Thursday, 16 April 2015

Packing Up and Moving Out

Luke and I are moving house this weekend. Our fabulous Fremantle apartment is no more, it’s very sad. We are temporarily moving to my folks house while our own home is being completed. It’s very bitter sweet, while I am SO excited to move into my own home in June, leaving our amazing Freo digs is super hard. We have lived here with our great friends for two years, and as much as the parking situation is a nightmare and sharing a small fridge between four people who love their wine is tricky, I’m going to miss it so much. Luckily my parents’ house is beautiful and has more than enough room for Luke and I, plus I’m thrilled I’ll be living with my beloved family dog again (and of course the rest of my family).

I packed up my wardrobe on Tuesday night, leaving out only my volleyball gear and a few work outfits to get me through the rest of the week. This was a bit silly as no sooner had I jammed everything into the back of my car that I realised I hadn’t done an outfit post for ages and I know I definitely won’t have time over the weekend. So this outfit was my only option to share because the other pre-planned looks have already been on the blog (here, here and here, see I do wear things more then once!)

I’m sure you’re not surprised to hear that I’m THRILLED it’s finally cold enough to bring out my blazers and coats. This top I’m wearing is sleeveless and I was actually quite cold while shooting these pictures, I really needed to wear a coat as well as a blazer. Man, I love Autumn!

Top: Salvos Mt Hawthorne $4
Jacket: Salvos Mt Hawthorne $7
Skirt: Hand-me-down
Shoes: Asos
Sunglasses: Ray Ban


  1. Good luck with the move and I hope it goes well.

    1. thanks Gab! The move was painful and tedious (as they always are!) but it's over now and I am soooo relieved!

  2. I hope that the whole moving out process wasn't too much of a hassle for you and Luke, with all the wardrobe, sports gear, and other stuff. Bad packing can damage fabrics or not support the gear's weight, but I hope you had none of those problems. Here’s to your next adventures. Good luck!

    Clay Delgado @ World Packaging Co.