And I’m back!!! I know Wishbone went silent for a couple of weeks (Aussie jet lag) #thestruggleisreal. Now that I’m almost back on East Coast time, I couldn’t wait to share some of the amazing food, experiences and of course fashion with you!
We were lucky enough to hit 2 weeks of amazing Spring weather in Sydney and took full advantage with daily walks over my favorite bridge, beachside dining, and catching up with friends and family.
Already missing the Vegemite toast 🙂
Jeans: Topshop, Shoes: Valentino (also here), Bag: Chanel, Jacket: IRO
Amazing local fruit and homemade granola and chia seed pudding at Boathouse.
A little shopping break to re-fuel at one of my faves….Workshop Espresso
Runners: Nike, Scarf: Burberry, Bag: Chanel, Jacket: IRO, Sunnies: Oliver Peoples.
Seaside at the Northern Beaches
My favorite subject // Sydney Harbour Bridge
Top: Bassike (also love this one), Shoes: Valentino (also here), Striped top: ATM, Shorts: NEUW (also love these)
Latte art at Bunker
The iconic sails of the Opera House
Seaside and studded
Until we meet again xo
After our massive Aussie 4th of July festivities, a lazy Sunday was in order. We decided to head over to one of my favorite spots in Darlinghurst-The Bunker. The menu changes frequently and anything you order is amazing. As the name suggests, this cozy cafe only seats about 20 people and many times you will find customers spilling over onto make shift seats on the windowsill or the stools arranged outside. The vibe is perfect.
After much deliberation, I finally chose the burnt fig and cinnamon granola with fresh yogurt and rhubarb-so yummy! My husband had the vanilla rice porridge (think creme brulee meets oatmeal)….it to was fantastic.
Top: J. Crew (similar here), Jeans: Current/Elliott, Sneakers: Rubi, Sunnies: Wayne Cooper, Bracelet: vintage (similar here), Bag: vintage Louis Vuitton, Nails: OPI A good Mandarin is hard to find, Gloss: MAC nymphette