It was love at first sight when I met this Livia Arena silk organza skirt. You may recall me wearing the short version at the Park Hyatt Melbourne here, but this longer version is even more endearing because it can also be worn as a strapless dress! Thanks to the elasticised waist band. Such clever design. I skipped the belt to be more in tune with fashion’s current Zeitgeist.
When we took these photos, I bumped into my Miss Sixty manager from my teenage years. She was one of my first fashion inspirations, aside from my mother. She taught me to be selective, to have a personal style and stick to it. Ok, so she never said those exact words, but she led by example. Her style was always bright, edgy and fun, even as she was out walking her pooch that day in her sports gear.
No matter how the trends change, I’ve always found myself drawn to feminine and relaxed styles. Comfortably chic, elegant and effortless, that’s what I aim for. Especially now that I have a bub with two demanding ends to take care of, let’s see how long I last before I surrender to cotton dacks.
Where: Fawkner Park
Wear: Livia Arena skirt (worn as dress) / Damselfly Rings & Bracelet / Vintage sunglasses, Earrings & Bag / Miss Sixty Shoes
[spoiler title=”中文版”]这条Livia Arena裙子,我们真是一见钟情.你可能还记得我在Park Hyatt宾馆穿着同样款式但就短一点的Livia Arena裙子。这条长的版本更惹人喜爱，腰带有弹性，因此你可以将它当长裙穿！。多么巧妙的设计啊！我没带皮带这样更符合最近的款式。