The Embers

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Today marks two weeks of living at home by myself. My family have gone overseas for the month and have left me to hold fort (and look after our two fur babies, Misty and Casper).

This has given me a lot of spare time to think about what I can accomplish these holidays before I either start work/go overseas/change my mind and go back to study.

A friend and I have planned to sell some of out pre-owned, vintage and handmade wares at a local market next week which should be exciting!

So most of my time lately has been taken up by making and refurbishing, pricing and packing. This will be my first time selling items at an actual physical stall (my business prowess has not expanded past my etsy store) so this learning experience should be interesting!

In this outfit post, I am wearing The Embers top and skirt in cream bouquet by Cameo, which I bought at The Birdcage Boutique. I am in love with the bright floral print and the black netting. The layering is subtle but makes an impact nonetheless. I’ve teamed the look with a vintage faux leather clutch which was once my mother’s (before I claimed it) and my Windsor Smith prom heels which I am utterly addicted to.


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Tags: , crop top, fashion blogger, floral print, , skirt, street style, The Birdcage Boutique, The Embers

  1. Christina

    That’s a great dress I love the colours and the cut! Love your blog and just followed!

    Much love xxx

  2. caroline

    Oh that’s super dress, don’t sell it!! Good luck with your stall, take some pics!

  3. Angelina Stroumpouli

    These top and skirt look amazing, crazy print and cut!
    Hope everything went well with the selling, I am thinking of doing the same thing too!

    Merry Christmas
    Hope you are well and happy!
    Angelina –

  4. Connect-the-Cloths

    This outfit has amazing details! The ponytail was the perfect addition ;D

    Founder & CEO of Connect-the-Cloths
    A stylist, foodie, & writer's blog in development.


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