During our last day in Melbourne the boy decided he wanted to see the National Sports Museum, which is a snooze-fest for me, but ended up being quite interesting. I especially loved the interactive part of the museum where you can try out archery, netball, bicycle riding, just to name a few. I epically failed at getting good scores at any of them, but it was fun nonetheless.
Since it was such a beautiful day, we decided to wander around Federation Square to have something to eat. One eatery had these beautiful coloured furniture. If it isn't obvious by now, I love colour. It always evokes happiness.
Since I was dragged to a Sports Museum, I decided I would do some dragging of my own. My love for all things Balenciaga (and all things pretty (expensive) really - champagne taste on a tap water budget!) always brings me to Miss Louise. I have never bought anything from them as designer goods pricing in Australia is beyond exorbitant, but I always love to visit. Just look at all the colourful Bals behind me, I was this close to diving into that glass window and swim in a sea of colour and smooshy leather.
Top: Givenchy / Shorts: Unknown / Denim Vest: Jay Jays / Sandals: Human Premium / Bag: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Oakley / Necklaces (3 layers): Lovisa / Bracelet: Balenciaga