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Monday, November 25, 2019

Picnic Pretty With Irregular Choice

If you've not noticed yet I'm absolutely obsessed with Irregular Choice and creating amazing flat lays with their stunningly creative footwear and all of my favourite spring picnic pieces. Inspired by the shoes themselves my husband/photographer and I create a little picnic around each style and this week we got to feature some extra yummy treats.

Little Misty Unicorn Heels

Are you looking for a little heel with a lotta magic? Then the Misty Heels are the perfect mini heels with all the necessary sparkles. Featuring a glittery upper with pearl embellishments, castle and unicorn applique and the adorable embroidered king of the castle heel statement.

These super comfy sparkling heels  have so many details you'll be mesmerized and constantly showing people your amazing footwear. The sweet combination of pastel blue, pink and purple make these a great summer/spring style shoe and they look amazing when paired with floral dresses or solid swing skirts. I've styled these with a few magical pieces that I had a home - a few fairy sized mushrooms, hats, floral crowns and moss covered rocks and bunnies.

Size wise I've gone with the size 42 and the fit is perfect. Great for all day wear without and fuss!

Little Kisses Macaron Heels
This dreamy patisserie inspired heel is covered in cakes, cream, sugar and spice and everything nice! Featuring a 4 inch pump siting on a stack of sweets, glitter bow and trim plus (It looks like icing!) and scalloped trim piping. Fresh patisserie chic in shoe form and that perfect you may think these are sweet enough to eat.

The upper is a super soft pale green/blue base covered in macaroons - so adorable! The soft shade is perfect for pretty much every pinup print in my wardrobe and I'll be wearing these all summer long. Again I'm wearing these in a 42, and I've found that depending on the style itself I go between a 41-42 in all Irregular Choice shoes.

With such a sweet design, my styling options were so easy! Using bold coloured macaroons from home, some other sweet treats both props and edible we created an adorable set up.

For this set I wanted to focus on the my latest addiction Bone Dry Rose and Sofi Spritz! Rose is my ultimate summer beverage and I'm always on the look out for new drops.

Bone Dry Rose popped up in my inbox a few months ago and I was instantly drawn to the label. When I'm shopping for a new Rose' to try I've learnt to trust colour, and avoid anything ruby or pink.

Bone Dry Rose' as aptly named is crisp, super refreshing and dry as a bone! Only recently have I discovered just how much a love, a dry wine and even a dry cider so this is by far my ultimate Rose for this coming Aussie heat. Dry with a subtle hint of lemon to create a super refreshing summer friendly wine that pairs perfectly with a picnic.

I'm that smitten with this Rose that I'll be ordering a box to keep me going over the summer and I've already introduced it to my mother who originally introduced me to the blush side of wine.

What I love most about the Bone Dry is the option to have either the large 750ml bottles to share or the adorable 250ml solo size bottles. They suit so many occasions, and I can't wait to pack all of these goodies and into a full-size picnic basket and hit the outdoor cinema's this summer.

I've also fallen hard for the Sofi Spritz Italian flavours range which are made by the same company. I  tried the French Flavours in the past and even used them in a shoot this year, but I'd not had the love for them as much as these absolutely divine Italian summer flavours.

Featuring Lemon and Elderflower, Blood Orange and Bitters and White Peach and Ginger. Each 250ml can is 8.00% and these tasty little treats can be snapped up at your local bottle shop. I found all of the flavours in both bottles and cans at my local Dan Murphy's. You can also check out their website for all stockist details. 

Each unique and utterly delicious can is perfect when served icy cold or even over ice. This is the most refreshing and tasty spritz on the market and I'll be keeping these in the fridge all summer long.

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