Posted on December 18, 2019

Our Top 6 Travel Wardrobe Essentials

It’s no secret that we LOVE to travel. Whether it be a short trip away or a couple of weeks in your dream holiday destination, we’ve got you covered with our Holiday Wardrobe Essentials Guide.

1. Alex Denim Jacket
Wear on transeasonal mornings over a dress or style up your lounge pants on the weekend wearing it over an Apero tee. It’s a soft, stretchy lightweight wardrobe staple.

2. Fifi Tank by 3rd Story
The Fifi is the ideal tank that pairs back with everything. It features a slightly A-line shape with a longer, scooped hemline, side splits and a soft rounded neckline. A simple design with a relaxed feel, this tank is the perfect layering piece or on its own with jeans, shorts or a skirt.

3. Limonchello Skirt by Elm
This best selling skirt just looks good on every age group and every body shape. The Elm Limonchello skirt gives you that effortless look we all love - so easy to throw on for casual occasions, and great for travelling.

4. Ralph Denim Joggers
These super stretchy, distressed-look joggers are both cool and comfortable. We are in love with the seam placement and the contrast stripe elasticised waist…and with the ankle length leg and pockets we know you will be living in the Ralph Joggers all-year-round. Pair these jeans with a fifi tank and your favourite est 1971 windy and you have the perfect aeroplane outfit.

5. Cali Denim Shorts
Cut with a flattering mid-rise waist, the Cali denim short features ripped detailing and mid-thigh length fit. Pair with a tee and sneakers or sandals for an easy and relaxed weekend or holiday outfit.

6. Superga Sneakers
Sooperga or Super-GA 😄 - whatever way you say it, you need a pair of these classic tennis shoes, essential for travel. They are supremely comfortable with a spongy and soft inner and an extra strong, breathable upper canvas sole.

Posted on March 22, 2019


Meet Belinda Turner…

After recently winning a White & Co giveaway, Bel came into our showroom to pick up her White & Co goodies. After meeting her, we thought she was so lovely and inspiring that we just had to get to know her more!

Tell us a bit about yourself.

I turned 50 last year and live in Melbourne with my husband and two children (15 and 8). I started my Insta account (@bels_style_file) 3 years ago as a way of keeping track of outfits after going into a bit of a style rut after having kids. It’s a fun and creative outlet for me.

What is something about you that would surprise people?

I went on a double date with Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan when I was in school.

Which movie could you watch over and over?

I do have a silly sense of humour, so I love the Austin Powers movies, and I have seen 'Bohemian Rhapsody' a few times already, so I think that will definitely be a favourite.

What is your favourite travel destination?

I just love the Greek islands for the weather, food and sunsets.

Your favourite White & Co pieces -

I’m loving the gorgeous Alessandra Total Eclipse of the Heart Sweater in Spearmint, the Elm Picnic Pants in Burgundy and the Elm Broken Heart Crew. They mix and match so well, the colours are just beautiful and they’re so comfortable!

Posted on October 06, 2018


Apples, pears, bananas. When it comes to finding your body type, it’s easy to get confused. The internet is a mind field of conflicting advice but, lucky for you, we’ve put together a fail-proof guide to dressing for your body shape.

If your shoulders are wider than your hips, and you struggle to find your waist than it’s likely you have an Apple body shape, don’t let the fruit connotation get you down though! Apples tend to be well proportioned and are one of the most common figures to have.

Clockwise from top left: 3rd Story Thornton Tee, Yaya Canvas Slides, 3rd Story Camilla DressElm Weekender PantsHut Safari Dress

The apple body shape was made for relaxed button ups and different fabrics. A floaty black dress will do wonders for your figure, while showing off your enviable legs. But if dresses aren’t for you then a classic striped t-shirt is your new best friend. Pair it with some slightly cropped pants and chic slides, and you’ll be the star of school pick-up!

Hourglass is the classic curvy shape many spend hours in the gym trying to achieve. Typically, hourglass figures have a fuller bust and hips with a small waist.

Clockwise from top left: Yaya Espadrille Wedge HeelsPeplum Zip Thru Jacket, Elm Sunrise Shorts, 3rd Story Hamilton Tank, The Naples Skirt.

The key when styling your silhouette is to highlight your curves, rather than trying to hide them. For summer, shorts and skirts that clinch in at the waist were made with you in mind. To dress it up, simply pair with a flattering peplum jacket and some wedge heels and you’re good to go!

Like to the fruit, the pear body shape is narrow at the top before widening at the hips, with a larger waist than bust. If this sounds like you, then we’ve your summer look sorted!

Clockwise from top left: Sol Sana Teresa Slides, Miles From Frill Sleeve Tee, Indra Dress, The Essential Denim Jacket, Elm Nolita Skirt.

