The Last of Autumn
by Tiffany Kennedy
So autumn is sadly coming to an end, and winter is soon beginning. So I thought I would take a chance to reflect on what has been. With autumn came my school ball, early March, where I wore Scanlan Theodore, something that would impress. Soon after a spectacular night of a lot of dancing cam my birthday, held at the end of March. There isn’t anything special about turning 17, it’s not like turning 16 or 18, but luckily it’s that year in between where it doesn’t really matter. So I spent the night swimming and playing games in the pool, then eating ice cream and chocolate from a fountain. It was brilliant. Just around the corner was April, I started a new job, Oz Comic Con had come and gone, and other than trying my best to keep up with whatever school throws at me, I spent that month in bliss. As quick as April went, May came, and with it was Mother’s Day, where I spent my savings on urban decay make up, along with bits and bobs from lush and a lovely card from Kikki K. All of which my mum was pleased with. Soon enough in May I created this blog from humble beginnings, and just hoped that other people would share my interest.
So autumn has come and gone, and with it a variety of memories. As autumn leaves we get to head into winter where we can wear more coats and layer things up in a fantastical way which didn’t entirely work for autumn. We say goodbye to skirts with long sleeves and say hello to warm jeans and coats. Whether we break out of the usually winter fashion mould, or keep with what bad already been done, you guys will be the first to know as we continue on this journey. So let’s just enjoy these very few moments left of autumn, before the absolute cold comes and takes us.
I look forward to the new season and what it has to bring. So here I’ve left a few photos from a lovely autumn day, spent out in the Perth city. Featuring a Cue in the City top, Scanlan Theodore skirt and a Stella poncho, it was the perfect outfit in order to symbolise autumn and what had come with it. I hope you all enjoyed this season and are ready to move onto a new one. We’re just waiting for the temperature to drop!