Thursday, 7 January 2016

Bronzed Neutrals

As I write this post in Phnom Penh airport, it’s back to reality in a couple of days after a beautiful and much needed relaxing holiday to Cambodia. It was an opportunity to sit back, relax and catch up on some creative time. As some of you may know, I work a full time job as well as running Boho Tailor. Holidays are a perfect opportunity for me to create some new content for the coming weeks, edit some blogposts and to gain inspiration for upcoming posts. I must say that this trip has also been a great balance of lazy days and spending quality time with my other half. December was a busy month in the office, so blog posts took up the majority of my evenings and weekends.  It’s nice to finally catch up a little and very much looking forward to January being a smoother month, and it will be nice to catch up with some of my Sydney friends over a nice cup of tea!











Todays look is of a relaxed nature. I am usually pretty good at packing, but this trip was a bit of an overweight luggage mission. I packed so many looks as thought they would be cute to snap but genuinely spent most days in the same shorts for 3 days with only changing up a bikini! It’s funny how lazy you can get when totally chilled out. I’ll have to remember that when packing next time! Off-Shoulder has definitely been a popular style this summer, and I couldn’t resist this Staple The Label number in the tropical heat. The backless design was just what I needed, paired with silk shorts that were so comfortable they are my go to item for the long flight home. When your wardrobe consists of neutral colours, the detailing of fabrics can sometimes change up the style that touch more. The intricate Broderie Anglaise style of this top gives the look a much needed lift and also gives me a good reason to invest in it even though I have a couple of white off-shoulders this season. 


Comfy shoes are a must when travelling and love the simplicity of these beauties. These are my first pair of tan sandals this season, so will get some good wear from these in the coming months. A South East Asia look (and any continent in my books) isn’t complete without a straw hat and I find it hard to not pair mine with every look. Let’s just say I have a slight problem with wide brim hats this season! I hope you guys have been enjoying my snaps around Cambodia. Chris and I have seen some amazing places, I am sure you’ll see more images crop up in the coming weeks  over on my Instagram as have so many to share.

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Photo credit to my love, Chris Bray



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2 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you got to enjoy some time to relax, as well as blog (because, hey, I'm a fan girl over here). I must say, I need to replicate this outfit, piece for piece. Your summer styling is off the chain. I love how you always looks so damn classy despite the heat.

    Kiara <3 // www.lioninthewild.com

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  2. Hello from rainy (surprise, surprise) London! I stumbled upon your IG account while starting to make flat lays and I have to say I love your IG feed. Girl you got SOME DETERMINATION IN KEEPING YOUR FEED MONOCHROMATIC! WOW! It looks amazing and I am sure I will come back to it times and times again for inspiration even though I cover interiors. I am sure I will enjoy the blog as well, your photos are lovely but with your style I think you should definitely up your game with digitorials. I bet you could do miracles.
    Speak soon,
    Jenny www.seasonsincolour.com

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