I’m headed to Spain next month (!!) and was looking for a solid travel tote. A week into my search the mind-reading people at rib & hull, a Polish-Australian accessory design house based out of Warsaw, generously offered me something from their shop (how did you know??). I was majorly excited to discover this stunning bag with everything I’ve ever wanted in a travel tote: well-made, super lush leather, minimal design, large zipped interior pocket and a beautifully integrated zip closure. It even comes with a luggage tag (not shown) and that wonderful artisanal vibe from the raw edges - what crazy serendipity! The leather is to die for lush; such an amazing colour too. These people really do read minds and now I must share it with you – they have some beautiful pieces in their store so do yourself a favour and check them out :)
PS. If anyone has any recommendations for things to do in Spain, particularly Barcelona, please let me know! x
c/o rib & hull Heirloom Carryall / Zara sandals / Rick Owens dress / Wanderlust+Co rings. Photos by W.
If, like me, you’re a little conscious about your midriff, here’s a great way to wear the crop trend: pair a longer crop top with high-waisted bottom. This is kind of a new cut for me as I never used to be a fan of high-waisted jeans. When I was old enough to be conscious about what I wore, it was all about the ripped and low-slung and oversized.
These Sass & Bide high-waist skinnies I picked up on a whim are fast becoming my favourite pair however. I like them with boxy short sweaters at the moment, just showing a sliver of skin instead of baring half your midriff. And a good hat is an easy update to this classic sweater-and-jeans look.
PS. Doing a little spring clean and just listed 50+ items on eBay – check them out here!
Zara sweater and shoes / Sass & Bide jeans / Wanderlust+Co necklace / Saba hat (love this version). Photos by W.
Employing varying degrees of jersey in today’s outfit. I’m currently obsessed with this paper-thin jersey tank from Helmut Lang, a no brainer for the heat and a perfect contrast to the heavier gauge on the skirt. I’ve been keeping my Summer outfits very low-key with simplicity in mind and a few key pieces like these two on repeat.. probably why I haven’t been inspired to post as often in this last month but I’m working on it. And can we talk about these sandals?!
Helmut Lang tank / Zara sandals / Zara skirt / Mansur Gavriel bag. Photos by W.