I have one or two more posts from my time away, but I wanted to do a bit of a special thing for my 100th post! So here you are - we happened to shoot these in Centennial Park. It was totally unplanned (I screamed PULL OVER THERE! on our way out to dinner), but seems entirely appropriate to be in this park, made for colonial Australia's Centennial in 1888 to celebrate my own 100.
Thank you to all of you who have followed along - it is quite exciting to reach such a mile stone.
This dress is another one I have had sitting in the dark depths of my wardrobe for a while. I initially bought it thinking 'yay summer', before realising it was quite heavy fabric and needed a slip. So it is now more a 'yay autumn and cool summer days!'. I think of it as a '70s demure safari dress. So I stuck my wildest animal pin on (my sleepy fox) and was amazed by the wild beasts that came our way - that is the bats that were flying out to feed as the sun set - you might just be able to see them - the little specks below above the trees.
Dress - Glebe markets
Shoes - Django and Juliette
Bag - thrifted
Fox pin - a little gift shop in Summer hill