The Model and Me: Anannasa spring-summer 2018

Nikki ParkinsonFashion, The Model and Me 5 Comments

Anannasa means pineapple in Hindi, so given my love of of anything pineapple, it’s no wonder that many an Anannasa piece has made it into my wardrobe and into my heart.

The Brisbane-based label is the brainchild of designer Yen Sher Lo. Anannasa clothes are “influenced and inspired by Sher’s many travels, sampling different cultures, meeting amazing people and her appreciation for fabulous interiors as well as diverse cuisines. All of these experiences have enabled her to bring the best to her label”

There’s always a whole lot of fun and summer energy in Anannasa pieces and these two are no exception.

The model

Anannasa Bee top | Bee palazzo pant
Anannasa Bee top | Bee palazzo pant

and me

Anannasa top and pant | Mimco bag | FRANKiE4 Footwear ALANA heels
Anannasa top (I’m in size M/L) and pant (I’m in size M)| Mimco bag | FRANKiE4 Footwear ALANA heels

There is nothing like a little metal mixing to make a girl feel more than a little glam. I love the contrast of the golden tones with the silver/pewter in this outfit. 

The rayon pants offer a relaxed elegance thanks to the split, the geometric and striped print and fringing. I’ve sized down. It was a bit of a wiggle on over the hips to the waist but, once in place, this was definitely the right size for me.

I feel quite luxe in the contrasting gold top. The colour is simply gorgeous and the three-quarter sleeves and high-low hem create a flattering line worn back with the pants.

FRANKiE4 Footwear’s ALANA heels in pewter help to bring the metallic mix together for an evening out.

The Model and Me: Anannasa spring-summer 2018

These pieces were gifted to me for editorial consideration in accordance with my disclosure policy.

Styling You Shop – summer faves 2018

Little Tanning Dress Ellie maxi dress
Little Tanning Dress Ellie maxi dress

Summer is officially here. We’re switching things up, swapping our handbags for baskets; bringing colour to our animal print obsessions; replacing our long activewear tights for shorter versions and we’re getting our fake tans on in style. Check out what’s new in the Styling You Shop HERE.

#shopitforward for drought-affected areas

Thank you to each and every one of you who has shared this post that now contains more than 60 online businesses located in drought-affected areas of Australia. An even bigger thank-you if you’ve shopped at any of the businesses. 

I’d love you to keep this list of businesses front of mind should you be doing any gift shopping over the months leading up to Christmas. The dollars go direct into affected communities, creating a ripple effect that will have lasting benefits for so many.

I won’t stop talking about and sharing these amazing businesses. We really are helping to make a difference.

Check out the list HERE.

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