Similar to the hourglass, pieces that draw in at the waist look great on you! Pair a floaty skirt that glides over the hips with a detailed top to further balance your figure. Throw on a denim jacket for those cooler evenings and you’re ready for every occasion.

You may be this quintessential sporty physique if your shoulders and hips are roughly the same size with little waist definition. When it comes to styling you’ve got the best of both worlds, able to shift focus to either your top or bottom half depending on the day!

Clockwise from top left: 3rd Story Lockhart Dress, Yaya Leather Sneakers, Hammill & Co Oversized Boyfriend Tee, Elm Storm Grey Jeans, Hammill & Co Palm Beach Sweat.

An oversized top or jumper tucked into a great pair of skinny jeans will give an illusion of the waist you’ve always dreamed of. Alternatively, you can play up the figure you have with a sleek shift dress.

While it’s good to know what works and doesn’t work for your body, it’s also important to note that the key to pulling off any look is confidence!

Posted on September 01, 2018

The perfect kid friendly holiday destinations

It feels like the kids only just went back to school, but with the September holidays fast approaching, it’s time to plan the next trip to keep them occupied for two weeks. While we may be dreaming of lying on a beach (alone) with a good book and a personal butler to bring Aperol Spritzs on command, the reality is more children calling ‘Muuummm, what are we doing today?’
That’s where our Holiday Guide comes in. Because you’re too busy between work, kids and everything else that pops up on a daily basis to have time to research where to take them, we’ve done it for you. And when you’ve finished choosing your next getaway location, we’ve created a curated style edit to take the guess work out of what to pack….

Some of the best beaches are on our doorstep and there is no strip of sand quite like Cable Beach in Broome, Western Australia. Riding with the kids on camels at sunset is something they’ll remember for years. Even playing on the sand before watching the sun slip into the ocean at sunset is enough to entertain children in this incredible location. Broome sunsets are truly magical and it’s also the only place in the world where you can take a hovercraft out to the ocean’s floor and watch the sun go down.
With scenic flights, whale watching and fishing trips on offer, it’s the perfect family holiday destination.

What to pack...

Clockwise from top left: Superga Classic Canvas Tennis Shoe, Prene Pixie Cross Body Bag, Elm Sunrise Shorts,  Elm V-Neck Tailed TeeHamilton Tank.


You’ve got to love a holiday location that’s just under three-hours flying time from Brisbane… because we all know the less time to spent flying with kids the better! This little slice of heaven offers everything from resort-style accommodation, to huts in remote villages. Visit the Blue Lagoon, get emerged in local cultural or simply spend days swimming in the clear blue sea, either way there is something for everyone in this heaven on earth.

What to pack...

Clockwise from top left: Nautical Scarf, Superga Pool Slides, Zaket & Plover Provence Dress, Foxwood Essential Summer Tank Dress, Miles From Racerback Tank, Elm Soho Skirt.


Japan is an all-year-round destination, boasting a beautiful, yet varied landscape. It’s safe and clean, rich in culture and history with polite, helpful locals - manners that may just rub off on the kids!
The efficient public transport (including the amazing bullet trains) will take you to any part of Japan you’d like to visit and children under five travel free.
Kyoto is the finest example of old Japan, with over 2,000 shrines and temples. Where as Tokyo is full of skyscrapers and impressive, innovative technologies. With so many family-friendly activities and attractions on offer - from parks, museums, castles, temples, watching sumo wrestling and exploring Mt. Fuji. This is a guaranteed fun family holiday.

What to pack...
Clockwise from top left: Louenhide Portsea Tote, Sol Sana Teresa Slide, Foxwood East Village Dress, Elm Weekender Pants, The Essential Denim Jacket.
See more in our Travel Edits here

Posted on August 12, 2017


Meet Fleur Wood! She’s our In-House Stylist at White & Co. and comes to us with a wealth of experience dressing the women (and men) of Melbourne. Fleur is on hand at our East Malvern Showroom to offer practical advice on how to look your best.

Read on to find out more about this wardrobe wizard…

Who are you and what do you do?

I am a Melbourne based personal stylist aiming to help Women and Men feel their best every day by understanding the way clothing can make you feel.
I’ve had 15 years experience in the fashion industry and love being around people, so with my knowledge of body shapes, styling and fabrication I decided to start How To Wear It and haven't looked back. I also run Style Workshops at companies. The aim is to educate their staff on how to dress for work keeping in mind dress codes are a thing of the past but you still need to look polished and professional. 

Are you happy with your work/life balance?

I love it! It has taken a while to get to this point but the hard work has certainly paid off. Although it's busy juggling a new business and a 6 month old baby, with the support of my husband, friends and family I manage to make it work. I feel so lucky that I have been able to turn my passion into my job. And most importantly it allows me to be able to spend precious time with our baby, Lily. Time flies so I figure it's important to do what you love and spend time with people you love.

