Sunrise and a hint of turquoise.

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✩ I’M WEARING ✩
Hat Band : Doll Poupée
Hat : Filippo Catarzi
Poncho : Spell Designs
Short : Free People
Sandals : Free People

Oh sunrise I love you! There is nothing else I love more than sunsets and sunrises but I am pretty sure you guys already know it as I almost only share those kind of pictures. But what can I say, I think there is something absolutely magical about this little amount of time each morning and night when the sun is either going up or down. This warm light with its beautiful palette of colors just make me feel happy, free and completely serene. I really wish the light would stay like this all day long. But I guess what makes it so special is to wait for it and enjoy it until the last halo.

We shot those pictures last week in Crowdy Bay National Park on our way down the coast. This stunning national park is located 350km north from Sydney. We arrived there around 6a.m when it was still dark but we could see the light slowly appearing. We parked the car in front of the beach and we saw some kangaroos chilling on the grass right next to our car. What a beautiful show!

I am wearing the Peyote Shrug from Spell’s latest collection which is for me the best piece of the collection by far not to mention the gown! The pattern and combo of colors are right on point not to mention the beautiful fabric made of cotton and linen. This is actually the perfect piece to transition into winter here in Australia. And for those on the other side of the globe experiencing summer right now, this piece can be worn as a dress or a kimono for those beach days. I personally can’t wait to wear it with a skinny jeans, a floppy hat and a pair of over the knee boots for a total 70’s look.

PHOTOGRAPHER: EMILIEN GERY
LOCATION: CROWDY BAY NATIONAL PARK, AUSTRALIA

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