ShowTellShare One Hundred and Forty-Five

Show/Tell/Share: Hello! Just letting you know all the *AMAZING* photos are now up from our very recent Sydney November event on our new events page. Check them out! It includes individual photos of our *delightful* models. Oooooh, Aaaaah, Fantastic!

Again, my many, many thanks to all involved for making The Social Outfit‘s first event an occasion to remember xo

Models: Oboya, Susan, Hawanatu. Clothes by The Social Studio. Photo by Hayley Hughes.

Models: Madeleine, Holly, Abuzar and Tamika. Clothes by The Social Studio. Photo by Hayley Hughes.

As for me, I can’t believe our showcase was one week ago to the day. I literally haven’t stopped since then, including the last two days down at Wollongong University. With 2-hours of travelling each way, and interesting social media workshops, my brain is feeling both very full and pretty tired! Still, my university work pays the rent, and allows me to keep working hard on developing The Social Outfit: so no complaints here… xo

Tuesday. Earrings from op shop, original Condoman brooch gifted by Viv, Primo Emporio denim vest, Saba cardigan, Anna Bennett dress from op shop, Simon de Winter socks, Fluevog shoes.

Wednesday. Ken Done t-shirt (that pink you see is the kangaroo’s tail!), dress from op shop (adjusted by me), Sportscraft belt, Uniqlo leggings, Fluevog shoes.

ShowTellShare Twenty-Two


Tell: Glasses from Japan, H&M earrings from Japan, Saba cardigan on sale, Anna Bennett dress from Parramatta op shop, Fluevogs, and my HookTurn Industries coffee cup.

Share: This is one of those points when things start to feel a little crazy and challenging (does my hysterical laughing pose give it away, much?!). There’s so much work to be done! I’m working on The Social Studio Sydney expansion part-time and I’m developing the feasibility plan, fundraising pitch, holding supporter meetings, and trying to keep the momentum going. Everyone so far has been incredibly supportive… and it’s now the work of turning that theoretical support into on-the-ground backing. It’s a magic mix, and one I’m still learning.

I was headed out to Parramatta today, but my plans have changed, so I guess my Sydney Circular Quay landscape dress will just have to stay in the Inner West, as I get down to funding documents. Thank *goodness* I’ve already have some coffee in me – whatever it takes to keep doing the work!