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Curio by Ginger & Smart

Sydney-based label, Ginger & Smart, is run by two talented sisters, Alexandra and Genevieve Smart. I really love their new A/W '12 collection, Curio, as it offers such vibrancy, colour and fun, two critical elements needed to lift your spirits during cold Autumn/Winter days and nights.

Here are some of my favourite looks from the collection.











Ginger & Smart's new range is now available for purchase online. Just click HERE and you can shop to your heart's content! They do offer international postage at a flat rate. Details are on the website. 

I am excited to tell you that Ginger & Smart is available in over 60 boutiques in Australia. It is also available at select boutiques across the world. If you live in Russia, USA, the UK, japan , Hong Kong, or Denmark, you can experience their range first-hand.

Happy shopping! Wishing you all a fabulous weekend. What exciting things have you got planned?

Yours in style,

Suzi x



Images courtesy of gingerandsmart.com

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  1. looks great!


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  2. Love those clothes! Thanks for finding them!

    XO,
    Caitlin
    www.douxrousse.com

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    1. No problems! Always happy to source fabulous designers for my readers.
      Suzi x

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  3. Oooooh such a great collection, I absolutely adore the coral shirt, such an amazing colour!! X

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    1. I know Lola. I was so excited when I saw Ginger & Smart's new collection. I love the fact they're not afraid to use lots of colour!!!
      Suzi x

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  4. Such fun pieces - really like the first two skirts :)

    AwayFromTheBlue.blogspot.com.au

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    1. I think so too, Mica! I spotted someone at the LMFF runway today, who was wearing the silk blouse (see look four). Loved it!
      Suzi x

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