I love walking around Glenelg. It’s a fabulous shopping district, littered with a variety of Australian fashion boutiques and quaint cafes. And since it’s near the beach, it’s no surprise that it’s slowly evolving into a more relaxed community, attracting the boho-hipster-chic crowd and the general we-don’t-care-about-trends folk alike. It’s one of my favourite places to go hang out at when I’m in town.
Ferris Wheel, The Beachouse, Glenelg
Activities that lure me to come down would be: coffee at CIBO in Moseley Square or browsing/shopping the shops — I’d usually end up doing both tho. I’m glad that it’s quite close to where I’m staying at. <3
Spent an hour watching the weather go mental; confused whether it should stay cloudy or let the persistent sun shine, so happy it’s the latter. Oh yea, observing local style was also included in the hour’s activity. It’s quite fascinating how men’s fashion stand out more than women here. Well, at least, I notice that the guys are far more remarkably dressed than the ladies I’ve seen so far. What is this tapered bermuda short + deck shoes I see most of them wear? Not too keen about it.
Sandals London Rebel
Rings Chick Flick, Sportsgirl
Earrings Mum’s gift
Necklaces Lee Hwa Jewelry, Chick Flick
Originally, I was wearing a pair of strappy black stilts from Charles and Keith. I only brought the London Rebel sandals with me for emergency. I changed into them on the ride back and ended up wearing them during the shoot with my lovely 5-year old photographer niece, haha.
Sheeba Sandals in Grey, London Rebel
Yea, they’re a newly acquired pair from Shoe Shed at Harbour Town. Also, got it at an awesome bargain (they were running a buy 1, get 1 free deal) and I only shelled out AUD$ 29.99 (roughly around Php 1,320.00) for 2 pairs. Technically, this pair only costs AUD$ 15 (roughly around Php 700.00).