Sparkle, Stella & Shine – Oh my!

Friday, June 26th, 2015

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Stella McCartney Dress, Jo Mercer Lockhart Heels (similar style here), Oroton Clutch (similar style here), Cue Blazer (similar style here), Pandora Shimmering Rose Necklace, Pandora Shimmering Rose Earrings, Pandora Sparkling Droplets Ring.

As a young lady, I grew up loving music, dance and the arts, so much in fact, that I was positive I would one day be a Hollywood actor. While that ship has sailed, I cannot deny just how much I love attending the theatre. I mean, I saw Wicked 6 times and could probably perform the dialogue and songs in a one woman show…Obsessed? Just a tad 😉

So you can imagine my excitement having been invited to the opening night of Dirty Dancing The Musical, alongside my partner in crime, Erin Smith.  

When it comes to theatre attire, I always advocate to dress up and be fancy, after all – how many opportunities do we get to do just that? No need to pull out the gloves and fur, just a fabulous cocktail dress and a pair of stilettos will suffice. I would also recommend taking a blazer because there’s nothing worse then chilly air-con distracting you from a plot twist in Act Two.

For this special occasion, I’m pulling out the sequins, teaming this Stella McCartney number with some shiny Pandora jewellery. Between the intricate rose detailing and the lengthy, delicate chain, there’s something very classic about this necklace and I love how it falls freely against my structured Cue blazer.

Feeling super sparkly, I might just outdo Baby on the dance floor!

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Photography by Erin Smith Photography 


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The Blonde Silhouette presents an inner fashion monologue by Ashleigh McCallum. A lover of whimsical colour, designer pieces and classic femininity.

Location: Brisbane, Australia

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