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Hey lovelies! I attended the final designer runway show for the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week last Friday and it was so much fun! Spring is my favourite season and boy oh boy, are we in for a treat this season! The whole week, we were presented with Australia’s finest, inspirational designers with their amazing design talent; showcasing romance, beauty, culture and rhythm of fashion. Woweee, a round of applause for their work of art!

Fashion week is a week to be adventurous and be a little experimental with your outfit choices. However because it was my first time going to a proper designer runway, I didn’t want to go too over the top. I decided to dress comfortably and stay true to my own style.

When in doubt, monochrome is the way roll

For my outfit choice for the evening, I went with a simple bodycon dress with the contrasting white line detailing. I love how versatile this dress is, that I can dress it up or down. In this case, I dressed it up. Even though this outfit is very simple; with the wedged nude heels, satchel and accessories and the way I styled my hair, it just completes my look to be looking appropriate for the event.

Adding some bling to jazz up the outfit. How amazing is this gem by one of my favourite jewelry designers, SW?!

Outfit Details

Blazer – H&M
Dress – Sabo Skirt
Shoes – Famous Footwear
Bag – Colette
Earrings – Lovisa
Ring – Samantha Wills

Stay tuned for my next post which I will be recapping the designer runway four show, sharing some of my favourite picks and what we will be expecting to see for the latest Spring/Summer collections!

What’s a trend you will be sporting this season?

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Fashion and beauty blogger from Melbourne. Currently a fashion student. Aspiring fashion illustrator. Avid tea drinker and quotes junkie.
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