Quick Guide to Venice

Venice is unique, unlike anywhere else in the world, and for that reason tourists flock there to marvel at the beauty of the city. Unlike other Venice travel guides that are out there, this quick guide to Venice gives you tips about ways to be a responsible traveller when visiting the historic city as well as the all important meals and shops you should visit.

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6 Style Lessons I Learnt from Living in New York City

You will have seen me write countless times on the blog how New York City changed my style. Perhaps I was exposed in my formative style years (23-25 years-old). Or perhaps because I was away from all I knew - friends, family, home - that I took in everything I saw and wasn't afraid to be and dress as who I wanted to be.

Whether you have experienced New York or not, here are 8 style lessons the big apple taught me that might inspire your style too.

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Why You Should Wear Colour in Winter

Melbourne in winter can get pretty drab. The sky is grey and everyone wears black, there isn't much colour on the streets or in the sky. I have to admit, I also fall into the all-black Melbourne uniform in winter. Black is simple to style and classic but my mood is always a little more subdued when in all black. Colour on the other hand immediately makes the wearer feel alive and upbeat and has the same impact for those around them. But attempting to corporate brights into your outfit when it's utterly grey outside, is a challenge.

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The Art of Customisation

Individual style has finally overtaken the desire to 'blend in'. Not so long ago, 'normcore' was the king of the trends. A style of dressing which involved deliberately choosing unremarkable or unfashionable casual clothes in the effort to look, well, bland. But then a much needed cool change hit the air. Everyone suddenly wished to make an outfit their own, to bring out their personality in their look. From monogrammed leather goods to customised embroidery on denim jackets, everyone wanted to showcase a slice of themselves to their appearance.

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