November 10, 2011

love is...


...taking a long weekend. shopping for the perfect vintage dress. cuddles with my favourite little one. breakfasting at kinfolk. eating my body weight in baked goods. wanting to eat more than more body weight in baked goods. colourful street art. ferreting in lost & found heaven. being mistaken for a mother. chats over cider and lemonade. lullabies and crappy chinese takeout. beautiful sunshine. florals that make my heart beat faster. mona & moustaches. reuniting with old friends over perfect lattes. spending far too much on the perfect vintage dress. love is melbourne.


blue skies with a touch of cloud.

cake love at hopetoun & croissants at babka.

this...is cool.

rose street with my ladies.

loveliness everywhere.

take me thrifting! you got it babe.

mona, moustaches & orange kitchenalia.

cider & moustaches at little creatures.

hello beautiful ones.

it's true.

hello lover.

cream with a side of eclair.

oh i will.

colours!

floral and wallpaper love.

love.

chats over fruit loaf and lattes.

decisions, decisions.

luna fun.

third drawer down.

window shopping.

yes.

lunch at vege bar and more delicious design.

cupcakes and caramel slice.

heaven.

more heaven.

and some more.

bike love.

i'll take 3 metres, thanks.

mama and bubba.

my fabric treats.

get in my closet.


20 comments:

trashsparkle said...

looks like a blissful weekend! I think I might want to move to Australia....

Lover of Vintage said...

What lovely photo's, the vintage shops look amazing! Love the framed pictures and those shoes!

Trudy Florence said...

photo of said dress please! Wish I could wander Melbs with you. Miss you so much. Photos are gorgeous tart! xxx

My Vintage Vow said...

Oh how I am missing Melbourne more now, what a splendid time it looks as though you had. What lovely fabrics and dresses you scored.

Louise said...

Gorgeous Laura..I can't wait to get down there next week and find some of these places...xo

Hannah, Lost in wishful thinking said...

Beautiful post Laura! The front of Luna Park was covered up when I was there becuase they must have been fixing it, it is so cool!
Sounds like you had a wonderful time :)

Lea said...

gosh what a visual feast...so much beauty in one post:)

green tea and red nails said...

um... awesome! you should do a guide to melbourne post and let us know all the awesome places you went! i liked in melbourne for 15 years and there are so many undiscovered treasures! DO IT!

p.s - vege bar. freaking awesome.
p.p.s - i must see this perfect vintage dress immediately!!
p.p.p.s - you are rad!

Zara said...

Oh love all those wonderful pictures. all beautiful. x

Bungalowgirl said...

My god you should produce travel brochures. If you are ever going again, can I come? I loved every photo and was that an Acland St cake shop photo in there? All the colour and prettiness and sunshine and love your fabric and yep we all need more detail. Perhaps and vintage lovers tour guide to Melbourne- perhaps you can sell this to Melbourne tourism and get yourself a sponsered visit to go back! melx

Kathryn @ TikiBoo said...

I haven't been to melbourne for YEARS. Not since the small, noisy one was born. Actually, I think it was pre-marriage.
Melbourne cake shops = BLISS.

Vintage Sweetheart said...

Seriously I have been looking at flights today and I blame you! Those photos are freaking amazing.

Nell said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog - it bought me back to yours, which is awesome. I love everything in all these pictures and now I want to go shopping please! xx

zigsma said...

What gorgeous photos. You've captured the Melbourne I know. Isn't Angelucci divine?

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

see. i would have SO enjoyed this too. dazzling post... !
n♥

Jem said...

Tipped forward into this post and got completely lost in it! Love, love, love the way you've captured everything!

Jem xXx

Mid Mod Mom said...

Great images, makes me want to visit.

Lucent Imagery said...

This photo essay of your holiday is AWESOME! So colourful and hunger-inducing. :)

Catherine said...

So many beautiful things to look at on your travels and I can understand why you enjoyed so many baked goods wow they look so good and there's so much to choose from. I don't know how I would have chosen:)xo

tabitha said...

your so lucky you got to go to Kinfolk! it wasn't open while I was in Melbourne.