A Street Style With Anna Feller

2 years ago by

Photos Asia Typek

“My jumpsuit is Zimmerman, my slippers are Mara & Mine’s Scorpion Silk Slippers, and I found this vintage bag in an Op Shop on a road trip somewhere in Australia. Most of my jewels are made by my friend Lucy Folk. I always add in some vintage, and a mixture of bits and pieces picked up along my travels.

Living so close to the ocean I spend most of my time barefoot, when I have to wear shoes I most often opt for a slipper or slide. Being barefoot somehow manages to keep me a little more connected to the earth and knowing I can slide off my shoe and jump straight into the sand and sea somehow keeps me calm.

I have been wearing a lot of white for the past two years, this garment has absolutely outstanding appliqué and the construction of its shoulders is everything you want in a jumpsuit. It is Australian summer style to perfection.

Living in Sydney I feel like you can really get away with dressing for comfort. There is never a lot of layers involved (even in Winter we pretend it isn’t cold and dress for Summer), I gravitate towards soft fabrics, anything you can take on and off really easily to change into swimmers, or throw on to run into an important meeting with salty hair. I usually have sand in my toes.”

-Anna Feller as told to Atelier Doré

Anna is a super cool Canadian who has a great blog, Wilder, that features all things holistique and family. And her Instagram is also brimming with style.

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