But I feel like it's summer already as it's getting really really hot here in Sydney even though the weather here is rapidly changing lately. Scorching sun on one day then rain and thunderstorm on the other day.
Sorry that I have been on-and-off on this blogging activity but I have been dealing with couple of things that I really need to focus on. So please bear with me, okay? ;)
Haven't had any pictures shot lately but this kind of outfit cold welcome summer warmly, I guess?
The hat piece that caught my eye:
Red Flower Cloche Hat - David Jones
Accessory: The Lomography Holga Camera
(Will let you know the pictures taken using this lomo cam)
So on the day I had these pictures taken (Mum took them for me), we went to this heritage place called:
We did not intend to visit this legacy house in the first place as I planned to only have a stroll around Double Bay with mum. Yet, we end up here due to my poor sense of direction finding the nearest bus stop around the area. It was raining heavily so we decided to stay for a while looking around this beautiful historic house.
Sydney does not have that many historic houses and my eyes have a weakness for vintage objects. That is why we end up spending hours wandering around inside. Those who like to spend time in museums, this place is just one of the must visit. And if you popped in on the website, the next location to visit on your list is probably Vaucluse House.
Took one shot before we left:
Flower dress - Cotton On / Red Suede Moccasin - Charles & Keith
Also I would like to express my deep condolences for Haiyan typhoon victims in Philippine. Hope that the situation will get better there.
Until next post dear readers!