The Melbourne Photo Diaries

This time last week I was in Melbourne. It was amazing, as always. It's one of those cities that never ceases to enchant me and there is always something new to discover. If you aren't familiar with Melbourne it is a very creative place, in fact it often is referred to as the arts capital of Australia. On the whole it is a very fashion-conscious city and there is always sartorial inspiration to be found-if you keep a look out for it!

Over the week I took quite a few photos, mainly on my main camera and phone. I ended up not getting a disposable camera, partly because I forgot and also I didn't really want to buy one. If you want to see my Instagram photos from Melbourne then head to this post. Here are some of the rest though:

Christmas in the Royal Arcade. There were so many gorgeous Christmas decorations around the city.

A wall of necklaces at the Melbourne Now exhibit. They encourage attendees to make their own piece to be displayed on the wall.

Diptyque candles at the Mecca counter in Myer.

One of the chapels in the city.

Macaron tower in the Royal Arcade.

French treats at Cafe Laurent in Camberwell.

A bridge of locks, much like the famous bridge in Paris. So cute!

Outside the National Gallery of Victoria.

Topshop on Chapel St.

At the Queen Vic Markets.

I hope you enjoyed the visual snippet into what I got up to! Keep an eye out for another Melbourne themed post over on nzgirl later on. I'll post a link when that goes live. xo


  1. I love Topshop!! Hope you got a lot of goodies xx