Sunday, 19 January 2014

University of Sydney Style - Week 3

I'm sorry for the absolutely massive delay in posting these - especially to those I've photographed. After this, I have enough photos for one more post, so that should be up in the next couple of weeks. I have everyones names written down alongside what degree they were pursuing, but it's been so long and I'm not sure if I've gotten it right - and I'm also missing the name of the first beautiful lady - so let me know if you know her name (or if that's you :P) - it ended up being backspaced at some point, because her degree is still there (and in future, I know to take better notes. You think labs would have taught me this by now).

Now, the future of USYD style - if you've been reading my blog, you may have heard that I'm taking this year off from studying - so obviously, I won't be at USYD daily. However, I'll most likely end up visiting my friends doing med and honours on campus, and if I do, I'll bring my fancy new DSLR along (it's not that fancy, but it's a big step up from a point and shoot, so that's good enough for me). 

In the meantime however, I'd like to keep USYD Style going - even if I'm not taking the photos myself. So, if you're interested in photographing students around campus, and doing a bit of a write up for each person (it doesn't need to follow any particular format  - you can describe what you liked, or you can interview the person, I don't mind), send me an email at, or contact me on the facebook page. I set up a USYD style specific blogspot a while ago, so it would be posted there, as well as on the facebook page. I'm not advertising for a single or permanent position currently, more on a per-post basis. Just send me an email beforehand, and I'll let you know a few more specifics about what I'm looking for photo-wise. If you're interested in continuing after a few posts, I'll consider a more permanent position. And oh look, I bolded things, so you could get to the point quickly :P

This lovely lady studies Arts, specifically French, English and Gender Studies.  A very feminine look reminiscent of the pin-up era, despite the demure nature. The dash of red lipstick and red flowers perfectly accent an otherwise dark colour palette.

Natasha, studying Media and Communications, has struck just the right balance of structure and ease for a monochrome look.

Sebastian is studying Arts/Science, with a major in film and performance. I ended up seeing him a few weeks after this in theatresports, and he was pretty hilarious. 

Because, as I've said before, with guys it just comes down to outwear and shoes for an easy and laidback, but still stylish look. Although that principle realistically isn't gender specific...see blazers and heels. (That demonstrated my point much more than I expected....)

Georgia is currently studying arts, specifically Psychology. I absolutely adore the vibrancy in this outfit, it's one of those outfits where your eye is drawn to each part gradually to create an eclectic whole. If you get what I mean... I'm kind of wishing I could just 3D print her cardigan right now.

Caroline studies Science/Arts, majoring in Marine Biology and Modern Greek Language. I fell in love with all the texture in this outfit - I love the romantic and innocent feeling created by a soft pink palette, alongside the contrast provided by the bag and the boots, preventing it from being overtly feminine and sweet. I adore Caroline's bag, which she picked up in Morocco - the textured detail was just exquisite in person.

That's it for now - thank you for reading, and for waiting since August for these to appear. I hope 2013 treated you all well, and you're all ready and excited for whatever endeavours you have planned for the nest year. 

Remember to email me at if you're interested in taking some photos for USYD style :)

1 comment:

  1. I love when you do these! Great picks! <3

    - Anna