The little brown boot.

Today marks the first day of winter. (YAAAAAAAAAASSS)

And for us Queenslanders it marks the start of wearing funky boots, cosy knits and ripped jeans.. Or does it?

We may not get those cooler days that trench coats are made for. (like the southern states) But we crave all the beautiful trends that winter brings. (and secretly hope that the temperature will drop low enough to drag out our beanies!)

A lot of our customer’s often say, It’s not cold enough for beautiful boots. WRONG!

You so can wear boots! You don’t need a super cool climate to wear boots. And we will show you how.

Our favourite boot of the season “Zonk” in Dark Brown Nubuck is a staple.

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You can wear it with your favourite skinny jeans, cropped boyfriends, or even a beautiful maxi dress.

We have picked out some of our favourite street style looks that nail the “little brown boot” for a milder winter in the sub-tropics.

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Ohhhh Miranda. Showing off those infamous pins. For all those Southerners THIS is a Queensland winter outfit if I have ever seen one. (Jealous?!) I can’t fault anything about this look. The hat, the bag, and of course a pair of brown boots. It also proves we don’t need super chilly days too look cute as hell in boots!

 

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Allllllllll about that double denim. I like to call this look “comfortable chic”. Because honestly how bloody great does this look!? And heck if you can’t find an oversized slouchy denim shirt, just nick one from your brother/significant others/dad’s wardrobe. Problem solved! You can wear the shirt open with a cami, or tie it around your waist, or as pictured.

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Lastly we can’t forget about the beloved maxi dress. Perfect for summer yes? …AND winter? Of course! Add a pair of beautiful brown boots, a denim jacket if required and wallah!

Enjoy these cooler days, and don’t be afraid to mix it up. Because fashion isn’t always about playing by the rules – or sweating unnecessarily to look great in your favourite trench. You can still look bloody sensational regardless of the temperature.

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B.S.F

 

How to nail transeasonal style.

As we fast approach the start of the cooler months, finding the perfect outfit can often be tricky.

Sometimes I find myself in the morning picking out my go to skinny jeans, but my mid day I am a sweaty mess. (sorry for the overshare)

For me, living in Queensland is often many days of the above. In reality I crave the beautiful coats and knee length boots, but we simply don’t have the chill factor to pull them off.

So from one sweaty gal to another here is my favourite tips to survive the few weeks of Autumn/Winter in the sup tropics.

  • Boyfriend Jeans are a MUST. I don’t care how saggy my butt looks, these bad boys are perfect for tran-seasonal weather. You can team them with cons for the cooler mornings, but they still look great with a killer pair of sandals.
  • Always pack a scarf with you in the morning. (sound stupidddd I know!) But if you are just wearing a singlet/a basic T and you don’t want to lug a cardi around… you have a lightweight alternative! (The pic bellow shows you how to NAIL the point above)
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Spring Carnival Fashion

Spring Carnival Racing will soon be upon us,

Here are some of our favourite looks from the spring racing season!

Jen Hawkins– this girl never disappoints.
Classic, understated chic.
love the soft pink/nude tones!

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Sanchia Peterson-  Absolutely adore this Navy floral off the shoulder number.
Super cute take on traditional spring florals.

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(image courtesy of Elle)

Nadia Bartel – UGH. This woman is too good.

Everything about it is AH-MAZING.

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(image courtesy of Elle)

Dasha Gold- Love seeing a risk taker and spring carnival is the perfect place to do it.
Head to toe – perfection.

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(image courtesy of Elle)

Giddy Up 😉

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