Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Australia Day Celebrations

I’ve recently been asked by the team at Farfetch to enter their Australia Day Celebrations Style Challenge – i.e. what I could wear when celebrating Australia Day given a gargantuan budget. Generally, I celebrate surrounded by friends and family with a good old-fashioned barbecue drinking beer or a few glasses of red. I'd love to one day be able to celebrate on the Sydney Harbor watching the boats and ferries in Circular Quay (but I currently live in Melbourne).



Roberto Capucci bootcut trousers, Filu Hats 'Chamonix' hat, Ruifier 'Visage Midnight Star' ring, Marni floral earrings, Givenchy buckled ankle bootsRoberto Cavalli sheer blouseAlexander Wang runway clutchShaun Leane hook bracelet.

Another Australia Day tradition is listening to the radio as the nation counts down the hottest 100 songs of last year in the Triple J Hottest 100. Triple J is a government-funded radio station, with really nothing else like it in the world. It plays some of the best music and was hugely informative during my teen years. Listening to Triple J throughout the day removes the stress of having to create the perfect party playlist and gives you the chance to reminisce on the best songs of last year. Congratulations to The Rubens on their #1 winning song, Hoops!

What could be better than a day filled with good food, good friends and great music?

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