Some things just don’t date

Some things just don't date

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© Liz Loh-Taylor
Cami: Witchery
Pants: Seed Heritage
Shoes: Nicholas Kirkwood for Erdem
Bag: Dolce & Gabbana
Sunglasses: Louis Vuitton

I just can’t get enough of black and white at the moment!  So here we are… I’m sharing with you another monochrome combo from my wardrobe.

I had to really think about what to wear today.  We were driving up to the Macedon Ranges this morning, then back for the mid-autumn festival in the city, then to dinner at a lovely restaurant, with zero time to head back home to change, and I really wanted to fit in a photo shoot just for you!  Ideally, I would bring some jeans, white tee and ballet flats for the country,  a hot bespoke outfit for the photo shoot, jeans and cami for the festival in town and then change into a dress and heels for dinner.  Plus almost all that for hubby and our little one!   Sounds slightly daunting doesn’t it?!  So I decided on a black cami, a pair of crisp white wide-leg pants, a pair of flats for the day and heels in the boot for dinner!   As you can see, the flats never came off…I wouldn’t typically wear flats with wide-leg pants, but my flats were too comfy!  It made chasing after my daughter a lot more feasible!  Looking at the pics I think they worked just fine!

I must admit, I tend to shop outside of Australia where fashion is concerned.  The likes of Net-A-Porter and Matches Fashion make it way too convenient and easy to access amazing fashion abroad.  We no longer have to wait till we head overseas to get that amazing Saint Laurent handbag or Balmain jacket!  Hallelujah to online fashion retailers!  I am however rather proud to admit that my cami and pant are both Aussie labels!   Witchery and Seed Heritage are my go-to’s for the season’s must-haves.  They are well-priced, en-point and equally as accessible.  Hallelujah to home grown Aussie fashion.

xoxo Liz