One peculiar thing Melbourne is known for is its spray-printed streets. The Graffiti Management Plan of Melbourne established permits for artists and endorsed their work in designated areas of the city. Right on the same day we toured the major CBD attractions, we detoured to the famous Hosier Lane.
That little lane in the middle of these 2 buildings on the above photos is Hosier. Nothing spectacular to be expected from the outside but as soon as you step in, it's a completely different world.
A café is even found in the middle of the lane, unexpected but quite charming to be there.
As for my outfit, I wore this mini bubble skirt and paired with red turtle neck top. I couldn't get away from wrapping myself as it was really chilly in Melbourne. I'm not sure if the bubble skirt is back but it was spotted in Louis Vuitton S/S 2016 runway. I just couldn't resist picking up this skirt as it was easy to pack-up too in the luggage. And black looks good with red, I chose to sport in bold block colours to not get lost in the sea of colourful art that is found in Hosier Lane.