A teeny bit later than usual, but I’m back with another Lilt Loves post to promote all of the things I’ve been loving the last couple of months and right now.
These past months I’ve been loving fresh flowers, nourishing skincare, comfortable but stylish shoes, wearing a tonne of lipstick, and must see exhibitions.
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I have a very big smile on my face this week as it is September and spring has finally arrived!
I’m definitely happiest in the warmer months, and to me, spring is the perfect time to start fresh and switch up some of my beauty products to help combat the dullness that winter may have left behind.
Today I have teamed up with Catch.com.au to bring you a selection of spring beauty essentials that will get you feeling, fresh, radiant and ready for the months ahead.
Hooray for the first day of September! Which means it is finally spring … and my birthday month 😉
But not only am I happy about the promise of warmer weather and birthday lunches, today I am excited because this year I have chosen to take part in Liptmeber, a campaign dedicated to educating the community on women’s mental health, whilst raising funds towards specific women’s mental health research and support programs.
Wowee! I haven’t done an Instagram recap on the blog for quite a while.
Here are some of the things I have been getting up to and loving on Instagram.
21 neat gift ideas to spoil your dad this Father’s Day.
I recently published a post on the new Camilla and Marc 2018 Resort collection, and have been thinking non stop about the stylish combination of a timeless white shirt, pair of jeans, black heels and statement earrings!
The new Camilla and Marc Resort 2018 is all of the things I am looking forward to in fashion in the upcoming months.
Happy Monday! I hope you had a lovely weekend.
It just keeps getting colder and colder here in Melbourne and today I am wearing one of my favourite new dresses from the Gorman x Dana Kinter collaboration. Read More
Nothing brings me more joy than interviewing personal friends and featuring them here on Lilt Blog.
Especially hard working, passionate and creative women who I admire, and Tara Lofhelm is definitely in that category.
In one of my recent posts I suggested op shopping as a way to build a more ethical wardrobe. Now that I am consciously trying to shop smarter, op shopping is something I have become very interested in.