Yellow Mellow

Procrastinating in my pj's, avoiding my maths assignment at all costs has allowed me to bring to you all a blogpost filled with photos from my day spent with Hayley, a gal who I feel that I just connect with. You know those people that you can instantly click with? I feel like we're both so likeminded that the day was so lovely. We spent the morning trying gross looking vegan food we picked up at Leederville IGA (video soooon) and the afternoon trotting around Northbridge, heading out for coffee, cursing profusely in french and exploring alleyways.
I was feelin pretty groovy this day and accidentally channeled some sort of early 70's groover. The first thing my sister said to me consisted of "Freya, what are you wearing?" but honestly what's not to love about bright yellow tops and flares?
Sending good vibes to you all!

Top: Somedays Lovin, Pants: Thrifted, Shoes: Thrifted (branded Forever New)


















Life Update!

Hello to you all! It's been a while since I last caught up with you (yes, I know I put out another France blogpost today but I haven't been able to properly catch up with you)!
Currently in my life: I've just had three weeks of holidays and I'm heading back to school for my final term (forever). I've had the worst sickness of my life, I think it was bronchitis but you can never be too sure when you're a raging hypochondriac. I've caught up with friends, been out almost every night for three weeks and overall have just been having a lovely time in my life. These photos are from quite a while ago, I was meant to make this blogpost a good month ago but better late than never in my opinion!
As a final note, I wanted to let you all know that change is coming, I'm hoping to re-vamp the blog and youtube it's just taking me a little while to get my creative gears running again!
Sending good vibes and love to all of you, hope you're all doing okay!

Top: Bershka (France), Jeans: Thrifted, originally Wrangler








Fairytale land

Eze, Dolceaqua and St Paul de Vence. Having already visited 2 out of three of these mystical places I naively expected that my second adventure would be somewhat less magical. How wrong I truly was. 

Eze

Walking the narrow streets of Eze, it's easy to draw comparison to fairytales or story books. The cobblestone pathways are, although slippery, charming. Vines grow proudly on white stone structures and an exotic cacti garden blooms calmly on the top of the mountain. Looking back through my 2014 blogpost and even now, I've never managed to capture the true light and beauty of this picturesque village.










Dolceaqua

Nous Voila! Italia! My host mum exclaimed excitedly as we crossed the autoroute from France into Italy. We spent half a day here, exploring the castle and tight, dark grey cobblestone streets. Much like Eze, Dolceaqua possesses a fairytale quality- perhaps it's the extravagant castle perched over the waterway. However, this particular village seemed more realistic and less like a dream than the others, which I admittedly liked! There were artists soulfully painting watercolours of the photogenic stone bridge and a lot of dogs (this particularly appeals to yours truly).





St Paul De Vence

Another extravagantly romantic village on a mountainside. It's easy enough to draw comparisons between St Paul and Eze but I for one found the two an oxymoron: similar but different. St Paul's streets are certainly more accessible. The streets are less cobblestone, more asphalt and little boutiques, galleries and ice cream shops are poised beautifully along them. There's definitely magic present here, wishing wells bubble mellifluously and I even, while sticking my nose into someone's succulent garden, managed to find a four leaf clover staring up at me. However beautiful this place was, being stuck behind an american tourist group for the most part of my exploration had it's drawbacks!