Red Autumn

1You know in my neck of the Melbourne woods we don’t have many deciduous trees around, so, during Autumn we can’t do all the amazeball shoots with leaves that I see my European and American bloggers do in their Autumn. However, a few streets away from me stand two  trees that turn a beautiful vivid red in Fall, I took my chance and took some pics with them before the leaves die for winter. I don’t know what kind of tree they are either, so, if anyone knows their trees, please tell me what type it is!

5The owners of the house came out while we were taking these pictures, it was early in the morning and they were getting their paper. I told them how unique their trees were and we chatted for a while. This outfit is a typical autumn leaf inspired ensemble, you’ve probably seen similar ones from me featuring the colour mustard when I was still in Hanoi ( here and here ) as well as the boho autumn post from last year.

For this outfit I’m wearing maroon tights, a thrifted dress and carrying my new gorgeous b.dakin bag – in autumn colors! I know b.dakin cos we sell at Rose St together and their African Wax cushions and homewares are so good! Colourful and, well, you know my feelings about wax cotton! :)

6 4 2Dress: thrifted Bag: gifted by b.dakin Shoes: EOS

You may notice my hair is slightly blue, I was trying to remove the yellow tones of my blonde through unorthodox methods, I don’t recommend it. However, you know me, I don’t care if my hair is blue for a few weeks, it wasn’t what I wanted, but, I’ll handle it.

Happy Sunday everyone! Here’s an obligatory ‘throw up leaves in the air pic’ to end this post… it’s not as easy as it looks.

xox Jacqui



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4 Comments on Red Autumn

  1. Kobi Jae
    May 3, 2015 at 5:49 am (2 days ago)

    This is simply stunning! And even though I am tremendously opposed to blue and red (high school sports team colours :-\), I can make an exception for this cos it is so visually poetic. You beast <3

    • Jacqueline Stewart
      May 5, 2015 at 3:41 am (1 hour ago)

      Thank you Ms Jae! I understand about high school colours, I’m a bit opposed to olive green for similar reasons.

  2. Alison
    May 3, 2015 at 5:42 pm (1 day ago)

    A beautifully paired down look and so fabulous with your hair! It pops against the red of the tree and your dress. And I love the red and orange in the bag, it brings it all together. Nice and bright for a Melbourne Autumn!


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