This furry neutral coloured vest is amazing! As you can see, I’m wearing it all the time, and each time it looks different, depending on what I pair it with. Like I mentioned recently, I’ve minimized my closet, and trying to fill it with beautiful staple pieces that I can mix and match with.
Like I mentioned in my recent outfit post, I’m trying to simplify my wardrobe. Sticking to neutral colours that suit me. Browns, creams, whites and greens. I work as an executive officer at a University, and I like to look professional, but not boring. I like to add my own edge to my outfits.
I’m getting ready for winter, and hope to share with you soon my autumn/winter capsule wardrobe. I want it to be simple, beautiful, and easy to mix and match.
I’m trying to minimize the amount of clothes I have, and have a nice amount of beautiful pieces that I love. Here is a snapshot of some pieces that I adore and work really well with other pieces in my wardrobe. Mixing and matching is the way to go! I’m going for a very neutral palette.
So, I’ve decided to get more personal and share from my soul what works for me, on my journey towards a life filled with style, as well as faith and love. Hope you like it! Visit my new youtube channel, here. Joelyne xo #Journalling #God #soulspeaks #youtube #beyourself
When I was offered the chance to stay in Surry Hills for a night on the weekend, I jumped at the chance. I’ve never really explored Surry Hills, even though ive worked around Central for the last ten years.
We arrived at this cute, modern, hotel in the heart of Surry Hills. Welcomed by home made choccies – YUM!
I relaxed and enjoyed a book, and browsed pinterest with free WIFI ! One evening away from home was the small getaway I needed!
Had my self a small bottle of white wine from the mini bar, and bought some blue cheese from the local Aldi store. There was a small kitchenette, which was pretty handy too.
The hotel seemed like it was recently renovated, but I could be wrong. It had this trendy, new feeling to it.
I always look out for customer service. Checking in and out was a breeze and the staff were very friendly.
Of course, had to take some selfies!
So many awesome restaurants close by. Walked about 10 minutes, and stumbled upon this Jamaican diner & rum bar, Rosie Campbells (320 Crown Street, Surry Hills). Oh my goodness, the food was delicious and so absolutely fresh.
I had coriander cured kingfish, lime juice, coconut cream and fresh mango with a pina colata & Tim had grilled jerk chicken, coconut rice and peas and fresh lime.
Finished with a fun night out in the city.
Special thanks to Cambridge Hotel for hosting me as their guest. As always, the content & opinions expressed here are entirely my own.