Such a diverse week on the #everydaystyle front, don’t you think?
The crazy weather offering up extremes from one end of the country to the other was certainly an influencer. As were Australia Day parties and gatherings.
For me, it was back to school and back to a more regular work-at-home routine after nearly eight weeks. I’m truly grateful that I started this challenge before school finished because I’m now well and truly in the habit of thinking about my outfits every day now.
It might seem such a small thing but to me it’s a big thing. I know if I look “put together” then I feel put together and I’m more likely to get things done.
Does that makes sense?
Anyhoo … continuing on with this week’s round-up. Thanks so much for playing along. I hope you feel the same way.
SY #everydaystyle (the outfit you liked the most)
It seems those Country Road utility pants keep on pleasing not just me – but you too (the outfit I feature here each week is the one that you gave the most likes to on Instagram). So glad I bought them. They’re like magic pants – comfy and flattering. How is that even possible?
Country Road pants | Country Road tee | Verily kimono | Bella Lido sandals | Uberkate necklace | Dinosaur Designs ring
Do you know how much I love looking through the feed for the #everydaystyle hashtag each day and re-capping each week? A LOT.
I just love how each and every one of you owns your own style. These are just a handful of my faves from the week. And yes, your eyes do not deceive you, that’s a guy joining us in the line up this week. Love your style Dad Down Under.
Not all the people joining in #everydaystyle are style bloggers but many are so I like to feature a couple of them here each week. Make sure you click on through and say hi. If you like what you see sign up to follow them.
The Fashionable Mum: Vicki is a Perth-based blogger and you just have to love her tagline, “sneaking fashion into the grocery budget”. She’s a 40-something mum who’s always had an obsession with fashion and she knows how to keep that obsession happening on a budget. You’ll also find great beauty tips there too.
Ashley Rose: Ashley is in her mid 20s and based in Melbourne. Her blog started as a way to chronicle her daily outfits but has grown to be more. She’s part of the successful Aussie Curves group and worked with a number of plus-sized brands. I wish I’d had my style as together as Ashley does when I was the same age.
Want to join in? Simply upload a photo of yourself showing your everyday style to Instagram or Facebook, use the #everydaystyle and tag @stylingyou so I can find you. Don’t feel you have to post every day. Post when you can.
If you already play along, who’s style has caught your eye this week?