Sunsets in Sydney have always been a sight for sore eyes but there is something a little special about a sunset on the shortest day of the year. The clouds were dotted in the sky like cotton candy with the intense rays of light poking through all their crevices and gaps like it was trying to fight for it's last stand in the sky. I spent this beautiful winter day in the Southern Highlands and took a road trip to my secret little spot, Berrima-- a historical town established in the 1830s.
Wearing: Vintage blouse from Singapore, Leather shorts in black from Portmans (available here), Leopard faux fur coat from Sportsgirl (similar here), Crime boots from ZU Shoes, 6% Doki Doki Oversize Heart jewel necklace (check out more online, here), Prada sunglasses
My friend and I treated ourselves to the infamous vanilla slice from the Gumnut Patisserie followed by a brisk stroll down the street of the quaint town. The temperature dropped at a rapid pace and before I knew it, I was jumping around with my hands in my pockets trying to keep warm. Coming back here opened the flood gates to childhood memories spent with the family, visiting all the cute antique stores followed by lunch at the White Horse Inn. This is a part of my history that I can picture myself doing over and over again.
The longest night was ahead, a night to remember. A cold night that was full of life and love and wonderful memories that made my trip to Sydney even more memorable.