for ages. so here we are - nothing like a monday night to reminisce.
SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN! What a dream it was. Yes, we did only explore Barcelona, but I think the city proved a pretty good indication of the general vibe of Spain. We stayed in the loveliest Bed and Breakfast called 'Casa de Billy' which I would recommend to anyone. Super intimate and no details went amiss.
 Barcelona in some ways felt like a modern Paris, still exploding with history and amazing architecture but also brimming with young people and culture. There was a few adventures along the way - It took Matt and I are fair while to figure out the dining situation ha. I don't think we truly thought tapas was going to be quite so 'real'. We were so pumped on deep fried camembert and mini everything's at the start till we realised we had to order about 23 quantities of the same dish to fill any hint of hunger. Every new country usually involves a dining mishap I reckon though!

AND exploring Antoni Gaudi's trail of creations through Barcelona was the best. He is Spain's most famous architect paving his own way with gothic art and nature influenced styling. His most famous work, the Sagrada Familia, doesn't seem real in actual life. I reckon it kinda looks like this crazy melting cake from the outside. So hectic that the construction of it began in 1882 and it's still not finished!!! That is one biiig building project.

Enjoy the snaps.

and go to Spain. x
Casa de Billy
Plaza Catulunya
Sagrada Familia
roof of Sagrada Familia!!

Caso Batllo
Cathderal de Barcelona
Lost in the Gothic Quarter streets.



Loving this song today!! Heard it on a soundtrack today and it's hitting the spot. Robyn is so under rated I reckon, plus her dancing is so awesome. She sorta channels 80's aerobic moves which who can ever say no too!?!