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In today’s What I Wish I Wearing post, I was inspired by the humble white shirt. It’s a must have staple in any closet, as it can be paired with endless combinations for both day and night! I started today’s ensemble with a white shirt that had a bit of a unique spin from Sheike, it features a scallop hem with a button-less front (that means no front gapes ladies!). Although it is approaching winter here in Australia, I though it would still be fun to pair it with a cool tropical print pant, this print however has an almost camo vibe, so not too bright or loud, perfectly subdued for the cooler months. And because it’s getting a lot cooler, you need some sort of cover up for when you’re stepping outside, so this grey cape jacket from Country Road was definitely a must. I accessorised the whole look with a super cute shoulder bag from my new favourite designer bag brand Milli Millu, gold lariat style necklace, camel coloured suede heels and the perfect cat’s eyes sunglasses to top it all off!

Let me know if you own a classic white shirt and how you pair it in your everyday outfits. Stay stylish ladies.

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<<1>> necklace <<2>> shirt <<3>> pants <<4>> jacket <<5>> sunglasses <<6>>heels 

Lisa Shearer

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When I saw this chic spotted apricot coloured maxi dress by Giselle available from Paddo to Palmy , I instantly knew I wanted to include it as part of my What I Wish I Was Wearing series. It looks so fun (perfect for the warmer months ahead), and would definitely flatter all types of figure due to all the draping detail on it. Today I’ve styled this dress with the Mollini Jayman leather lace up heels that I have also been obsessing over lately, I’ve put it on my wish list for my go to heels this summer. And would I be greedy to admit, that I want one in every colour?! I wanted to create a boho vibe with a preppy spin with the rest of the pieces I chose to pair it with. This dress is so versatile and would be perfect to wear on a lunch date, garden party or attending a spring wedding.

<<1>> necklace <<2>> dress <<3>> hat <<4>> sunglasses <<5>> bag <<6>>heels 

Lisa Shearer

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Indigo Blues

Although spring has definitely sprung (I’m writing this as my nose has let loose with a canon of sneezes). You’d think at this point in time I’d find myself gravitating towards shades of pastels, greens and crisp whites to welcome in the new season. Nope, for some reason I am finding mass appeal in the inky hues of indigo, this mysterious colour screams all sorts of sophistication, I instantly feel myself relaxing just at the sight of this colour. Pair it with textured timbers, a glint of aged metal, honed marble and crisp whites and you have a space you’ll never get tired of. Today I’ve compiled some of my favourite interiors that have showcased this moody colour oh so well.

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Let me know which room is your favourite.

Lisa Shearer

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