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10 things worth checking out from…Witchery

28th March, 2019

Australia’s home to some great chain store brands and one that’s always got some great pieces is Witchery. If you’re after polished pieces that are also on trend then it’s the kind of brand that you’ll most definitely find something that you’ll want to add to cart. And with everything from shoes to accessories and classic cuts and colours, it’s one label that will allow you to update your wardrobe without completely blowing your budget.

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Pleat Dress

The terracotta shade and pleated details of this dress make it a great layering piece for winter. Add a jacket and some boots and you’re set.

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Horn Peacoat

If you’re after a classic coat option, a peacoat is always a good place to start. It’s a style that’s universally chic and will always be on trend.

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Sofia Soft Crossbody Bag

Buttery soft leather and the sleek and simple design of this bag make it a great piece for working back with numerous outfits.

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Della Boot

Ankle boots are an autumn/winter staple. I particularly like the texture and colour of this particular shoe.

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Pleat Sleeve Roll Neck Knit

Stock up on a selection of knits in neutral colours now so you’re all set for when the cool weather hits. I like the sleeve and roll neck detail of this particular piece.

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Button Front Cord Skirt

Why not explore a few other wintery shades apart from the usuals blacks, greys and blues? This bottle green skirt makes for a great piece for layering, especially when navigating your way through trans-seasonal weather.

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Kirsten Sunglasses

I’m really into the modern shape of these sunglasses. And they’re at an affordable price point too!

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Serena Leather Pant

I’m the first to vouch for adding a pair of leather pants to your autumn/winter wardrobe but why not be a bit different and opt for colour. These pink pants are feminine and fun and will certainly make for a stylish winter warmer.

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Baker Boy Hat

I’m a fan of headwear for winter and this grey cap is ideal for staying cosy and warm when temperatures start to drop.

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Boucle Wrap

A cosy wrap is the ideal accessory to throw on when you’re in need of something that will keep you warm and looking stylish all at the same time.

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10 things worth checking out from … Zara

28th February, 2019

Zara’s without a doubt one of the best sources of on trend, affordable fashion. Their range is always up-to-the-minute and you can often find some great pieces that are inexpensive but look like they could be worth a whole lot more. This month I’m focussing on this chain store fave and rounding up 10 pieces that are worth checking out.

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Crochet top

I like the bohemian inspired vibe of this top. It’s the kind of piece that would be easy to work back with other things in your wardrobe but still has a strong enough look to make an impact.

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Shimmery ribbed shirt

A simple top with a subtle shimmer detail makes this the ideal option for a night out. This could easily be paired with everything from pants to a skirt so you’ll definitely get plenty of use out of it.

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Semi sheer top

A sheer number that would add a sexy pop of colour to any look. If you want to dial it down a bit you could easy pop a cami underneath without losing its edgy feel.

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Beaded crossbody bag

A fun monochrome bag that could easily go from day to night. Also, who can say no to sequins?

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Gold earrings with stones

These look a whole lot more expensive than they actually are. A great piece to add to any look to add a touch of glam.

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Hi matte lipstick

A bright bold lip is always a great beauty shortcut for elevating everyday makeup into something more. This shade is a bit of a showstopper.

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Bejewelled tweed blazer

With its classic feel, this tweed blazer would certainly see you through many seasons to come. You could opt to wear it as a suit like the above or pair it with denim for a cool, high-low mix that looks effortlessly polished.

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Natural tote bag

A simple silhouette and an earthy vibe make this perfect for pairing with a casual weekend ensemble.

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Mesh high heel mules

Zara’s always great for shoes that are bang on trend and this pair is no different. I love the minimalist slash 80s vibe of these mules.

Leopard print shirt dress

Love a graphic print especially in such a gorgeous colour. This is the kind of piece that wouldn’t require much more to dress it up as it’s so bold and strong.