I found this little questionnaire in Shop til you Drop magazine whilst flying home the other day and thought it would be a great way to get you thinking about YOUR style/wardrobe.

Here are my answers:

What is the current state of your wardrobe? In between seasons. I have summery light clothes sitting next to winter pants and coats. If only Melbourne would decide what season it wants to be in. Wait, who am I kidding, that’s NEVER going to happen.

Which living persons wardrobe do you most admire? I’d honestly say my little sister Alex’s. She has this uncanny way of layering pieces and wearing things that I would never have even considered to do myself. Plus she always looks AH-MA-ZING

Which living persons style do you most despise? Heidi Montag. Enough Said.

What’s your greatest fashion fear? Walking down the street and my pants splitting. or my heel breaking off.

What item in your wardrobe do you most deplore? hm that is a very good question. I have quite a few pieces in there I havent worn in ages yet cant seem to throw them away. If I had to pick one, it would be a cheesecloth dress I bought in Thailand. Its itchy AND the elastic doesnt even hold it up any more.

What is your greatest fashion extravagance? A Lover dress I bought for the 2008 Melbourne Cup and only wore once.

What do you consider the most overated trend? Fur. I hate it.

Which fashion item would you most like to own? A Chanel 2.55

If you could change one thing about your wardrobe, what would it be? to have less black and more colour.

What do you regard as your lowest fashion moment? My “emo” stage.

Whats your favourite fashion brand? Sass and Bide, Burberry

What do you consider your greatest purchase? My winter coat. I bought it with my first ever pay check. Its knee length, black wool and still fits perfectly.

What do you most value in your friends style? Their ownership of their look and their eccentricities.

What are your style icons? Audrey Hepburn and Alexa Chung

What woud you like to die wearing? A flanalette nighty.

What’d your style motto? Don’t do a trend just because its “in.” Not everything thats out there suits everyone.