We all love affordable and cute clothes. There is a special feeling of happiness associated with wearing an outfit that looks beautifully expensive but is secretly cheap in price. Previously, big international chain stores like Zara, Topshop, H&M and Uniqlo were all only accessible to us Sydneysiders online. Recently, Fashion’s Big 4 have opened new stores across Australia and are all making their way to Sydney. Here’s a roundup of where to find these new stores and more importantly, what to buy.
There’s a reason Wellington has such a big bar scene – this city is home to several award winning bars and some of the best cocktails in the country. Spending a night dedicated to checking out the neat little bars Wellington has to offer is a must, so here’s a short list to guide you in your bar hopping adventures.
Super babe Jessica Tran of the eponymous fashion blog Jess Loves Fred, is not only a style aficionado but a fitness fanatic as well. We asked her to share her recommendations on where to eat, shop and work out in Sydney so maybe one day we too can be as svelte as she is. One day. You can follow Jess on Posse here and read on for her tips.
Do you get bored easily and lack the discipline that gym junkies seem to possess? If reps of weight and cardio and #fitspo selfies aren’t your thing, here are some bright ideas to get moving without having to guilt yourself into making the most of that $500 you spent on a gym membership. Try these alternatives for a work out that will be much more fun than doing repetitive exercises.
Known to locals as the ‘City of Sails,’ Auckland is consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the world for standard of living. The city has a diverse, multi-cultural feel, most spectacularly showcased by the city’s vibrant restaurant scene. These are just some of our favourites.
Unlike our English Breakfast sipping cousins back in mother Britain, Australia’s decidedly well-established love affair with the coffee bean has a strong-hold on our cafe culture. I never realised how big of a thing coffee is in Australia until I tried to order a flat white the first time I went to Europe (the waiter didn’t understand, the flat white apparently is not a thing). Tea on the other hand, while currently underrepresented by boutique producers in Australia, is gaining moment as this year’s hot new trend. We spoke to Amber about her company T Totaler, tea and her plans for a new tea house in Newtown.