I don't think I'd ever worn this first outfit together until my sister borrowed the top and skirt and wore them together. It made me realise how well they match! (The colours are more similar than they look in the photo). Both are from one of my favourite local brands, Review.
I love wearing white (although it probably doesn't look great on me, considering how pale I am), so I can never have too many pairs of white shoes! When I bought these ones from Enzo Angiolini, I expected them to be as uncomfortable as my pink heels from the same brand, but they're actually not too bad.
This is a dress from Modcloth, which is a little too big for me, as dresses usually are. But I just love the print, so I'll keep wearing it anyway.
I've never been a fan of wedges, but I'm really starting to like them. They're a good alternative to heels on the weekends (because if I wore heels on the weekend, I'm sure that just about everyone I know would think it strange or overly dressy). These ones are from Urban Soul at Myer. I love the pale nude colour.
I went to a flower festival with a friend wearing this dress (also from Modcloth, and also too big for me!). I love gardens, and I go there every year if I can.
I wore some Marc Jacobs flats I bought in Canada last year, and all I'm going to say is that Marc Jacobs ought to pay for my podiatry bills when I'm older!
This is a lovely silk skirt I bought from D&G in their recent Summer sale (cardigan from Review and shirt from Cue). I originally wanted some shoes in this print, but they sold out everywhere in my size so I had to settle for the skirt instead.
Shoes from L&J. I've probably said before that I think slides are generally useless, but they're great to wear the day after you spent a whole day in horribly uncomfortable Marc Jacobs shoes.