Has anyone told you that I’m a huge vintage nut? If not, this outfit will speak for itself. The candy-stripe jacket and French-speaking-Tee that would make Alber Elbaz proud have been in my life for nearly 2 decades. (Yeah I started collecting vintage when I was 2). I was doing just the thing the lady in the sequinned scene was doing last week: shopping for head-wear. I’ve realised that short-hair and fascinators are like Montagues and Capulets. They don’t mix. When I wore the beautiful Paula Walden headpiece to Caulfield Guineas Day I couldn’t move my head. A difficult feat for someone who enjoys nodding. So tomorrow for the Melbourne Cup, I’ve made my own headgear. Have a squiz here.
[spoiler title=”中文版”] 我有没有告诉过你我很喜欢古色古香的服装？今天我穿的糖果条纹夹克和法文的T恤都是我十几年前就收集了的。对， 我很小就开始收藏了。T恤的画面是一位女郎在购买头饰。挺滑稽的。因为明天是墨尔本的赛马节，前几天刚巧我也在挑选头饰。短头发就有这坏处-很难戴华丽的头饰。上次我戴Paula Walden漂亮的蝴蝶头饰时，我都不能点头。明天的赛马节我到处都没找到我心爱的头饰，最后我自己作了一个头带.你觉得怎么样？[/spoiler]
Vintage jacket, bag, shades, brooch & Tee /Anne Klein belt / Diesel jeans / Sportsgirl shoes
This ensemble is brought to you by summer’s neon, colour-blocking and candy-stripe trends. Oh and some vitamin D overdose. How are you spending the Melbourne Cup Long Weekend?