It’s All About Rosie

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Hey dollface, I’m Rosie, a 30-something wannabe fashionista born and bred in Melbourne. I’ve lived abroad in Japan, the U.S. and the U.K., but ultimately the need for good coffee brought me back home. I am constantly searching for delicious food and wine to eat and drink, the ultimate dress that makes me look fierce and to perfect my eyeliner game!

I love the fun of fashion, make-up and accessories, and my passion is to find fabulous items on the cheap. I prefer to dress up rather than down and when ever I can with a red lip and a nude shoe.

A few other things about me; red over white wine (unless there’s bubbles, always bubbles), cats over dogs, summer over winter, eggs over easy – see what I did there?

If I’m not chowing down on the latest food craze (which is rare), I love to shop, read, keep fit, rock out to amazing music, watch movies, travel the world, admire Pop Art (as well as all other genres) and I’m quite partial to a crossword.  I also love organising the next outing and you’ll find me scouring social media to find out where the newest restaurant/bar/museum/opening of an envelope to go to is. If you want to collaborate, or just want to say hi, drop me an email at rosirockets@hotmail.com.

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58 replies »

  1. Hi Rosie, thank you for the follow! Great to e-meet you – it’s always lovely to find fellow Australian bloggers! 🙂 Love your blog! xx

  2. Just read your recent post via Lovely Lady Bloggers and I’m so thrilled to connect with you! Looking forward to getting to know you more and reading about your adventures/travels! All the best, xo

  3. I met you over the weekend at the Bloggers United Au launch. Can I just say that I am adoring your blog! I look forward to catching up on all your posts and seeing what you have in store for the future 🙂
    Jessi x

  4. Great About page Rosie! I want to come to Melbourne to see 1) the Australian Open tennis tournament and 2) your fantastic horse Phar Lap from the 1930’s in the Melbourne Museum!

    • Thank you!! Aaaah yes, I remember seeing Phar Lap in primary school during a class trip to the museum – he’s very impressive. And you must come for the Oz Open, it’s a great time of year for fun and frivolity in Melbourne 🙂 xo

  5. So sad about Phar Lap’s sudden and unexpected death in 1932. In his one race in North America though, he kicked ass!! I’ll have to google the Oz Open. 🙂

  6. hi rosie , ihonestly loveeee your blog ! i have recently started my own blog and would love if you could give me some tips

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