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise people.

That I actually can sit still.... Yoga and meditation helps. I don't spend much time on the couch (life is far too short for it and who has the time!) but I do like a bit of downtime in between running around.

What makes you get up and want to dance?

Anything by The Rolling Stones and being around my favourite people... oh and a few glasses of champagne helps! ;-)

What are your favourite White & Co pieces?

That's a hard one!!! But I do love their basic tees. You can never have enough. Currently I am obsessed with The Middles Tee - it's pretty much the perfect white tee. Also the Willow Lace Top with the Harper Jeans is one of my favourite looks and the new Isabelle Jacket - that is just amazing!

To book a FREE personalised consultation with Fleur for you or a group of friends please email:

Posted on July 28, 2017


This month we sat down with Di and Claire, the dynamic duo behind Twofold Projects . An Interior Styling business committed to enriching people’s lives with textures, objects, furniture and art!

Who are you and what do you do?

Twofold Projects is a partnership between friends Dianne Sweeney and Claire Cau-Cecile.
Essentially we share an aesthetic for enriching people's spaces with textures, objects, furniture and art.
We refer to ourselves as stylists and we work on a variety of projects both big and small. Some months we may be updating a small single room apartment, other times it's a quick make over for the sale of a property. We also work with architects and builders on complete new projects and renovations which can involve everything from interior fit outs, joinery specifications, liaising with landscape designers and often even furnishing the new home for the owners.
We love to incorporate vintage pieces into our jobs, whether it be a light fitting or an item of furniture, this special piece often sets the tone for the project.

Are you happy with your work/life balance?

Our work and life really do merge into one. As we do love the industry we work in, we would ideally like a little more time to concentrate on the work side, but as we also value our important roles as mothers (Claire has 2 young children, and Dianne has 4). We are fortunate that we can dictate our own hours and be available for our busy children. Claire also consults to a start up company called A Perfect Space, so there is lots of juggling that goes on and we support each other 100% like all good partnerships.

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise people.

Dianne doesn’t like talking about herself so I am going to say it would be that she is a great long distance runner and ran the New York Marathon in 2015 in an amazing time, and I pretty sure she didn’t even build up a sweat! She also used to kick some serious butt in the world of design and advertising before deciding to have 4 children in 6 years!
Claire was the original creator and co-fouder of the very successful Life InStyle Trade Fair (which is on in Melbourne this week), and established the first curated gift and homewares event in Australia, all whilst she was a young mum. She also has a beautiful voice and will break into song at any given opportunity!

What makes you want to get up and dance?

Claire always wants to get up and dance, most of our friends and family get a daily broadway show if they pop in! She is an amazing entertainer and always has a house full of guests, so I would say, being surrounded by her people, a glass of wine with friends, or a night at the theatre.
Dianne was more of a get up and do Step Reebok kind of gal back in the day, but now she’s more likely to be found with camera in hand taking pictures of everyone else dancing.

What are your favourite White & Co pieces?

Well the entire White & Co range is all very ‘us'. We love black and denim, but will mix it up with muted earthy tones like khaki, grey, tan and navy. White & Co has us completely covered with all the fabulous layered pieces that we wear day to day.
The Jac + Mooki range, Sundry for the weekend, and we both wear the gorgeous luxe linen tees under everything.
Claire loves the Sticks and Sparrow sunnies, while Di can’t get enough of the crazy comfortable Harper Skinny Capri Pants.

And we do love the Scarves, Claire would rock the blue and grey leopard print one, and Dianne the blue with grey stripe.
We often have to check what the other is wearing before we meet up as we tend to dress quite similarly!

We also have the Flax Mugs in our studio for our afternoon cuppa. They often get hauled off to last minute shoots as a prop!

Some of Two Fold Project's work...

You can follow Twofold Projects work on Instagram and shop their favourites here


Posted on June 23, 2017


I’m super excited to be escaping the cold Melbourne Winter and going on holiday with my family. Below are some of the pieces I’ll be packing for my travels…

The Brighton Tee
I love this v-neck. Simple, flattering and adds freshness to any outfit.
The Saturday Sweat
One of those great pieces that can be thrown over everything and is just so comfortable!
Weekender Pants
One of my favourite travel pants. I love the slight drop crotch and how easy they are to dress up or down.
These sneakers in White Leather are an absolute fave! Perfect for everyday, whether it be strolling a market, a barbecue lunch or relaxed dinner.
Linen Towel
Perfect for the beach or by the pool. A lightweight linen towel with a gorgeous soft feel.
Linen Slouchy Bag
My 'go to' bag for travel, work, the gym or just running errands.
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