The first time I saw Emily Muco was way back when at the BLVD Markets held at the Boulevard Hotel in Floreat. Being the new blogger on block I didn’t really know who anyone was let alone the designers, but I remember noticing Emily in a brightly printed vintage style frock, standing near her rack of equally bright dresses. Continue reading
If you follow the blog you’ll know I’ve been on a mission to grow my hair out for summer. I’ve never been a huge hair extensions fan, so all I could really do was let it grow. Yes, that “lovely” song from Frozen came into my head too. Sorry. I’ve tried lengthening and strengthening shampoo and conditioner which is definitely working, but there was one thing I forgot about when I decided to grow out my mop.
I’ve been dying to visit Grass Espresso for months, but the opportunity has never arisen until now! According to Urbanspoon the cafe doesn’t open on Saturday (?) so we got up early on a Sunday morning and ventured to West Perth to finally it check out. What we discovered was everything we expected and more, and we were so pleased when we arrived at the cute little grass covered haven.
Tuesday started like most Tuesday’s. I woke up, showered, got in the car, drove to Fremantle. But wait, I don’t work in Fremantle! That is because I had a dreaded appointment I’d been preparing myself for for two months. Two months of avoidance and denial.
Wow. What a whirlwind of a weekend. The last few days saw Forrest Chase in the city transform into Fashion Central for the annual Telstra Perth Fashion Festival. Personally I couldn’t wait to get out and about and absorb our own mini fashion week.
If you’re looking for a simple but tasty meal in a spacious, airy spot then Opal Cafe fits the bill perfectly. The Northbridge eatery is light and bright and the perfect place to meet up with friends.