The Fleurieu Peninsula - A Winter Getaway

It was our 6 year anniversary this June, so we decided to get out of the city for the weekend and head to the Fleurieu Peninsula. We spent most of the time relaxing, eating delicious meals, walking the beaches and visiting different towns in the area. Tom took some amazing photos so I thought I would share them with you. If you're looking for the outfit, scroll to the bottom of this post!

We celebrated our anniversary with lunch at one of the yummiest restaurants in Port Willunga, Star of Greece. Their food is absolutely amazing and not to mention they have one of the best views of the ocean. Afterwards we sat out on their deck with a cup of tea and took in the landscape. We went for a walk along the beach (I wore heels which made it more interesting) but used it as an opportunity to take some outfit shots.  

We were going to check out a few different wineries but we spent too much time eating and had to make an executive decision to head straight to one of our favourites, Primo Estate. We did a tasting and bought a few of their beautiful wines, as well as their famous olive oil. It's absolutely delicious and if you go there you have to try it!

We finished our day in Normanville, taking in the sunset at the beach.

Port Willunga

Star of Greece
Star of Greece
Primo Estate
Primo Estate
Primo Estate
Primo Estate

Onto the outfit! The coat is from Witchery last season and I've been wearing it daily now the weather has turned cold. It's super thick and keeps me warm no matter what temperature it is outside or how much the wind is blowing. An added bonus is that it comes with a hood, which helps protect my frizzy hair form the rain. The shirt dress has turned into an absolutely favourite of mine - I love the colour and print and have been looking for every opportunity to wear it. It goes from desk to drinks easily and now, weekend getaways! The Portmans chelsea boots have texture on one half which make them a little more interesting, and the heel height means they are comfortable to wear all day. The backpack is a new addition that I picked up in the mid year sales at Seed Heritage and I haven't put it down since. The best bit about this bag is it can actually turn into a tote if you take the shoulder straps off and loosen the opening. 

Coat: Witchery
Dress: Witchery
Shoes: Portmans
Necklace: Sportsgirl
Backpack: Seed Heritage

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