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