I'm always to partial to any kind of one piece and this jumpsuit by Anna Quan has now become an evening favourite. I wore it out to dinner in Auckland (Coco's Cantina which is amazing), and it's going to be perfect for those balmy summer nights out.
Beauty note - for easy beach waves I use a little bit of Toni & Guy Sea Salt spray on damp hair and let it dry naturally, I'm also loving bare skin with a defined brown, Bobbi Brown Eye Brow Brush and Brown Pencil are my go-to.
Photos by Bianchi Photography
When a copy of How to be Parisian arrived on my desk I was instantly transported back to my trip to Paris - picking up a pain au chocolat from my local boulangerie, shopping at Isabel Marant, wrapping myself up in layers for walks around the city in the freezing cold and being incredibly flattered everytime someone asked me for directions thinking I was French.
Three years later and not much as changed, I'm still captivated by the French way of life (the food, fashion and culture) and I couldn't wait to start reading this little Frenchie handbook, especially as some of the advice is penned by Caroline de Maigret, a muse to Chanel and style icon in her own right (have you seen her apartment?).
A trip to Paris might not be on the cards at the moment, but in the meantime I'll be wearing my Dior pearls, pulling out my favourite scarves and painting my nails with a little bit of Chanel.
1. Photo by me - Glass house candle in Les Baies Sauvages, An Organised Life diary, Mise en Dior tribal earrings, How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are book, Daniel Wellington watch (Badlands readers can use the code “talisasutton” for 15% off!), Chanel nail polish in Frenzy and Byredo travel parfum in Bal D'Afrique
2. Karlie Kloss by Lachlan bailey for Vogue Paris March 2013
Now I'm on the hunt for the perfect pair of vintage Levis, I love these ones above styled by Dimphy den Otter for Vogue Netherlands.