Photos by – Yunn Chin Photography
Sorry I haven’t been in touch for some time, the September and October rollercoaster took me by surprise and I’ve only been able to catch a breath now.
Before I get into the details about my time away from the blogosphere, I wanted to share my first collaboration with the one and only Camille Sioco from Frilly Skirts. I consider Camille as one of my close friends so when she approached me for a collaboration, I was more than excited that she even thought of me, she has been in the game for 5 years and is one of the most successful bloggers I know, so you can imagine my excitement.
Camille has been my biggest support within the blogger community, we met almost 2 years ago, at a time when I had just started blogging and had no idea what I was doing. We immediately became great friends and have been in touch ever since, it helps that she lives just up the road. Even our boyfriends/photographers; Ramon and Chin, have developed their own bromance hahahaha!
But in all seriousness, I have learnt so much from her; especially learning how to stay true to yourself and keeping your own identity as a blogger, which is one of the hardest things I’ve come across as a fashion blogger.
I have never met anyone quite like her; the MOST organized person I know, down to earth and a personality with so much depth that constantly surprises. Such a big contrast to me, however, just an example – she posted this 2 weeks ago and here I am just only getting myself organized hehehehe !
On the day, we had brunch at Paper Planes Café, where I unfortunately missed out on a mean breakfast. I had a tad much to drink the night before at a birthday party ….. (sigh) yup, I hated myself, that breakfast looked soooo good.
We ended hanging out at a really nice memorial park where we shared some great laughs, mostly about how awkward we felt with two cameras (Ramon’s and Chin’s) on us at the same time. I kept pulling faces (it’s a thing I do when I feel awkward, if you haven’t already noticed) and poor Ramon had to deal with directing me when I was being silly for most of the shoot … hahaha, sorry Ramon.
Since I had recently sprained my ankle, I had to stick to sneakers, which I teamed with my signature disco pants and one of my favourite cardigans, as usual, I looked like a walking rainbow hahaha!.
Camille rocked the 80s with a plaid shirt tied around her waist, with a simple printed shirt and leather pants perfectly accessorized. This girl can rock any look I swear, I loved this outfit on her especially, such a great contrast to her signature feminine frilly skirt aesthetic.
I’ll be posting more details about my outfit on this day within the week so keep a look out.
Hope everyone is having an amazing start to the week!
I’m currently taking some much-needed time away in Melbourne YAY!!!!
I’ll be posting up everything I’ve been up for the past 2 months and my trip to Melbourne within the coming weeks so stay tuned.
Thank you for visiting!!!