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Tuesday, October 14, 2014





STREET STYLE IMAGE FROM ADENORAH


AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE OF ONCE

Monday, October 13, 2014


























If you follow me on Instagram, you would have seen that Adrian and I were invited to the Australian Premiere of Once. I was a bit surprised to be invited, but it was a real honour to be one of the first people to see the musical here in Melbourne.

We took our seats and enjoyed the musical a lot. It was filled with some great quirky humour and fantastic songs with really talented actors and musicians. The musical was a love story about two people who shared a love for music. I don't want to get into what the musical was about incase you decide to go see it. The only thing I sometimes struggled with was some of the actors using the Irish accent, I'm normally quiet good with deciphering what people are saying, but there were some jokes that went right over my head, because I had no idea what was being said. It may have been my jet lag though! One of the things I loved, and thought was really cool was during the intermission, the stage was turned into a real bar that you could enjoy a drink at! I think it's a perfect night out with a special someone.

After the show, it would have been perfect to share a drink and sticky date pudding in the dim rooms of the Melbourne Supper Club and have time to soak in a such a beautiful musical. However, Adrian and I were so exhausted from coming back from Europe that we decided to head back home.

I wore my new Zara kimono, that I bought in Barcelona, Rgum's pleated pink dress from Valley Girl and Olga Berg clutch and my Betts shoes.

Once tickets are available on TicketMaster if you're interested in going to see a theatre show, instead of a romantic comedy on the big screen. Let me know what you thought about the show in the comments below!

-Olivia.
xx


























Dress: Valley Girl similar pink pleated dress |  Kimono: Zara similar red kimono  |  Heels: Betts similar black heels |  Clutch: Olga Berg (not pictured)  |  Belt: Forever New 






WARM GREETINGS!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
























































Hey!

I haven't had a chance to do an outfit post on my blog for ages. Alas, I borrowed my sisters clothes and viola! haha I don't know about you guys but, when traveling you get really sick of your clothes and the baggage limits on flights, limit what you can buy. So, I've been repeating my outfits a lot.

Anyway, this was taken on a really pretty day in Gdansk. This place is a really special area to me and my family (read about it here). I can't tell you guys what I'm wearing because, I don't know the brands but, I found some similar items and provided them below. :-)

At the moment, I'm in Budapest and it's really nice here. I can't wait to shoot something in this beautiful city.

Hope you're all doing well!

-Olivia. xx






SNAPS FROM PALMA DE MALLORCA

Friday, September 12, 2014

















Where do I start when explaining Palma de Mallorca? It’s such a beautiful island and a perfect place for Adrian to enjoy his birthday. 


We arrived at our beautiful hotel, the Hm Balanguera. It’s a bit outside the city centre but a perfect hotel that allowed us to relax after huge days of sightseeing and non-stop travel.

Again, we hired bikes to get around Mallorca, because we loved riding so much in Valencia. On our first day, we relaxed by the hotel’s rooftop pool, sipping cool drinks and jumping into the crystal clear water. It felt like paradise, because it was! That night, we hired our bikes and rode to the Cathedral at night and walked around the old part of Palma. Entering old book shops and eating ice-cream in quiet streets.

On Adrian’s birthday, we decided to ride about 5km outside of Palma de Mallorca to Cala Major beach (see picture 3). After about an hour riding/walking and complaining up the steepest hill ever and taking a wrong turn, we were both greeted with the best view! (see picture 2) We even decided to go back to the beach in the evening to take more photos (after realising there was a bike path along the port which cut about 30 minutes off the first ride we took).






























The whole trip to Palma de Mallorca was so relaxing, even though we were riding again. We got to see parts of Palma that we couldn’t have if we didn’t hire out the bikes.

Hope you're all well and enjoying these quick posts!

-Olivia. xx