OOTD: Liz Lisa Lilac SpringHi everyone!
A few days ago it was a public holiday in Western Australia, so I decided to spend the day with 2 friends of mine! It was organized very last minute, but it turned out to be a really great day! Henry invited us over for lunch which me made himself! And then we went to hang out at one of my favourite places in Perth, Hillary's Boat Harbour.
Spending time with great friends is really important!
I asked Henry to take some photos of me for this OOTD post!
Don't know if you can tell, but it was SUPER windy that day!!
The purple dress is from the Liz Lisa Spring 2014 collection. When it first came out I didn't like it that much, but when I tried it on I loved it! At Liz Lisa they recommended you wear a white blouse underneath the dress which I didn't like, but I love the dress with a simple belt! The belt is also from Liz Lisa which came with a pair of shorts from the Spring 2014 collection as well.
Dress: Liz Lisa Spring 2014 Collection
Belt: Liz Lisa Spring 2014 Collection
Shoes: Feminine Cafe
And here are some photos from the day that I took!
Janelle and I went to Henry's place first where he made us lunch! Ever since he became a chef I have been dying to try out his cooking!!
Braised chicken Marylamb with chicken flavoured rice and blanched broccolini!
We talked for a couple of hours to catch up, and then we decided to go out somewhere to take some photos! We all agreed on Hillary's Boat Harbour. I really like this place and it's been a while since I've been here! The scenary is lovely here and there is also a lot of good food around!
It was quite busy because it was a public holiday, but it was also super super windy!!
I have to say that while I was in Japan, I did miss the clear Australian sky and the fresh air!!
On the jetty with Janelle~
Since we had a late lunch, we weren't too hungry but we really wanted dessert (again!) haha. We decided to go to San Churros since I was craving the Strawberry Bizcocho! Seriously, best thing ever!!
And that's all for now~! If you guys like these kind of blog posts where I share what I do in Australia, do let me know so I'll do more in the future!