Dear Internets,


We love a good market day. There’s something geekishly fantastic about buying a bag full of apples, food out of a truck and home decor that has been made with the skill I imagine I have but do not actually posses (more about that later). Until we find a local famer’s market , this is a full days adventure where we spend too much of our money, no men allowed. Standard smiley sister shot taken, now it’s time to stuff our faces.



Obviously the best way to start the day is with a hearty breakfast from all the food groups that matter: caffeine and sugar from St Germain’s. For those of you who are uncomfortable with this, lets call it dairy and fruit? After that is was all frolics, florals, walking and limited bathroom breaks.



I am wearing:
Shirt – Cotton On
Jacket –  She Inside
Sequin Pants – Sportsgirl
Boots – Windsor Smith


At the end of this particular day at Finders Keepers,  we walked away with a photo that will probably haunt the kidlet for the rest of his life (see above), space themed temporary tatts, a lunar calendar tote bag, a pretty white wire basket and full tummies. A short walk to a near by florist and 3 bunches of flowers later it was time to go back home. Exhausted but all worth the trek.




Sarahteaa is wearing:
Beanie – From Japan
Jacket – Thrifted
Jumper & Dress – Asos
Bag – Colette


Dear Internets,


You know those people who have stuff you want…stuff you haven’t seen before? Yeah, I normally hate those people despite it being my increasing belief that I’m becoming one of them. Always a fan of overseas shopping sprees, markets & all things handmade, my home and wardrobe have become a collection of hard to procure or one off items. When you come over and you see that fairy light entangled teepee in my house and wonder where I bought it, my response will be “the markets”.  An event in of itself, the home style foods, cute brands to be discover , the awesome stuff I buy under the justification that I may not get another opportunity & hanging out with friends all contribute to the appeal.

LT Event Poster

For you Sydney siders, make sure you put away some of your Sunday to visit the Little Treasures pop up market. Tucked away in the heart of the city, it’s the best kind of secret. Just walking distance from Central station and filled to the brim with items from local creatives, emerging designers and bloggers, you are sure to find something to take home. The debut of this monthly market boasts stalls by Marikit by Kitty Choy, Dear Pluto vintage, Pigeon & Weasel Soy candles, Laurel & Hector vintage and many more. I can’t think of anything better to beat away the rain day blues. Hope to see you there.