Natasha Oakley is the poster girl for all things summer. The A Bikini A Day blogger has a knack for combining her beach babe appeal with a mix of high fashion, forever making us crave her effortlessly stylish and adventurous aesthetic.
Sunglass Hut is also savvy to Natasha’s holiday appeal, enlisting her for the Australian 94 Shades of Summer campaign shoot. Luckily for those who love Natasha’s style (like us), she’s also curated a capsule collection for Sunglass Hut‘s online store, so that we can use her brainpower to achieve her look.
Our favourite outfit from Natasha’s campaign video with the eyewear retailer is this boho-luxe getup fit for shopping in Sydney’s hot spots, right through to venturing around the Greek Islands. The feminine lace wrap dress and brown suede bag have a certain free-spirited, globetrotter charm, while the gold jewellery and round Miu Miu shades (in Sunglass Hut stores from December) keep Natasha looking chic and on-trend.
Having recently returned from France and the Bahamas back to her hometown of Sydney, it’s not hard to see how this girl nails the summer vibes from all across the world. “Working with Sunglass Hut has allowed me to combine my love of summer style, travel and photography,” Natasha explains. “I’ve been fortunate enough to travel to countless exotic locations but nothing beats coming home to Australia just in time for summer.”
If you have a summer vacay coming up, or simply want to rock Natasha’s boho-luxe meets vintage-chic appeal from beach to bar this holiday season, check out our favourite online picks below to achieve her covetable look.
1. Raga Long Sleeve Boho Dress, $136.23; 2. Miu Miu at Sunglass Hut Round Sunglasses; 3. George J. Love Shoulder Bag, $96.32; 4. Finery Rudy Sandal, $149.95; 5. Nicole Fendel Arrow Protection Bracelet, $79; 6. Maniamania Eternium Necklace, $240; 7. Colette by Colette Hayman Pointy Midi Ring Pack, $4.95; 8. Mezi Band Bracelet with Diamantes, $80; 9. Low Luv Rectangle Afghani Stack Ring, $10
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