Tasfia before the Emma Mulholland show wearing:
crop top EMMA MULHOLLAND, overalls EMMA MULHOLLAND, bag DEADLY PONIES, sunglasses RAY BAN, rings CHASE DAKOTA
Unintential pink-matching during the first half of the day.
Tasfia is wearing: dress THREE FLOOR, sunglasses RAY BAN, shoes STELLA MCARTNEY, bag KNOTS AND KNITS, necklace GORJANA, rings ESTELLE DEVE & CHASE DAKOTA
A beautiful watercolour-wave piece by Leroy Nguyen from the Innovators show
The final walk at Blesse'd are the Meek
Me wearing: dress EMMA MULHOLLAND, jacket EMMA MULHOLLAND, sunglasses CHRONICLES OF NEVER, necklace MANIAMANIA
Flare buddies with my favourite fashun week bud, Nora
Another cool ensemble by Leroy Nguyen
We had a brief (but very necessary) cupcake + snack time intermission during the day
More cool looks by Blesse'd are the Meek
With the super cool and always impeccably dressed boys from Four Eyes blog.
Tas with the super delightful Amy
Super awkward (but kinda cute) 'behind the scenes' shot of Tasfia and , taken by Nora.
Day four - our final day at fashion week (we flew back on the Friday morning). I've kinda been trying to stall posting my fashion week posts because I really don't want you to feel even more bombarded by fashion week related pictures that have taken over all forms of social media for the last few weeks - whether it be runway shots, outfit shots, or behind the scenes ones. It is pretty much still 80% of my instagram stream. Particularly if you were at fashhun week yourself, you may've tired of seeing endless shots of the same shows and the same outfits. But I decided to share my recount with you anyway, to share the experience through my perspective, so begging your pardon if I'm being repetitive! So day four, also known as my third day as a self-imposed Emma Mulholland poster girl (Yes, someone did actually call me that - this was my third day in a row wearing Emma Mulholland). During the week I came across ALOT of people who had planned their outfits to the smallest details weeks and weeks ahead and felt they had to wear the newest season pieces. What I didn't like about this was I felt that maybe some people were taking this all too seriously. Sure, fashion is liberating and can be used to express and represent your inner self (and all that shiz) but I think it is something that should be a bit spontaneous and not be over-thought about, and just be enjoyed.Although I packed clothing thinking that they'd be pieces that I could wear to fashion week, I mostly wanted to wear clothes that I've worn many times over and that are really 'me'. So planning my outfits pretty much came down to wearing what I felt like at morning from the limited things I had in my suitcase - and I totally felt like nothing more than wearing Emma Mulholland over and over and over!! :D xxx