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Friday, 13 February 2015 | Comments: 0
Put your clothes on airplane mode too, not just your phone; Let me read your mind for a second, when you get on a plane all your thoughts about style goes out the door and comfort never became more important in that duration. Here's some thoughts that lingered on in my head when I was thinking about what to wear on the plane. I want to look at least half decent and pulled together, but I didn't want to go overboard either, so here are my conclusions. Put on a striped top and tuck it into a loose high waisted pant paired with mid high booties. That way you'll look slim, simple but not boring at the same time. As for your outwear, you'll be 4000 ft. off the ground and it'll most likely be around -40 degrees celsius so wrap up baby, it's going to be a cold ride, especially if you're on the plane overnight. Make sure your outwear isn't massive because imagine that little space you have on the plane, you might as well buy a new seat for your jacket so keep it mid; unless you're in first class, then excuse yourself from that statement. 


Monday, 2 February 2015 | Comments: 0
No matter what the season, coats, hats, and anything that can be layered are always on my mind. This year I have the opportunity to travel to the Northern hemisphere to experience a not very white Winter. The temperature up in Asia isn't that much different to New Zealand during the Summertime and to me, this temperature is hot as hell. Speaking of, if you're in a country where every one has thousands of layers and you have a pair of short and a t-shirt on; you'd be the strangest kid on the block. Let's be honest though, who wouldn't layer themselves up if they have the chance? This shoot was by far, the hardest I have ever done in terms of how unfitting the outfit was to the weather. I wanted to give some ideas to those who live up there. If you're living the dream; aka, the white Winter I've dreamed of day after day, lose the heels and put on some Hunters or something. Read on for outfit details with special thanks to Beat, NOM*d and