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I wasn’t always going to call this blog by my name, but at the last minute I decided to step up and be accountable for my message. Prior to this I was going to call it labyrinthine – isn’t that the most beautiful word. It means a maze of complicated twists and turns. I think that sums up my style progression (and my life) perfectly – I’ve wandered around on a search for my niche and hit the odd fashionable dead end.

But there are a few pieces in my wardrobe that live with me forever. My always pieces. I find myself replacing them over and over with different variations.

These include the grey cardigan, the Calvin Klein jean, the suede ankle boot, the white tee and the shoulder bag. These are articles that no girl should be without.

Whenever you are feeling a little lost in the personal style labyrinth, revisit your classics and you’ll find your way.

Cardigan – Witchery   Tee – H&M   Jeans – Calvin Klein (High Street, Auckland)   Boots – Hudson (available at Workshop)   Bag – Karen Walker (available at Rouche, Merivale Mall)


Much love XX

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Hi, I’m Katie. I am a kiwi neuroscientist with a love for consuming and creating content. This site is where I share my personal thoughts and the thoughts of incredible minds from around the world. PhD in Neuroscience, University of Otago.

8 thoughts on “LABYRINTHINE

  1. I’m in love with the cardigan! Looks perfect for any season! Pair it with a leather jacket, and it’s gonna be a perfect match for the end of the fall. Even for winter , with a faux-fur jacket…for cold summer nights with ripped shorts…haha My head is full of combo ideas now! Just love it !


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