Hello dear readers! I’m here to bring you another instalment of chaotic and quirky awesomeness from my friends at Ra Ra Superstar ❤
This set has completely captured my heart!! The colours and pattern didn’t initially strike me as ‘my style’, but once I tried it on I was smitten.
The colours went surprisingly well with my hair and complexion, and I’m obsessed with the neckline on this top.
Flattering, feminine, super cute.
Outfit and accessories courtesy of Ra Ra Superstar – shop online or find them here.
Happy Friday lovers!
Welcome to part two of my post featuring Ra Ra Superstar 🙂
Once I was kitted out in my next outfit, we explored a little further and found a quiet backstreet to take some snaps.
Another of my favourites of the day, this boxy crop is a perfect weekend piece you can mix and match with your wardrobe.
Here I am wearing a super bright vintage swimsuit, and a vintage denim skirt that caught my eye immediately with it’s adorable pocket bow details. I’m loving the washed out bleached colour – it’s perfect for summer denim.
You can shop these one-off pieces & accessories in store at Ra Ra Superstar 🙂
What’s your favourite piece so far?
I recently had the pleasure of helping out my pal Millie Tang with a lovely photoshoot she dreamed up, inspired by an exceedingly sweet house in Paddington.
She brought along an array of quirky and colourful outfits from local vintage & up-cycle queens, Ra Ra Superstar. All Ra Ra designs are made from recycled or vintage fabrics, and who doesn’t love sustainable fashion?? Buttheads, that’s who!
With the help of Megan Farquharson for hair and makeup, I was transported back in time in this ethereal series of dreamy photographs.
Beautiful photography by the extremely creative Millie Tang – you can check out her work here or on Facebook.
Cruelty free creative make up application by Megan Farquharson
Green maxi skirt: TopShop
Tulle gown: Custom order from Damsel In This Dress
Custom hair colour: Scissors, Paper, Rock Salon
All other clothing: Ra Ra Superstar
I have to admit, sometimes I check out my outfit once I’m dressed..and realise I’m basically dressed like an overgrown kid. At 23, I’m still at an age where I can kiiiinda get away with the whole “young, carefree and quirky” gig until I grow up and have to settle down into seriousness.
This goes for my photos too – I’m the biggest dork ever and I’m usually sporting the cheesiest grin imaginable and mucking around. I simply cannot take myself seriously. But I’m okay with that 😉
Dress: Sunday Social
Shoes: How Two Live x Windsor Smith from Solestruck
Hairband: Vintage from my childhood!
Necklace: Thousand Island Dressing
Custom hair colour: Scissors Paper Rock Salon
Don’t grow up, it’s a trap!