Last week was pretty overwhelming and I’m still coming to terms with the death of my Uncle Pete, so I feel like I have just been putting on clothes in the dark. It’s made me think though, personal styling isn’t always about presenting the most fashionable or on-trend you at any particular time. It’s more about presenting the most you you at that moment. It’s been raining every day for a week, and I have craved comfort and simplicity, so the first thing I wanted to do on Friday night was put on one of my husband’s shirts. It felt good, but more importantly it satisfied my need for solace. So the next morning I woke up at butts o’ clock to attend TEDxBrisbane, and I thought I’d do it again except I wore a lighter coloured shirt of Nick’s. My grief had found a uniform, a consistency I was sorely lacking.
Skirt: Yours Clothing