Unlike going to a picnic, fishing runs on a timetable if you want to be serious about it. Serious means to be able to catch the right fish at the right time. Apparently, fishing in Australia is a serious game. You need a license to be able to throw a line and the fish caught must be of a legal size else it has to be thrown and released back to the water.
And if you're really serious about it you have to know about the incoming and outgoing tides and the weather for the day.
But I'm not here to talk about fishing, my boys accused me that the reason why we missed the right tide was because I spent time getting dressed. Oops sorry boys, spot on. While I can't fish a weed I will make fishing for ladies look good especially when it's cold out there.
I guess my love affair for leather jacket hasn't waned yet and here I was wearing another biker jacket and flat boots both in white leather. I tell you these soft pure leather boots are a gem and sad to say as I can't find something quite like these in this colour anywhere. White ensemble might be hard to sport especially outdoors but they are just divine and neat to look at. But it's not that hard to keep the polish look especially if they are made of leather as easy wipe can clean all messes.
I wore white knitted jumper inside to keep the white theme. And this tri-colour woolen shawl is a versatile add-on, you can use to wrap yourself more or you can use it as a mat for you and your food on the grass á la picnic style. Oh yea, and don't forget the panama hat. It can make you look instantly like you are serious about fishing :)
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White leather jacket from Just Jeans
Black pants from Zara
Black suede ankle boots from Asos