The New It Bag.

Photos from @sincerelyjules, @rumineely, @saboluxe

Just when we thought we had our bag game under control... Oh Chloe, why do you do this to us? 

What We're Loving.

We know this post is well overdue and we know we're probably the worst bloggers ever, but hopefully you've all been following us on Instagram (@twomorrowblog) in the meantime. We feel that more bloggers are focusing on their Insta feeds rather than their actual blogs these days, which is easy to do, because it requires less time and effort, and let's face it, an iPhone 6 can take just as good a photo as a DSLR (well almost). Incase you haven't been checking out our Insta posts each day, here is a quick roundup of what we're loving at the moment and don't worry, you'll be hearing from us again soon, we have plenty of outfit posts planned, especially now that it's winter in Aus!

We had a total Carrie Bradshaw moment when we chose these amazing Senso heels over furniture for our new apartment and more importantly, food for the week. Can you blame us though? These beauties match pretty much everything, despite the fact that they're leopard print, and the height of the heel is not too low and not too high, which means you can wear them in the day or at night. All hail Senso.

We are still madly obsessed with the Mansur Gavriel bucket bags, along with the rest of the female population. They are the quintessential everyday handbag and the fact that they're impossible to buy makes them even more desirable, in a weird way. Minimalism has never looked so good.

This loose, v-neck singlet has reignited our love for one of our all-time favourite brands, Sass and Bide. It's always been one of our go-to brands when we're searching for good staple pieces, because whilst we love their trademark embellishments and prints, we cannot go past their basics. 

Our search for the perfect boho necklace is finally over! We had been looking for a statement necklace for a while and we happened to stumble across this one at Just Jeans of all places. Of course we got one each, because sharing didn't seem like the brightest idea now that we are living in different cities (again!) 

The Bucket List.

Bucket bags are definitely a style that comes and goes, but after stalking the current offerings on Instagram and Polyvore we are completely in love. We are all about practicality when it comes to handbags and bucket bags definitely tick all of our boxes - they're modern yet timeless, they mould to fit all your essentials and they have a shoulder strap (this is always a necessity). These are our top picks for designer bucket bags that we would love to get our hands on, we are kindly accepting donations for the python Saint Laurent beauty on the top right...

Hello Summer.

Top: Topshop / Shorts: H&M / Sandals: ASOS / Fedora: Rag & Bone / Bag: Proenza Schouler / Sunglasses: Karen Walker.

It's officially the first day of summer in Australia and we couldn't be happier! We're sure all Aussie girls can relate when we say that we always welcome the season with a new bikini (or two), my amazing crochet set from She Made Me is currently on it's way and I can't wait to feature it in one of our upcoming posts.

This was a simple outfit that I quickly threw together for a trip to Byron Bay over the weekend. As we've said before, we love anything off the shoulder at the moment because tops like this can easily be dressed up or down and they're perfect to wear on hot days. 

Turtle Club.

Top left to bottom right: Proenza Schouler / Paul & Joe /  3.1 Phillip Lim / MangoH&MMango  

Never did I think I would see the day where I would be writing a guide to buying turtle neck knits. This is one of those trends where when it first became apparent, I couldn't quite wrap my head around it, but here I am now searching for more online. To me turtle necks used to be a fashion no-no and were considered 'mum-ish' by most. Now I find myself living in a climate where the unbearably cold temperatures mean you basically have to throw style out the window and dress purely for sensibility, and turtle neck sweaters fit in perfectly with my new-found logic. Luckily some of my favourite designers/brands have jumped onboard, so there is an element of style to go with this trend. These are some of my top picks, Happy shopping!

Kate x


Romper: Spell / Espadrilles: Windsor Smith / Rings: London Manori 

To me this spread is the epitome of spring - white clothing, fresh blooms and espadrilles. It's times like these that I love living in Queensland because the weather already feels like summer, yet there's still amazing flowers in season (peonies are back!) and we still get some cooler nights. I was fortunate enough to pick up the dress from this range at the recent Spell warehouse sale and I love it just as much as this romper. I'm currently brainstorming the ideal location for the post, stay tuned. 

 - Liv x

Leather & Stripes.

T-shirt: Zimmermann / Leather Skirt: Zara / Fedora: Forever 21 / Shoes: Converse Chuck Taylors (low-cut) / Watch: Michael Kors / Pearl Ring: Forever 21 / Lipstick: Sportsgirl 

If I had to wear one outfit everyday for the rest of my life, it would probably be this one (or a very similar variation). It takes a fair amount of will-power for me to not wear stripes everyday, and at the moment these sneakers too. Since I made the decision to purchase a pair of Chuck Taylors again (a shoe I haven't owned since high school), they have hardly left my feet. They are so easy to wear and fit in perfectly with my somewhat monochrome wardrobe. This Zara leather skirt is a piece that phases in and out of my 'staples' selection. It may not be the most comfortable thing to wear, but I have a soft spot for quilted leather and since I have been pairing it with these sneakers, it is safe to say I have (temporarily) rekindled my love for it.

Kate x