You have a very identifiable aesthetic. How did you build this initially and has it evolved since you launched your blog?
My blog has been based on my personal style from the beginning and my expression of that has always come very naturally. That’s not to say that my current minimal, monochromatic aesthetic was as it is from the start. I used to wear (and love!) a lot of floral, vintage dresses, pops of colour and show plenty of bare leg – basically everything I largely avoid these days – but it was very much my style at the time and I felt very natural in expressing it as such. Over the years I began to gravitate towards a more minimal approach to dressing, with oversized silhouettes, clean lines, masculine tailoring and a largely monochromatic palette becoming my signature aesthetic and what I felt most comfortable wearing, and that’s where we are today. So my aesthetic has certainly evolved, and it will continue to do so no doubt, though I feel I’ve found my style and it won’t deviate too much more in the future. I love black too much to change now.
What are the top 3 style rules that you swear by?
Less is more, comfort is key and invest in classic, timeless pieces.
Reiss is launching in Australia; which pieces have you bookmarked for your wishlist this season and why?
I’m into classic, timeless pieces that can work for any season. A clean, sleeveless knit like the Aida, tailored black trousers like the classic Joanne style and a leather jacket are at the top of my wish list for this season because I know I can wear them for many seasons to come and I’ll still love them.