The Mademoiselle X Mejuri Jewellery Edit

mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal
mademoiselle mejuri jewellery edit minimal

Shop the edit here // wearing Everlane u neck t-shirt, Dr Denim skinny jeans & Madewell courier shirt

Even though I’ll wear the occasional statement necklace, I’m a minimal jewels kind of gal at heart. Dainty chains are enough to make my heart melt – figuratively speaking, of course – and I’ll take a delicate gold ring over a sturdy statement piece any day.

So today I’m really excited to share with you the minimal (and in my opinion – essential) jewellery edit that I’ve curated, featuring five of my favourite jewellery pieces from Mejuri.

Summed up in three words, I don’t think you can describe these pieces as anything other than dainty, delicate and minimal – perfect when worn paired together, and they make a great starting point if you love layering your jewellery as much as I do.

You can shop the edit here and if you’re interested in seeing these pieces in action, then make sure to check out the video I filmed which goes into a little more detail on each item.

Starry Eyed

RUBY NZ frances star minidress
RUBY NZ frances star minidress
RUBY NZ frances star minidress
RUBY NZ frances star minidress
RUBY NZ frances star minidress
RUBY NZ frances star minidress

RUBY Frances Star mini dress, Teddy Blake Rachel mini bag (love this option & this is also cute!), Givenchy sequinned heels (these are a great alternative)

Prints have been making a comeback in my wardrobe, in a major way, and lately, all I’ve been seeing is stars.

I was lucky enough to get to pack this starry beauty in my suitcase for my (not-so)-recent trip to Italy and the United States and I have to say, this dress had me at hello. Asymmetrical hem? Check. Gold embroidered stars? Check. Perfect for day or night? Check.

I pulled this out on one of our final nights in Italy, as we roamed the cobblestone-lined streets of Florence in search of homemade pasta and a refreshing aperol spritz. It’s one of those pieces that makes a statement by itself, thought I love the idea of layering it over a skivvy with tights to transition into Summer, or with a simple pair of cons for everyday.

Because I pretty much have a one-track mind, I’ve been practically obsessing over its star-sprinkled sister, the Frances mini skirt. I’m sure I’m not on my own when I saw it looks like the perfect summer mini skirt – with a sweet little twist.

A peek inside my Spring wardrobe

spring minimal capsule wardrobe with colour
spring minimal capsule wardrobe with colour

While I’ve finally come to the conclusion that the capsule wardrobe is no longer right for me, I received so many requests to continue sharing seasonal wardrobe lookbooks, that I thought I’d give you a peek into my Spring wardrobe, and some of my current favourite outfit combinations. I’ve been talking about adding some colour into my wardrobe for a hot minute, and I have to say, it was about time that I finally put my money where my mouth is. I had a lot of fun filming (and editing!) this video, so if you’d like to see my Spring favourites in action, then make sure to check out the video below.

A month until we say ‘I do’.

wedding plans bouquet

It’s strange to think that more than a year and a half has passed since Luke popped the question, and stranger still to think that in less than a month’s time, we’ll be calling each other husband and wife. If there’s one piece of advice that I can share for those planning their own weddings, it would be to really take your time – Rome wasn’t built in a day. For those curious about the finer details, I’ll be sure (over)share once the day is done and dusted, so if you have any specific questions, feel free to let me know in the comments below. The countdown is well and truly on!

Rose Quartz Decor

source; kate la vie

Perhaps a little (too) inspired by the 2016 Pantone Colour of the Year, all things pink have been slowly creeping into my wardrobe, bedroom, and living room. It’s little surprise that it’s not really much to Luke’s taste (I did manage stop short of going full hog with petal pink flannelette sheets…), though I’m loving the softness that it adds to our home, given that the two of us tend to gravitate to all things black, grey and white. Currently at the top of my home decor wishlist however, is not a couple of new sidetables for our bedroom, but this muted blush velvet armchair from West Elm that I’ve been eyeing up for the better part of this year. Is it too soon to say that I’m fairly certain I can sneak this into our living room post-wedding?