Sydney’s weather is rather peculiar. It’s not on par with Melbourne’s ‘4 seasons in a day’ weather but it’s still quite capable of displaying mood swings.
We’ve had quite a few episodes of gusty wind recently and while they don’t actually do your hair any justice, I really like utilising the movement of air to show off the way my outfits look under different conditions. The ripples that lightweight materials make are really pretty don’t you think?
This one shoulder dress from Miss Selfridge is one of the more versatile dresses in my wardrobe. I had worn it to a wedding with heels and a clutch, and to a farmer’s market recently with flats and a cross body bag. This dress made me feel extra beautiful because of the way it sit on my body and I don’t think this feeling should only be reserved for formal occasions. In fact, we have the right to feel beautiful every single day because this is how we were made in the first place. Instead of relying on people to affirm us, why don’t we affirm ourselves with this truth?
Try this: Next time when windy conditions are forecasted, wear your most flow-y dress, whip out your camera and go crazy outdoors! Dance, twirl, jump or do whatever you like… you might be amazed (and amused) with the images, and it’s good to let the extra energy out sometimes.
What say you?
Photography| Mr M
Outfit details: Dress Miss Selfridge Sandals ASOS Bag Charles & Keith Belt Country Road Sunnies Barton Pereira Rings Mazel, Via Alley